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Titanium Pro 601 Super

Discussion in 'Badminton String' started by xia0.luRbe, Sep 29, 2008.

  1. xia0.luRbe

    xia0.luRbe Regular Member

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    Hello!

    I searched but there is no info at all for this racquet

    Yonex Titanium Pro 601 Super

    http://i153.photobucket.com/albums/s209/virginmario/YonexTitaniumPro601Super.jpg




    I got this from my darlingboyfriend :)

    Long story short,

    Its still factory setting (BG65 20pounds i think!)

    He keeps it because its his first ever




    I want to re-string the TitaniumPro601 for him :)

    But there's no info on this racquet!

    I asked my teamates and nobody knows about the racquet




    Can this racquet take 24pounds of tension? (his tension)

    I have spare BG-80 and BG 68-Ti

    I don't want it to break :)




    Oh to the guys,

    I am stringing it myself!

    Will he like it?​
     
  2. santaram

    santaram Regular Member

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    Can you give the weight of the racket it will be at end of plastic cap ie (2ug4).
    If it is 2U the Max it can take is 22to24, 3U 20to22.
     
  3. xia0.luRbe

    xia0.luRbe Regular Member

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    Oh! I unwrapped the grip.

    Turns out the grip was covering the "3U-G4"

    Is 22 a recommendation, or the limit?​
     
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    22 is usually the recommendation, but if you break it above 22, then i think it will be rather hard to claim warranty. Its should take 24lbs with no problems. Dont worry
     
  5. sifuyono

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    30lbs no problem either..... i've tried it before
     

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