They are different frames, Tour has a wider beam and is more powerful. If you spec the Tour to Pro weight and balance, it could be quite powerful.I’m currently using Gravity Tours and thinks that’s the way to go if you want to add weight. Pro and Tour are nearly identical spec wise (I think) outside of SW. I haven’t ever added lead but I’m interested in doing so but have no clue where to start lol
Adding lead - add 1g at 3 o'clock, 1g at 9 o'clock and 2g under the buttcap. Same balance, but 4g more and a bit higher swingweight. You should feel more power and stability. Don't go too much at first - even 4 grams more into total weight make a difference.
Isn't that because Gravity Pro is low powered and quite muted at the same time? If the sweetspot wasn't 5 mm higher than typical, it would be very very low powered. It's a bit like a 27.25 racquet in 27 package. It does not feel very solid but I found it to be very stable and solid overall - if you swing with full power. Also adding weight does not help - it's still muted.Thats how I came up with the ratio because it doesnt feel too solid and doesnt offer much plow yet its on a heavier side of racquets.