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perfect string to go with ti-10?

Discussion in 'Badminton String' started by harryc, Oct 26, 2008.

  1. harryc

    harryc Regular Member

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    i'm thinking of goin wih nbg98 at 26lbs. any other recommendations?
     
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    depends on playing style and what you look for in a string. bg80 is very good as is 85. also gotta go with ashaway micro power, but i got a feeling youre looking for yonex.
     
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    Just try out the nbg98. Most people love it.
     
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    I strung my Ti-10(Gen2) with ti-bg68, the feeling is so good. Especially smashing...
     
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    errrr just enjoy it :D i use NBG98 at 26 lbs at my Ti-10 2gen and it's feel good :)
     
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    I have my yellow Ti-10 with BG-85. It works very well with me. BG-80 is also another good choice for power with Ti-10
     

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