In my experience my Ultra Tour has more pop than my old first gen mg radicals.
Honestly, I don’t think there are many racquets with lower power. Maybe the Prince TT95. But even then, pretty sure it’s not lower. The Mg Rad is a platform frame and really low powered. Why does he need even less power? Tighter/stiffer strings would help.
Thanks for the responses. He just feels like he still has too much pop with the Rad. He's going to try stringing tighter and see if that's the solution. I forgot to mention he's also looking for something inexpensive. $220 for the Ultra Tour would be too much for him. Perhaps IF he can find the older Tec. T-fight 315 Limited... The PK Redondo is a good option. Also, I think @vsbabolat has said that the GrapheneXT Prestige MP is the lowest powered graphite racquet he's ever used, and that should be coming down in price in the next few months. If anyone has any other ideas, let 'em fly! Thanks!
Does he hit with a lot of spin? Going to Prestige MP (which is low pwered) could help but it's also an 18x20. If he does not generate a ton of spin with. 16x19, it in theory would be harder with a tighter 18x20 pattern. He could also look at Volkl VSense 10 series.
The lowest powered graphite racket I have ever hit with is a Snauwaert Ellipse (the 3-pronged one). Solid, great for volleys, absolutely no power, 93 sq in. Hits like the proverbial board. And, there are probably some still available if you look a little.