Wilson BLX PRO STAFF SIX.ONE 90 is not a 90? o.o

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  1. shaneno

    shaneno Professional

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    Wilson BLX PRO STAFF SIX.ONE 90 is not a 90? o.o i have the new FED racket and i have the k90 but i saw that the Wilson BLX PRO STAFF SIX.ONE 90 not same size as the k90.

    Someone explain this madness
     
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  2. LeeD

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    It tis whot it tis.....
     
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  3. namja

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    They should both be 90 sq. in.

    Maybe they're slightly different shape?
    Or maybe the K90 is not 90? ;)
     
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  4. WhereIsMacMac

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    Simple - Wilson QC
     
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  5. shaneno

    shaneno Professional

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    will i check the BLX blade tour and the BLX PS 90 and it similar but the k90,n90,PS90 there all not the same as the BLX PS 90.

     
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  6. zapvor

    zapvor G.O.A.T.

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    the K88 is not 88 either
     
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  7. Say Chi Sin Lo

    Say Chi Sin Lo G.O.A.T.

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    What's mad is that you called the "Wilson BLX PRO STAFF SIX.ONE 90" the FED racquet. On what basis are you calling it a FED racquet and not the k90. What disqualifies the k90 of the title "FED racquet"?
     
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  8. UCSF2012

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    Different molds.

    Their molds aren't identical. Some of my BLX90's wouldn't mount without adjustment of the stringer. Small differences of 1-2mm, but the differences were there.
     
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  9. kaiser

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    How are they different? Measurements please! :)

    I'm very interested what you come up with, check my post here: http://tt.tennis-warehouse.com/showpost.php?p=6895158&postcount=14
     
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  10. sixone90

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    Are you comparing a strung vs unstrung racquet?
     
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