Stiffer than M-Fil 300

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  1. zorg

    zorg Professional

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    I use the Dunlop M-Fil 300. I like it, but I want something similar, just a little more stiff. What is there for me to choose from? I like the power level, and the spin, but the flex rating, 61, is a little too low for me. I would like a little higher, maybe like 63-67 or so. I am an all court player, with a one handed backhand (but going back and forth from 1 and 2, so not sure what I will stick with). So volleys are important to me...what rackets are good for me?
     
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  2. louis netman

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    Get the 300G, slightly more HL with RDC 64...and excellent price to boot...!
     
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  3. timsims

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    I'd say look at the Maxply McEnroe...I have them both and the Maxply is definitely stiffer. (It's also a little heavier).
     
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  4. KFwinds

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    Yep, just what I was going to say - Maxply McEnroe. They are almost identical except the stiffness.
     
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  5. kreative

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    i'd also say the maxply mcenroe, but watch out b/c more stiffness can translate to more power.
     
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  6. louis netman

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    I have a significantly weighted 300g that has that plush, graphite/kevlar feel... Does anyone know if a weighted Maxply would have the same plush feel as the 300 series Dunlops?
     
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  7. KFwinds

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    Actually, the Maxply already feels like a slightly weighted M-Fil 300/300g to me (speaking in terms of weight and balance alone).
     
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  8. SteveI

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    Hi,

    How about the M-Fil 400?

    Regards,
    Steve
     
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