Racquets that play like the Pro x1

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  1. anonymous2364

    anonymous2364 Banned

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    What are some racquets that play like x1.

    and dont tell me to use the search button

    xD
     
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  2. Redflea

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    You could, in addition to waiting for responses from folks familiar w/the X1, put the X1 specs into TWs racquet finder and see what you get there....link to racquet finder below.

    http://www.racquetfinder.com/search.htm
     
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  3. BreakPoint

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    Why not just get another Pro X-1? There are lots of people that have them that might be willing to sell.
     
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  4. jorel

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    vantage it up
     
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  5. sunflowerhx

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    I had one of those frames - very stiff.

    Similar to PS Tour Classic, but since they dont make them anymore.
    Try the successors Ncode 6.1 and K-Factor 6.1.
     
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  6. In D Zone

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    Here are my suggestions: no particular order

    Yonex Ti 80
    Yonex RDX 500 Mid
    Dunlop 200 G Hotmelt
    Dunlop M Fil 300
    Dumop M Fil 200 16x 19 (2006 edition/ regular 27 ") >I believed this is closes to Slazengers NX1; X1 Pro successor

    Wilson N TOur 95
    Wilson N Tour 2 95
     
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  7. snoflewis

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    out of all your suggestions...only the ti80 truly plays like the x1. 12 oz, SW around 315, comfortable. also, the nx1 is nothing like the x1...and the mfil200 16x19 is no where near as stable or similar in feel to the x1.

    besides the ti80, i'd try the ps 6.0 95 and the volkl t10 gen II
     
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