What are the real specs of the Ncode Ntour?!

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  1. Breakaz54z

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    I just got myself an Ncode Ntour for a backup racket.. impulse buy really. I'd like to know, what are the real specs of the racket? I didn't buy it before cause I saw the specs on tenniswarehouse. Though when I look at the racket, it's 2 pts hl and 10.2 oz instead of even and 10.7 oz. Any thoughts? Would leading it up a bit be a good idea? And thoughts of getting a better backup/main racket? I current use a Prince Hybrid Shark MP and play a 3.0, mainly a counter punch baseline game. Though I'm liking how a 95" headsize racket plays.. Since I have a loopy forehand and finally started to figure out my topspin 1hbh.
     
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  2. LanEvo

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    all those specs labeled on the racquet are the unstrung facts
     
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    and i think leading it up is a good idea put lead in the buttcap the trap door area
     
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    Thanks, does that mean the head balance for my hybrid shark is also the unstrung specs since it's labeled that way for it's weight, etc?
     
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  5. LanEvo

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    all wilson racquet facts painted on the racquet are the unstrung facts though im not sure about other brands
     
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