PSTGT vs Heag IG speed mp 16x19

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by xeros, Oct 14, 2012.

  1. xeros

    xeros Rookie

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    hello,

    I've difficult to choice between this two stick which one is better overall, and in :
    confort
    power
    spin
    control
     
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  2. xeros

    xeros Rookie

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    and please compare with the IG speed mp18x20?
    tournament begin in 2 weeks, i need help, i know all the expert are in this forum
     
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  3. darklore009

    darklore009 Professional

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    The head speed is kinda stiff when hut outside of the sweetspot. But it performs well when hit the center. The pstgt is a stable racket. I categories the rackets by these
    comfort: pstgt
    Power:both
    Spin: speed 16x19
    control: speed 18x20
     
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  4. Oz_Rocket

    Oz_Rocket Semi-Pro

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    I have the Speed MP 16x19 and love the balance and feel but had problems generating power with the factory string (Sonic Pro) in some situations. Stuff like receiving a fast serve at the body when I could only take a short swing. The ball would just die. Also as said it feels awful with anything off centre.

    Changed to SPPP @ 54lbs and the racquet has come alive. Easier to generate power off shorter strokes but not at the expensive of becoming a canon for hard groundies. So my advice would be to be very wary of just grabbing the Head and playing a tournament in 2 weeks.
     
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  5. chrisl

    chrisl New User

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    The head speed M 315 reacts well to a hybrid string pattern: Luxilon alu power rough crosses/VS mains.

    Gives almost a plushy feel to the racquet.

    That said it still requires a large, pronounced swing - which is why I have moved on to the Wilson 6.1 95 @309 g 16x18.
     
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