Wilson Tour 95 - Wilson nBlade 98

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by Mr.Kicker, Apr 3, 2006.

  1. Mr.Kicker

    Mr.Kicker Guest

    I am thinking about making this switch, anyone have any feedback for me, who has played with a similar racket to the Tour 95 or like a Wilson 6.1.

    This would be much aprreciated.
     
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  2. snoflewis

    snoflewis Guest

    why are you planning to switch?
     
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  3. Mr.Kicker

    Mr.Kicker Guest

    switch

    Just kinda want something new. I am a serve and volleyer, so my Tour 95's are not looking too good and im looking for something with a little more touch and something that is a little lighter and more solid feel.

    I have also heard great things about the spin the nBlade produces, and my kicker and my slice are my two key serves that I hit.
     
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  4. snoflewis

    snoflewis Guest

    have you tried adding lead at 3 and 9? because i know the tour 95s play awful when not weighted
     
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  5. andyroddick's mojo

    andyroddick's mojo Professional

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    I would like to try something like that on my 95's but its already 12 oz. And i don't think i need anymore weight. How much would you suggest adding?
     
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  6. Mr.Kicker

    Mr.Kicker Guest

    I really actually want to get the nBlade...so do u think since it doesnt have PWS i could do that on that?

    and how could i add weight to make it more head light
     
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  7. thejerk

    thejerk Semi-Pro

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    Put 10ozs of lead tape at 12oclock!:)
     
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  8. snoflewis

    snoflewis Guest

    DEFINITELY!!! lol...

    you can roll it up and put it at the buttcap....but it falls off if it isn't done properly... imo, the best way is to take off the grip and put it on the handle, and then regrip the racket..that way, it won't come loose or anything like that
     
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  9. slice it

    slice it Rookie

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    did u say my name?

    if u did I say leave it where you are. I don know if you felt it yet but it is really light. and I dont think it would be a good serve and volley racquet

    Do what I did demo them really long :mrgreen:
     
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