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New stringing pattern?

Discussion in 'Badminton Stringing Techniques & Tools' started by silentheart, Aug 2, 2006.

  1. silentheart

    silentheart Regular Member

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    To all you great stringer out there,

    I was looking around YY US website earlier and found something interesting.
    1) YY actually post their recommended stringing pattern on the web.
    2) Take a look at the following link, NS9K has different (sort of) stringing pattern.
    http://www.yonexusa.com/badminton/badminton_strings.cfm#ns9000

    Just a note for you all.

    Have a nice week!
     
  2. DinkAlot

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    Thanks for the info, here are the string patterns:

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  3. LazyBuddy

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    Looks like pretty much same as NS7k,8k pattern, just 1 more cross on the top. :rolleyes:
     
  4. malayali

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    Actually, No...
    If you look at the picture closely, for the NS9000(for the mains), it says go through B12 directly to A16 & then to A14..
    Whereas for the NS8000 & NS7000, it says go through B12 directly to A15 & then straight to A13....
    The same difference in the crosses too....

     
  5. silentheart

    silentheart Regular Member

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    Hi LB,

    Both are 22MX21C. I think the grommet positions are different for NS9K. I will take some pictures when I get mine. (or some one can post them before me too)
     
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    Really. I thought NS9K has 22C. Time to go back to grade 1, and re-learn how to count. :D

    Or, maybe Yonex decided to move the top cross more upward, to avoid the string easy breakage issue? :rolleyes:
     
  7. silentheart

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    Or, maybe Yonex decided to move the top cross more upward, to avoid the string easy breakage issue? :rolleyes:[/quote]

    I think you are right on the point;)
     
  8. Neil Nicholls

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    you can see this in the instructions for the crosses:

    NS9000: start crosses from B9, keep stringing until A7
    NS8000: start crosses from B9, keep stringing until A8

    (depends where exactly the holes are, of course, but you would expect NS9000 A7 to be nearer the top than NS8000 A8)
     
  9. LazyBuddy

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    Now with more space between crosses in the middle (e.g. sweet spot), in theory, the NS9k is more toward "smashing happy" than other models. ;)
     

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