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BG 65, 65ti, 65P

Discussion in 'Badminton String' started by h4n5ip, Jul 18, 2008.

  1. h4n5ip

    h4n5ip Regular Member

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    I am currently using Bg65ti for my AS10.
    Tension at 27-29lbs.
    Thinking of restring with BG65P.

    Any of you guys have tried Bg65p?
    What the different between 65P and 65Ti.
    which one better?

    Which one do you choose 65, 65ti or 65P.
     
  2. phandrew

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    Are you referring to ARC10? AS10 is a shuttlecock. Why don't you consider out strings like BG66, BG80, BG85, NBG95 or NBG98.
     
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    h4n5ip Regular Member

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    AS10 = Arch Saber 10

    I tried already bg66, bg80, nbg 95 but not on this Arch10.
    I don't really like it. I tried those strings on Ti-10. It may be different feel on Arc10.

    Fortunately my friend buying a roll bg65p. Just want to know how this string feel.
     
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    What are you looking for in the new strings? Repulsion, control or durability?
     
  5. phandrew

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    It's Arc Saber 10. Why do people sometimes say AS10 since most people know it has as a yonex shuttlecock.
     
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    I am mostly looking at Repulsion/power.

    hey guys why now I can't get any email showing that someone has replied my thread. What should I do
     
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    If you want power then go with NBG98
     
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    Is your Arch10 stringed with NBG98?
    How does it feel?

    What about NBG98 compare to BG66 sharp.
    I felt that NBG98 more to control and Bg66 sharp more to power.
     
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    NBG98 has the most power out all the strings i tried. I don't have a ARC10 but all my rackets are strung with NBG98 or NBG95.
     
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    Since you're looking for repulsion, go with NBG98.
     
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    hi, ngb is for low tension, i am using 28now, i try on arc10 before, unfortunately, the ngb felt so soft, i don't think theres much power than bg65 ti(HARD FEEL) bg65P feel the same with 65ti hard feel at 28lbs.
     
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    No way. NBG98 does not lack power.
     
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    hmmmm....well.....depends.....
     
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    Seem like same situation as me, I cant seem get good power out of 80. I posted on the other thread by Haifeng regarding 65Ti.
    my current tension 26/29 for 65Ti. I tried to string 80 at 29, 28, 26 but can't produce same power as when I use 65Ti. Using 80 for 2 months and still can't get good power :confused:
    I tried NBG98, definitely the string got power but it just not durable enough.
    Other than stringing 10% lower than 65, is there anything that I should do when stringing 80?
     
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    You can have a cheaper alternative in Bg66 if you find NBG98 too expensive.
     
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    I tried 66 but my preference still 65ti at high tension or 98
     
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    Bg66 doesn't really hold tension well, and at 28lbs.....the best thing is the crisp sound, after a few shot, it will sound something like...SNAP.....ngb98 is okay.....the outer layer is soft, i can get it in malaysia for about u$13, which is not really expensive....
     
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    I find bg65ti very stiff. Maybe you should try bg65, though it tends to lose tension quite fast, but if you break your strings around once a month, it should perform fine.
     
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    somehow, i agree with you:)
     
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    but nbg-98 is expensive, i choose to trade some value of money by adding some power on my stroke with bg-65ti...
     

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