ProKennex KI5 PSE & 5G PSE L5

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  1. Gennady Mamzhi

    Gennady Mamzhi New User

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    1. ProKennex 5G PSE 4 5/8 6/10 condition strung with 16ga natural gut hybrid - 55
    2. ProKennex KI-5 PSE 4 5/8 8/10 condition strung with 16/17ga poly/syn gut hybrid - 70

    All 6.0 racquets are scratched and have chipped paint, but they are not cracked and very playable. I just sold 1 of 6.0s and the buyer was very happy.

    If you buy 2 racquets then shipping is free in ConUS.

    I am interested in trading for the following racquets in 4 3/8 or 4 1/2 grip size:

    Head Liquidmetal Radical OS
    Head Flexpoint Radical OS
    Head Flexpoint Prestige Team
    ProKennex 5g
    ProKennex KI-5
    ProKennex Heritage Type C
    ProKennex Heritage Type C Redondo
    Head Liquidmetal Prestige midplus
    Avery M3 Control
    Dunlop Aerogel 200
    Tecnifibre TFight 325

    I can take PayPal & credit cards through PayPal. Personal checks would have to wait to clear. Excellent references on TW.

    Regards,

    Gennady
    310-513-2829
    gmamzhi@yahoo.com
     
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  2. t-swede

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    gennady can you tell something how the pse ionic plays is it extremely heavey and cumbersome to play with ? how is the serve with this racket 1st and 2second i have a fast sving and take big cuts on my forehand and i am a agressive baseliner that only goes to net for easy putaways . thanks t-swede
     
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  3. Gennady Mamzhi

    Gennady Mamzhi New User

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    Ki5 and 5G PSE are about the same weight and I don't see a difference in playability. They both are heavy racquets. If you don't have a good footwork then this racquet would be hard to play with. With 13 Oz weight, you get a very solid shot, very comfortable and heavy serve. It is a perfect baseliner's weapon. The ball will go exactly where you direct it. You have to prepare for your shots early - it's not easy to "whip" these racquets. For me it was perfect for a couple of years, but then I got tired...
     
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  4. Gennady Mamzhi

    Gennady Mamzhi New User

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    Any trade offers?
     
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  5. Fred Perry

    Fred Perry New User

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    PSE's are the extended (27.5") sticks, right? if so, I might be interested in either.

    I've found that I prefer the longer, heavier PK's over the Prince O3 Red that I was playing with. I don't imagine you'd be interested in an O3 Red in trade but let me know.
     
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  6. Gennady Mamzhi

    Gennady Mamzhi New User

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    These PSEs are one of the heaviest recently made racquets (around 13 Oz each). PK never made extended versions of them - their swingweight would make them simply unmanageable.

    Anyone with decent footwork and enough muscle would benefit from the incredible stability of these racquets.
     
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  7. dd051

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    I have a hotmelt 200g in solid condition if you're interested in a trade
     
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