Question for Prostaff 6.0 95 users

Discussion in 'Classic Racquet Talk' started by what a peach of a shot, Jun 11, 2013.

  1. what a peach of a shot

    what a peach of a shot New User

    Jun 11, 2004
    I recently switched back to hitting with this after a number of years.
    Compared to some of the other small headed rackets I used recently it feels a bit underpowered/dead, particularly compared back to back with the Dunlop Biomimetic 200 lite which has virtually identical specs.
    With both I have added 2-3g to the head, and have strung with signum pro plasma pure main, isospeed professional crosses at 52-54lbs.

    Any thoughts on how to liven up the response? Or is this just the way the PS 6.0 is?
  2. coachrick

    coachrick Hall of Fame

    Feb 19, 2004
    Austin, hook 'em, Texas
    I've never played with that string combo; but I'll say the beauty of this frame and other classics in the same 'category' is the nature of the racket to give what it's given. Swing smooth and slow, you get controllable pace...crank up the swing speed, you get a pleasant 'return' for you effort. No surprises.

    I'd be puttin' me some natural gut @ 55# or so and enjoying the heck out of it!!! :)
  3. tball

    tball Semi-Pro

    Sep 3, 2004
    I am using a full bed of Isospeed Professional @ 52, and everything is perfect. I do not feel the lack of power.

    Compared to Dunop Bio 200 Lite, I feel Wilson is more versatile, multidimentional, multifunctional. It does lack certain ball-crushing power that some newer racquets provide, but it can do interesting slices, spins, dropshots, angle changes. Dunlop is quite rigid: it pretty much just shoots straight. It is not a racquet for improvisations.
  4. bcart1991

    bcart1991 Semi-Pro

    May 11, 2010
    Douglasville, GA
    I'll echo what coachrick said. I use Forten Sweet 17 in mine (sometimes Klipper Pearl Zone) and I love the frame. Not sure I would like a poly or hybrid in the PS95, kind of goes against the classic style.

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