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Iso string problem

Discussion in 'Badminton String' started by cec2c1, Apr 4, 2010.

  1. cec2c1

    cec2c1 Regular Member

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    Hi guys,i have a nanospeed 9900 stringed at 25lbs.I also have an oval racket stringed at 25lbs.I did search and i found out that oval racket will have a tighter string feel.My problem is that ,my nanospeed doesn't feel like it is stringed 25lbs the string is so loose:crying:is this normal.
     
  2. The Godfather

    The Godfather Regular Member

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    First we need to know what string.
    Keep in mind that all string streaches with time.
     
  3. cec2c1

    cec2c1 Regular Member

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    well the oval racket is stringed with BG 66 25lbs, after 3 weeks the tension is still strong,the nanospeed with a acepower (new brand) 0.66mm string just after restring the string is loose.
     
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    i would string it 2lbs higher than you want then it should fall to your desired tension
     
  5. cec2c1

    cec2c1 Regular Member

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    thanks.i think i will get nanospeed stringed at 27lbs or more
     
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    Iso racquets should be strung at about 2-3lbs higher tension than ovals. This is because ovals have a smaller stringbed area. Likewise if you have an iso with an enlarged frame, you should string it at about 1-2lbs higher tension than a standard iso.
     

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