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Help!! I need Babolat Stringing Pattern!

Discussion in 'Badminton Stringing Techniques & Tools' started by mongoose, Jan 19, 2003.

  1. mongoose

    mongoose Regular Member

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    Does anyone have the Stringing Pattern for Babolat Satelite rackets?

    I know it has to be strung 1-piece and that the mains end at the top of the racket.
    But from there, do you string the top cross string and then down all the way? Or do you string the 3rd cross downwards and use the other main to string the top two crosses and tying off at the top?

    Cos' looking the holes, I noticed that the holes for the last main and the first cross at the top are quite far apart.

    I'm just afraid that the transition from the last main to the first top cross may put alot of stress on the frame at the 10 and 2 o'clock positions.

    Babolat website doesn't mention anything about their stringing pattern! :(

    Anyone tried stringing at more than 24lbs on an electronic stringing machine?
     
  2. Pete LSD

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    Babolat's website do mention about using 2 strings, 4 ties stringing method. Try http://www.babolat.com/upload/satellite_pulsar.pdf and http://www.babolat.com/upload/satellite_comet.pdf.

    I found out this information too late. My stringer strung my Comet & Pulsar by the 1 string, 2 ties stringing method. The tenson is a dead even 28 lbs across all mains and all crosses. The feeling is very tight. I am very afraid that the racquet might be damaged but so far it is holding up. Repulsiveness isn't that good compared to Luxis's string jobs but again I can live with it.
     
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    Hmmm...

    Seems both Synchro and Chrono are 20 * 22, Comet and Pulsar are 20 * 21.
     
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    Isn't 1-string method the default method used by Babolat Satelite series?

    I was asking my dealer the same question, and I was told that 1-string method is a better approach in this series. However, he did metioned that, 2-string method is also fine in this case, if u r using a drop-weight string machine.
     
  6. Pete LSD

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    Actually, I would prefer my stringer to string the Comet & Pulsar to lessen the poundage on the cross to keep the overall tension about the same. Only the 2 string method, I my opinion anyway, can do achieve this objective.

     
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    Hey I was wondering if anyone knows what is the max tension the satellite synchro and booster max racquets will take? I still have the factory strings and after playing with them for a few weeks I bought some BG-68ti to replace. I play with 23lb on another racquet, but on the babolat website it says the recommended tension for the synchro is 9kg (about 20lb) and for the booster max it's 8kg (18lb). Would prefer at least 23lb on these... plus I was told ti strings are better if tighter?
     
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    Hi mongoose,

    I have strung many Babolat racquets on my machine (I live in France and There is a lot Babolat racquets indeed here)

    I would like to tell you that you can do what you want when it comes to string the cross. You can start at the top (even if stringing from the top is not recommended when using high tensions), at the middle or at the throat.

    I have strung in 2 knots and 4 knots without any issues.

    Babolat's racquet are strange at first but when you got them right, it's perfect.

    I don't find that the playability of these racquets is better than the ones of another brand (Yonex, Sotx, Carlton, etc)

    If you have any more questions about Babolat racquets you can ask me I'd be glad to answer to you. ;)
     
  9. sweetums59

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    i am having a hard time re-string babolat badminton racquet

    Can u tell me where to get instructions on the website to re-string babolat racquets?

    Thanks
    keng

     
  10. DarthHowie

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    do you need the original PDFs for the satellite and pulsar models?? i could Email them to you.

    It's just a 2 piece stringing job. but the main tie-off knots are at the top instead of the bottom.
     
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    Could you post them more publicly? I have Pulsar, that I string by gut feeling. Would be nice to have official stringing pattern :D
     
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    U know what, as a new stringer, Id be interested too:cool:
     
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    Stringing Patterns

    Here are the patterns attached.
     

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    That's nice of U. thanx.
    20 Mains only!!!
     
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    Hi!!

    I'll try to search Babolat Satelite Brio Stringing Pattern (20*22) but nothing...
    I just found, in 20*21, for Pulsar and Comet, here, in this forum.

    So is there someone who can help me to find it (on Babolat website, i didn't find anything, i sent them a mail but no answer)

    Ps: sorry for my english, i'm french, i try to speak as best as i can.
     
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    You could also do these in one-piece-top-down; it looks identical to the X-Feel pattern, which I love both to string and to play;).
     
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    Hi Mark!

    Thank you very much for your answer.
    I thought there was a difference between Sat. Brio (20*22) and X-Feel (20*21).

    I'll download X-Feel pattern on www.babolat.jp!

    Have a nice day^^
     
  18. Mark A

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    Actually you're right:eek:, but the important thing about doing a one-piece top-down is the 20 mains; the patterns are the same in this respect.
     
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    A Babolat pattern in Japanese? Right, I guess we r really getting international here. When U said translate I went to see, thinking it is in French, I can therefore help, But then U r in Canada and probably can do it too.
    Now if my memory is right, u re-start at the bottom for the crosses and work to the top. Cheers......
     

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