Racquet specs

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by yourname1245, Feb 9, 2012.

  1. yourname1245

    yourname1245 Rookie

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    I wanna get another blx 90 because I tried a few and only one played right. The specs from Wilson as usual aren't matching to this stick. This stick is actually much heavier then the few I played.
    This being the case I need to have my racquet spec'd on a RDC so I can get them to someone who can get me another 2 sticks to match.
    Question is do I have to take off the leather to get the best results or even get the right specs? Not sure if I wanna take off the leather and ruin the handle feel.
     
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  2. corners

    corners Legend

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    You want to leave the leather on to measure weight, balance and swingweight. The only reason to take the leather off is to measure stiffness, where you get a more accurate reading if the handle is bare. But I doubt you'll find anyone that will match stiffness, so don't worry about that spec, the other three are the most important.
     
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