What stick fits these specs

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by acesrus, Aug 10, 2004.

  1. acesrus

    acesrus New User

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    open string pattern, 60-66 stiffness, small head 85-95, thin beam peferably, great volleyer, low to mid power? I have tried the Tour90 just not enough umph on serve, play currently with prestige classic, do not like the prince head shape, testing the PS 60 85, love the volleys, any recommendations? I hit quite a bit of spin off of both sides, and have a big serve that I can hit just about anywhere, except short in the box. I add weight to all these sticks as I really love to fell like im plowing through the ball. On my PC and 85 I have about 3 grams of lead at 3 and 9 each.
     
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  2. lelopez

    lelopez Rookie

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    Try the nTour 90. To me it is a good overall stick with more serving power than the Tour 90
     
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  3. Brad Smith

    Brad Smith Rookie

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    The sticks you mentioned fit the bill and are two of the best all time. The Estusa's have similar specs.
     
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  4. 007

    007 Professional

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    Take Off Eh!
    SLAZ X1
     
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  5. Coda

    Coda Semi-Pro

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    n90, estusas
     
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  6. Coda

    Coda Semi-Pro

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    if the 6.0 85 is your cup of tea but find it a little to hard to play with, go with the n90. In my opinion they have very similar play characterisitcs...I played with the 85 but found it a little to hard to play with deep in the third set so I now use the n90.
     
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  7. bcaz

    bcaz Professional

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    The Estusa Power Beam family has what you are looking for.
     
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