Originally Posted by t135
I played with both of them when I was younger. The 260 had more power than the 280, and had a more head heavy balance. This was the originals made in Austria during the first couple years of production. I had always wished there was a racquet model in between them. The satellite tour twin tube was a fair compromise of sorts.
Wish I had a couple of them now to hit with for fun.
Thanks, what I was trying to get at is even though the radical tour is more head light it has a higher swing weight suggesting that it has more weight at each end of the racket compared to the pro tour and therefore being more polarized. Would this male it a better choice for people looking to hit with more spin and the pro tour perhaps being better for all round players?