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microlegend or powergut 66

Discussion in 'Badminton String' started by warlord, Apr 18, 2006.

  1. warlord

    warlord Regular Member

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    guys, i would like to ask for your opinion and experience regarding what string to buy. i like a string that would give me additional power at the same time good for control.
     
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    anarkia Regular Member

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    from my experience....hmm you try the powergut.

     
  3. jayes

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    Since you did not mention about durability, my suggestion is to try both which one works better for you. The key is try different tension while others stay the same, ie pattern, stringer, etc.

    Cheers. :)
     
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    Try PowerGut 65

    Maybe you should try the Powergut 65. It's a little thicker, but the feel is about the same, and it's more durable. I just recently switched from Yonex strings to The Powergut and I'm really happy with it's performance.
     
  5. CoolDoo6

    CoolDoo6 Regular Member

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    If you use MicroLegend XL and get the tension right, the string can give you more power than you need. But it is very expensive to get the tension right - same is true for any string.
     

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