Prince exo3 graphite 93 vs Wilson six.one blx2 95 - any similarity?

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  1. shamaho

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    Hi all,

    I'm currently playing with exo3 graphite 100 (coming from wilson six.one tour 90) and like evrything about it except the head balance which is messing with my swing. So i am looking for a more head light alternative.

    Anybody spare some thoughts on similarities and differences between the two alternatives I point out in the subject?

    My concern is that the exo3 93 to be as unforgiving as the tour 90 instead of more like the 95.

    Hope to hear your ideas, thanks
     
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  2. MikeHitsHard93

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    Easy fix: add lead under the grip until you get to the headlight balance you desire. Done :)
     
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  3. shamaho

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    Not an easy fix :)

    not only I can't seem to take the but cap off (it's stapled really really tight, and I fear breaking something), experimenting steadying the weights with cotton doesn't seem to provide adequate feel before going to the final solution of adding gel or whatever they put to secure them.

    Besides, I'm not too crazy about the 100 sq inch head size...
     
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  4. jjs891

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    blu tac works great

    easy to remove if you don't want it.
     
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  5. MikeHitsHard93

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    No I mean put it over the pallet and then regrip it
     
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  6. shamaho

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    Bump. I will try the lead thing but was looking for a comparison and impressions
     
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