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Wilson ncode n3 or wilson ncode vision 4

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by Phuongrocks, Dec 31, 2011.

  1. Phuongrocks

    Phuongrocks Regular Member

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    Should I get the wilson ncode n3 or the wilson ncode vision 4? Which one would make my shots stronger and faster and is light?
     
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    I read your earlier post that you used an AT30. What strings and tension do you use? I would´t really recommend to buy discontinued models in general, if you are upgrading.
     
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    Phuongrocks Regular Member

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    Been using factory strings lol. I'm pretty cheap. But I'm thinking of stringing my next racket with yonex strings at 23 or 24 pounds. I thought discontinued models would be great deal since it's 50% off which means I get double get price.
     
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    But restrining your old racket with better strings will most likely be an even better deal and your racket performance will improve tremendeously.. If you havent broken a string since april last year i think it is safe to say you have a huge amount of power yet to tap from your current racket!
     
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    Phuongrocks Regular Member

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    But I'm not enjoying my racket anymore since it feels heavy and has a lot of vibration.It also makes my shots slow.
     
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    If you are not enjoying your racket you should switch. The most important part is that you like your racket.. Just trying to give you objective advice thats all.

    Cheers,
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    Phuongrocks Regular Member

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    Any Recommendation for under 70 USD? :)
     

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