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Arcsabre Z Slash

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by rscosworth, Oct 7, 2010.

  1. rscosworth

    rscosworth Regular Member

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    Guys,

    Just picked up my Z Slash, strung with BG80 to 26lbs.

    I have played a couple of hours and find that the strings move much more than on my similar strung Armortec 70.

    I have no way of checking that they are actually at the same tension but it has been professionally strung.

    Anyone know if the strings should move much at this tension?

    Thanks
     
  2. Redhawk

    Redhawk Regular Member

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    I don't know if they should, but mine do. My tension is a little less and i'm using BG85
     
  3. HKChua

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    All my rackets are Arc Saber ZS.

    Even if it is being strung at 24 x 24LBS, the two vertical string at the centre should not move easily. Even if it moved, it will spring back to its position when released.

    Change your stringer...

    Thanks.
     
  4. kwun

    kwun Administrator

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    whether string move has very little to do with the racket.

    strings that are newly strung will move because of the coating is still new. after a few sessions, the string will start biting into each other and will move less.
     

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