wilson nCode tour

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by Petrus, Mar 2, 2012.

  1. Petrus

    Petrus New User

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    anyone here likes the old ncode tour?
    90 inch head
    11.3 oz unstrung
    9 pt head light

    took it out of my closet and hit a few with it, very good plow thru and solid feel, and very maneuverable due to the light weight.

    The new pro staff six one 90 is more than an oz heavier.

    Any suggestion for a current racquet with similar feel and maneuverability?

    does the new pro staff six one 90 feel much heavier? if you have played with both.

    thanks
     
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  2. flashfire276

    flashfire276 Hall of Fame

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    I had one for a while that I used as a loaner. It was a very forgiving racquet.

    Anyways, the closest thing I can think of is a Head YTK Radical MP. Even though the nCode Tour is an extended racquet, it felt very similar to a Radical racquet in almost every other way.
     
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  3. gocard

    gocard Semi-Pro

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    @Petrus, it sounds like what you have is the Asian ncode 6.1 tour because of the weight. It is much lighter than the U.S. version. The ncode ntour is the orange one, extended length, 95 in (iirc).

    Not sure if you're able to come by the Asian versions of the newer 90 in. Tours to test out similar feels - I've only tried the ncode one so can't help you there.
     
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  4. Petrus

    Petrus New User

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    oh that makes sense. I bought the racquet during a trip to asia.
    not sure if i can get the new asian version now. what a shame.
    It's weight and balance is perfect.
     
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