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String Help needed

Discussion in 'Badminton String' started by nikhit5, Apr 9, 2011.

  1. nikhit5

    nikhit5 Regular Member

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    Hello guys,
    I have been using Li-ning N90 II
    can anyone suggest me which li-ning strings are best and what tension is best or
    which yonex string is best and must be kept at what tension.????

    With Regards,
    Nick
     
  2. phandrew

    phandrew Regular Member

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    The search function is a nice place to start.

    Your questions is like asking I have a Lamborghini and which colour will make it fastest and look best.
     
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    Bought an n50 II for my wife. She tried it with zymax at 24lbs (I think this is the string that is supplied with Li-ning in the UK) an didn't like it. I strung it with Bg80 at 24lbs and she was very happy. I got a HC1100a tried it with BG68ti my favourite string and it didn't suit. Tried the BG80 at 24lbs and it just seemed perfect and easy to play with.

    Hope this helps.
     
  4. nikhit5

    nikhit5 Regular Member

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    @phandrew heheheehhehe actuallly i am selling it so i have to make it perfect for the customer....
    @toomanyraquets hey bro thanks for the advice...... btw did you exceed your tension to 27 or 28 lbs???? if not try it.... its superb feeling at that amount of tension !!!
     
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    Then ask what the customer wants. Simple.
     

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