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Best strings for Ti10 and tension?

Discussion in 'Badminton String' started by dollargood, Jan 10, 2010.

  1. kelvin316

    kelvin316 Regular Member

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    nah sorry for not stating it clearly :) thx
     
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    ChongHL Regular Member

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    Max is 22lbs for 3U.
     
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    kelvin316 Regular Member

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    for both ti10 and ti10ltd ? wow tats low but I noticed people stringing them way over 22lbs, is it safe ?
     
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    Yes and no. warranty only covers the 22lbs, so it says. However many players string well above that. Almost any racket can withstand the force of 30lbs depending on the stringer but it becomes more fragile and more prone to breaking during a clash. If you want a safe but good tension I'd recommend 24-25.

    Me < Owner of 5 ti-10s 3rd gen
     
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    which is better ? ti10 or ti10ltd ? any diff ? I've heard the only diff is the paint....
     
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    I used to like using BG68Ti or BG70 Pro @ 25lb on my Ti10 Gen-1 back in the day. But they have since retired from active service.
     
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    I've been using BG80's @ 27-28 lbs on Ti10 3rd Gen for a couple of years now. Haven't broken a racquet yet.

    I string my own racquets though. . .
     
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    Hi, do you upgrade the grommets or just stick to normal one?
     
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    The normal grommets should suffice just be sure to change them.
     
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    Thanks.

    Has anyone try with BG80 power?

    I don't really like BG66UM feel.
     

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