The Wilson Ncode series are the best

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  1. Golden Retriever

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    Where else can you find racquets that are both powerful and flexy like the ncodes? I think their combination of powerful and flexibility is the best.
     
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  2. BreakPoint

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    Are you talking about the nSix-One Tour and 95? If so, they are not all that flexible, at least not as flexible as a Prestige Classic or C10 Pro or something along those lines. However, they are not as stiff as a Pure Drive, either.
     
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  3. bluescreen

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    yeah, flexy isnt really the word that comes to mind when i think of ncode racquets, let alone the nblade.
     
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  4. El Diablo

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    The flexiest of them still leave my elbow in ice. Power and flex? Try the V-Engine Tour 10 MP -- RA=62, plenty of power, yours for about $120. The heavier Vantages with RA=63 (60 or so after the string and grip are added) have excellent power, much kinder to the arm than any nCode I've ever tried.
     
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  5. saqdeez

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    wow. .
     
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  6. Dopke

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    Negative. Ncode N6.1 95 gave my elbow/wrist problems.
     
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  7. Big Tigger

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    well, played with the nCode 90 for 1 year and did not like it at all...
     
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  8. BreakPoint

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    Hmmm....if you didn't like it, why did you keep playing with it for a whole year? :confused:
     
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  9. R-Fed

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    The Ncode Six-One 95 16x18 is more forgiving. And still allows you to hit great shots.
     
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  10. goober

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    actually I would say volkls are closer to what you are describing than ncodes.
     
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  11. maynardsson55

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    same here. loved the racket, but it killed the arm. Not flexy at all. I think metal baseball bat.
     
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