Originally Posted by ART ART
The mold/constrution/stiffness of these 3 rackets is different, so the fell will allways be different.
Even with 2 rackets from the same mold, they could feel different, just because they can differ in stiffness.
Another important thing is the pattern, in a 90" the spaces will be allways different in some parts, from the others.
Swinging a 90" will allways be different than swinging a 95" or a 100" racket, even if they all share the same specs.
... so, they will never be same
Of course they will still be different racquets even if the specs are made to match. But how good could they be if made to match a true Pro Staff spec?
Anyway, it's something I'd like to try but don't have the time. I was thinking some other aging Pro Staff afficianado might have tried it. The lighter 95 and 100 Pro Staffs have been largely written off because they are so light. But that's an easy thing to fix. I'm really curious how the 100 would play if brought up to player's spec.