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|Weight: 175g (unstrung)||Racquet Length: 22 in|
|Factory Grip: Pro Kennex Friction||Factory String: Liquid 17g|
|Balance Point: Head Light||Frame Shape: Modified|
|Strung Surface: 105 sq in|
Pro Kennex took their best selling high end line in year's and spruced it up for the 2012-2013 season. This year they added a 3rd racquet weighing in at 185 grams and updated the cosmetics on the 165 (slight change) and 175 (complete overhaul!). It's been a while since Pro Kennex has had a heavier weight model so if you were a fan of the Pro Kennex Balanced or 20G and have been waiting to buy a new high end stick...this might be your year to upgrade. In 2011-2012 Kane continued his dominance on the Professional Racquetball Tour. If the #1 player in the world plays with Pro Kennex (The KM Force Flow 175)...maybe you should too!
This Racquet DOES NOT come with a Cover, you can add one for $10.
If you're unsure about your model or weight...try our DEMO Program.
These are available in 3 5/8 and 3 7/8 grip sizes
I would recommend changing the grip to a Python (Our favorite), or Head TackiMac† for the added traction to prevent slippage.† The Racquetworld Grommet Tape upgrade ($1) can save you $$ in the long run as sometimes strings break from the grommet being worn down.For those who don't know what the grommet is, it's the plastic piece at the top of the racquet that the strings go through.When you hit the wall and floor this gets worn down.
The Python Atlas string upgrade is recommended because factory string is less playable/durable then the Python Atlas string we suggest. At the time of purchase, the Python Atlas restring upgrade is $22.00.† It's normally $36 if you mailed the racquet to us later so you save $14 if you choose the upgrade right away.
If you choose a vibration dampener go with the Ektelon Silencer (Our favorite), Head Megasorb, Gamma Worm or the BBB (Big Bad Band).
The wristlacer black is the default wrist tether that comes on your racquet at no charge.If you want to change colors, a small fee of $2.95 will be added for switching.
A question we get everyday is "What is Grommet Tape?"It's a piece of tape that goes over the head (bumper) of your racquet.Sometimes you need a restring because of a broken bumper.For an extra buck to add this, it could save you $25-40!!
We get follow up calls/emails everyday thanking us for the upgrades as they really help bring out the performance of the racquet.†
The Wilson/RacquetWorld Cover has a zippered pocket on the back and is made of a higher grade material
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RacquetWorld Racquetball Racquet Technology Section - Technology/Ratings Section
Force Flow Technology...
Pro Kennex introduces the all new Force Flow Technology, designed to maximize the aggressive flowing swing forces from players hands into the frame generating enhanced power.This new technology also provides stability and anti torque characteristics in the throat area resulting in an ultra still frame that generates additional power.
Spiral Tech Graphite (STG)
A unique space age blend of treated Spiral Tech Graphite and High Modulus Graphite combined with Nano Epoxy. Results in exceptional dampening qualities and delivers the needed strength and power.
String Suspension Technology
Single tube frame construction transitions into a solid head providing extreme power.
Long Frame Technology...
1" (22" total) longer to increase the hitting leverage of the racquet for faster head speed and increased power.
|150445000||Pro Kennex KM Force Flow 185 Racquetball Racquet (CP-14255)||$189.95|
|150443000||Pro Kennex 2012 KM Force Flow 165 Racquetball Racquet (CP-14253)||$149.95|
|150446000||Pro Kennex 2013 Kinetic FFT (Force Flow) 175 Racquetball Racquet (CP-14257)||$224.95|
|150447000||Pro Kennex 2013 KM Force Flow 165 Racquetball Racquet (CP-14256)||$199.95|
|150449000||Pro Kennex 2013 FFT (Force Flow) 195 Carbon||$69.95|
Ratings for this racquet will be done when all manufacturers release their 2010 -2011 racquet series
Ratings and comparisons for all racquets can be found in Racquetworld's Technology/Ratings Section
Control 1 (Front Court) represents how the racquet handles upfront in the court. Weíre basically looking at how certain components stacked together produce good (or bad) racquet maneuverability. To figure this out we look at the weight, balance point, and shape of the frame. We throw all this info into Patís brain along with a couple hours of hit testing and out pops the rating. This value is useful especially for doubles players who find themselves covering the upfront court a lot. Itís also good to know if youíre a good server and find yourself quickly putting away returns off your serve without leaving front middle court.
Control 2 (Back Court) represents the traditional control rating when taking a full shot from mid to back court. Our goal with control is to redirect the Force of the ball. We again focus on weight, balance point, shape, string pattern and tension, frame stiffness and on court experience.