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String For ArcSaber 7

Discussion in 'Badminton String' started by cool123456, Aug 29, 2008.

  1. cool123456

    cool123456 Regular Member

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    Hi

    I got a ArcSaber 7 and I just want to ask which yonex String and Tension should be used on it.

    Thanks
     
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    max_cjs0101 Regular Member

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    It depends on your style of playing and which tension you fell comfortable playing in.
    For instance,i used to string my racquets at 25LBS but i dont feel good playing using that tension.I'd prefer 23-24LBS now.
    So,it all depends on yourself.:)
    BTW,if you need a good repulsion string,there's always the BG66 and if you prefer your strings to last longer,use a BG65.
     
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    Athelete1234 Regular Member

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    Try 22lbs with BG80 if you dunno what tension to use. It's safe, works good for like everybody, and powerful.
     
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    heard BG6 is good too... if you are looking for tension between BG66 and BG65.
    Its thinner than 65 and yet thicker than 66. In between. =) balance repulsion and wont break easily.,
    Try 23LBS
     
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    Athelete1234 Regular Member

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    BG66 is same diameter as BG6....0.66mm.
     
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    iszit? but the shop owner told me that its repulsion is better than 65 but not as good as 65
     
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    BG6 is the same as BG66 but is made in China instead of Japan
     
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    max_cjs0101 Regular Member

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    Not really.
    The material construction of BG 6 and BG66 differs so you cant say that they're the same except for the country of origin.BG6 has only Polymer Nylon Multifilament while BG66 uses High Polymer.And the outer material for BG66 is special braided high polymer nylon fibres while BG6 is not using the same high quality material.
    Thus,BG6 is NOT the same as BG66.Its for people who want better string repulsion while saving costs.
     
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    For bg 80 u must use min 28 pounds then only can feel abit if not its a waste =]
     
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    Maybe for you. Strings can be used at all tensions, and people always prefer strings of different tensions, so don't expect people to like your preferences too.
     
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    max_cjs0101 Regular Member

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    MUST according to who?
    String tension depends on the individual.
     

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