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AT-900 String

Discussion in 'Badminton String' started by wasups, Aug 16, 2008.

  1. wasups

    wasups Regular Member

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    Hey guys what string and what tension, will make the at-900P the strongest. Thanks BC members.
     
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    There's no such thing as the 'best' tension and string. You can however, try a thin, repulsive string such as the nbg98, bg66, bg85 or bg80 at a tension of your choice ( the tension you feel most comfortable to play with ). Generally, lower-tension = higher-power, higher-tension = more control. You can still produce alot of power and yet control the shuttle at a high tension if you have the right technique.
     
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    Strings and tension have nothing to do with rackets but it has to do with people likings. You can try NBG95, NBG98, BG66, BG80 or BG85 if you want power. What was your previous tension and string?
     
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    i think i used a BG85 tension 22 i think
     
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    NBG98 at 24lbs should be the best option for you if you want max power with your AT900P
     
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    Quote:
    Originally Posted by phandrew [​IMG]
    Strings and tension have nothing to do with rackets but it has to do with people likings. You can try NBG95, NBG98, BG66, BG80 or BG85 if you want power. What was your previous tension and string?




    i use BG 85 and tension 26 pont
     
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    I own an AT900T and want to get the maximum power out of it with BG80. What tension would you recommend?
     
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    Just string the BG80 2lbs under your normal tension.
     
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    My racquet was factory strung with BG65 Ti
     
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    At900p

    HI,

    I have a AT900P which I string with Nanospeed string. i dont like it. previously used yonex 85 at 24 pounds. tell me which string should i use for my racquet
     
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    Try BG80 at 24lbs.
     
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    thanks. i restring at pertama complex. anyway is there a difference in manual and machine stringing.? the fella at the shop says that the manual machines are not as accurate as the auto machines. is this true?
     
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    There is no such thing as a nanospeed string. Nanogy does exist but not nanospeed.
     
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    sorry i meant nanogy. Anyway is there a difference in manual stringing and machine stringing. The shop fella said that machine stringing 24 lbs is equavalent to manual stringing 22 lbs. is this true?
     
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    What, hand-stringing? using the crank machine ? using the electronic stringing machine ?

    The electronic stringing machines usually have a constant pull so the tension should be higher than of the one strung at the same tension with a crank machine.
     
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    he might of meant drop weight machine
     
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    I have 2 AT900P
    One is strung at 27lbs with BG65Ti and its okish for power, though the strings need replacing.
    The other is at 28lbs with Nanogy95 and its very good for power.
    But you need to try other peoples racquets and see how their tensions and strings feel.
     
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    I guess BG 65Ti Pro (25-26 lbs) will suit it best
     

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