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Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by azndragon108, Mar 14, 2004.
What is the optimal power for a yonex mp100?
however much you put into it. a racket has not power.
im sorry, i meant wut is the optimal tension for a yonex mp100? sry for ur inconvenince.
Is that your lucky number Kwun?
Do you paint the air jordan logo onto your strings?
What about AT500?
Can anyone tell me the optimal power for AT500~?!?
Interesting, do you think each particular racket has a "perfect" particular tension to go with it or something?
Oh boy, here we go again !
Optimal tension is all dependent on the player's ability, string type and all other factors combined. There's no real "optimal" tension for a racket. 23lbs maybe too low for international players, perfect for intermediate players and too high for beginners.
I can tell you out of my 10+ MP100 customers that I string for, each of them have different definition of what an "optimal" tension is for them. For me personally, nothng less than 25lbs+ is optimal. My doubles partner using same racket find 21.5bs perfect for him.
For most people I string for, 23lbs is pretty close to ideal.
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