What are some of the best.....

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by mach1, May 28, 2005.

  1. mach1

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    ...PLOW THROUGH racquets of all time?
     
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  2. 007

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    Yonex SRD Tour
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    Yonex RD Power 7/Power 10
    Kennex 5G PSE/ki5G PSE
     
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  3. lildev0426

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    wilson ps classic6.1
     
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  4. Grimjack

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    The heavy ones.
     
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  5. nViATi

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    personally, i think this is a pointless thread.
     
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  6. mach1

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    How is it pointeless? BTW nViATi you have some really cool pictures on your photoblog.

    I'm looking for a racquet that has the most plow through factor stock. I should have said it in the beginning, oh well. I'm a big strong guy so weight isn't ever a factor for me. Not all heavy racquets have a plow through factor. HPS 6.1 is an example even though 007 says it is. Anyone else know of any good racquets that have that factor??
     
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  7. bee

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    My Prostaff Orginal 95 with added weight in handle and head and my Head Classic MP with weight in handle have that characteristic. It is mostly a matter of weight. Gut strings help, also.
     
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  8. MChong

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    Wait, mach1, you mean stock, right?

    I would imagine that the PS 6.1 Classic would do quite a good job with it, but on the other hand, any racquet over 12 ounces without too headlight a balance should have a decent plowing effect. The ProKennex 5g seems to fit seeing that it's 13 ounces, heh.

    Personally though, I found the Diablo Mid stock to be a little unstable in the upper hoop so I modded mine and it does a real good job plowing through the ball (They can be had for a relatively cheap price, nowadays, too!)
     
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  9. jayserinos99

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    can't go wrong with that pog mid w/ a fair amount of lead tape.
     
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  10. nViATi

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    don't most heavy racquets with high swingweights have good plow through? it's easy to find out.
    thanks by the way
     
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