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Is possible customize the MX80 string pattern?

Discussion in 'Badminton String' started by fmqpt791004, Jan 8, 2012.

  1. fmqpt791004

    fmqpt791004 Regular Member

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    I personally don't like the 80 holes pattern of Meteor X80.
    Is it possible to change the string pattern?
    Can I apply different string pattern on MX80?
    like 76holes pattern or 72 holes pattern
     
  2. kwun

    kwun Administrator

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    why don't you like the 80 holes pattern? if you don't like it, then why buy the MX80? :confused:
     
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    If you don't like 80 holes pattern of Meteor X80 then why don't you try any another string. I don't think customizing MX80 sting pattern will get any effective work, it can only waste your money and efforts.
     
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    don;t know about custom stringing patterns. But since it is 80 holes, it is suppose to feel stiffer than the 72 and 77 hole rackets on the same tension.

    So you can always string it 1-2lbs lower to get your old feeling back.
     
  5. dunmaster

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    are you talking about using 4-knot method, instead of 2-knot, or something else?
     

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