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Which is the stiffest Yonex string?

Discussion in 'Badminton String' started by mongoose, Jun 4, 2002.

  1. mongoose

    mongoose Regular Member

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    In your personal opinion, which Yonex string is the stiffest (among those 0.68mm or thinner)?
     
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    Hey,

    from my experience, the bg68ti must be the stiffest yonex string from .68 below.

    remember the bg70pro from the old days? that used to be a REALLY stiff string. .70 though if i remember correctly

    greets
    Bokor
     
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    BG-68Ti(26 lbs or above)
     
  4. mongoose

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    Thanks guys!
    Based on your recommendations, I strung one of my Ti-10 with BG68Ti and my other Ti-10 with BG70Pro both at 25/26 lbs.

    Both strings are pretty stiff.
    The BG68Ti seems to give me a little more power from the baseline.
    It also feels better at the net.

    The BG70Pro lacks feel at the net.
    Not quite as powerful as the BG68Ti.
    But it should last longer though.

    Between the two, BG68Ti plays closer to BG66 that I'm very used to.
    (Probably because of the thin gauge).

    So based on initial impression, the BG68Ti may be my string of choice (at least until Cyber Natural Gut 100 or BG88Ti become available here in Singapore!).

    But time will tell which one holds tension better.

    Thanks again.
     

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