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reccomendation ? Such rackets ?

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by the4$, Mar 18, 2005.

  1. the4$

    the4$ Regular Member

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    Hey guyz, i wonder if ya guyz can recceomend a string. Okay let me start, i juz strung a bg85 at 22 pound. And i think it is too weak, i mean i would like it to be able to hit harder, any reccomendation besides bg66/85 ? i uses a carbonex 20 (orignal) and MP100. Ohh yah i also wonder if this is possible, a mp100 with numbers for the date when it is created and the country, however it does not have a serial number. And at the back of the racket where the yonex sign is, there a CH and a numbers. I bought it in china. Is it fake ?
     
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    Yes, sorry but your racquet is fake.

    You should try bg 68ti at 23 lbs. I tried it and loved the power and control.

    Btw, lower tension = more power, higher tension = more control.
     
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    ohh, beside bg68ti ? how about bg 65 ?
     
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    the4$ Regular Member

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    hey couldn;'t edit so, i mean what about the BG 65ti ?
     
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    BG 85 is fine. I don't think changing to other strings will help add much power. There may be a psychological effect though.
     
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    the4$ Regular Member

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    huh ? dun get ya
     
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    I mean, if you change the strings and find increased power in your smash, there could be two reasons for this:

    1) the actual string itself, or,
    2) your mind says to itself "new strings=more power in smash" so then you hit harder
     
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    lol...i c...but gg 85 is a new string too...so what string do u think will do beside 85 ?
     
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    BG85 is one of the most powerful string in yonex...
    If you think BG85 is too weak, then probably your form isn't right perhaps?
     
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    Is it really true that lower tension=more power , higher tension=more control ??

    If that's the case then i should string it at lower tension
     
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    Lots of debate already on that subject... It depend on your arm.
     
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    Err can you post a link of any thread that talks about this? I'm interested in knowing the benifits of stringing the strings tighter...
     
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    emm. dun think my form has something wrong....anywayz. i tired bg 68ti at 24 pound, and it is good for ma, good [ppower etc
     

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