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Inconsistency in String Tension Specifications

Discussion in 'Badminton String' started by budi, May 26, 2001.

  1. budi

    budi Guest

    From the yonex web site, the string tension for :
    Ti10 : main - 16-18lbs
    cross - 18-20lbs

    IsoTiSPSX : main - 16-18lbs
    cross - 18-20lbs

    And from the Canada Yonex catalog:
    Ti10 : main - 20-22lbs
    cross - 22-24lbs
    IsoTiSPSX : main - 20-22lbs
    cross - 22-24lbs

    It seems that the string tension specifications in the yonex web site is 4 lbs lighter than the catalog for all racquets. Which source is more accurate ???
     
  2. Ricky

    Ricky Regular Member

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    Is it because the difference b/w 2U and 3U ?
     
  3. budi

    budi Guest

    Nope, esp IsoTiSPSX, it only comes in one weight class (no 2U or 3U)
     
  4. PK

    PK Guest

    where did you get the Canada Yonex catalog? How can I get one?
     
  5. cooler

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    there was a debate on whether SP are weaker than non SP rackets. Maybe this difference tell us something. Hmmm. maybe.
     
  6. harry

    harry Guest

    how come on 'my' canada yonex catalog the recommended string tensions are the same as the yonex website tensions you provided?
     
  7. May

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    Different Edition?????
     

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