----Wilson PS 6.0 95 with Ncode PJ ! PICS----

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    As you can see this is a Wilson PS 6.0 95 with an Ncode PJ. On the side of the racket it simply says “Wilson Nsix-one Tour”….no mention of headsize. The person who managed to get it for me often works with pros…..he didn’t say who this was made for – maybe Mahut? Are there any other pro’s using PS 6.0 95 with Ncode PJ?

    I must say this is a pretty rare racket as I have never seen this racket with an Ncode PJ. I used to own one with a Hyperprostaff PJ but I think this one looks better. Also the leather seems to be from a lighter colour than that of the stock Ncodes. It almost has the same colour as a Head Calfskin leather grip. But I haven’t taken the plastic off the handle and I don’t think I will as it’s a collectors item. Either way…..I know Breakpoint was interested to know whether his beloved racket exists in this PJ…..so here it is! I am so tempted to try it out……but I highly doubt I will.

    Enjoy all….happy easter!
     
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  4. ps60

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    if u dun test it, how 'd u know it is a real PS 6.0 95 ??

    if i were u, i 'd wrap an over grip and play with it for an hr or two. then u can tell if it is the real one.
     
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    Id just play with it, you can always just hang it on the wall afterwards anyway...maybee you could sell it too breakpoint for $2000!
     
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    wow... nice find
     
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    Gabs,

    Thanks for the pics. Yes, I knew that PS 6.0 95's with nCode nSix-One Tour paintjobs existed as I know Mahut, Muller, and some other pros used it and even some college players, like Stanford's Corkery used it. Several people have asked TW if they could get some once Wilson discontinued the nCodes and have that paintjob left over, just like when the PS Tour 90/95 were discontinued and Wilson had those paintjobs left over and gave them to TW to sell. I wonder if TW can get some again this time as now the K90/95 have come out and the nCodes are discontinued. It all depends on if Wilson's Pro Room has any left over that were never distributed yet to their sponsored pros that use them.

    However, I wouldn't pay that much for it since I'm more concerned about how the racquet plays and not what it looks like. I even passed on the one with the PS Tour 95 paintjobs that TW sold a few years ago because I already had so many PS 6.0 95's and I knew the paintjobbed one would play exactly the same so why buy it?
     
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    Well Gabs, if you're looking to sell....you have an interested buyer
     
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    where did u get that?! thats awesome
     
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    nice find ;)
     
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    sweet. It looks exactly like the N6
     
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    It does? [​IMG]
     
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    Cheers for all the comments guys.....another interesting point is that the guy I spoke to also had a Ncode Nsix-one Tour 90 in an 18x20 string pattern! Clearly the problem with that is that you'll never ever be able to find replacement grommets for that! Also it just looked completely odd......I mean on a prestige classic the dense string pattern looks OK.....but.....on the Ncode it was just plain wrong!
     
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