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Which yonex strings are similar?

Discussion in 'Badminton String' started by New_Guy04, Jun 17, 2004.

  1. New_Guy04

    New_Guy04 Regular Member

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    yeah, so which yonex strings have a similar feel, touch and control? (the power doesn't matter much.) if i could try all the yonex strings, i could tell which ones have a similar feel, but i'm tight on budget and i dun have taht time to wait for my strings to break so that i could check out other ones. if the strings were managed by groups, what would it be like? my knowledge is....

    Group A A lil' bit of group A and B Group B

    BG 65 BG65 ti BG 88ti
    BG 70 pro BG 80 BG 85
    BG 68 ti
    BG 66

    i know these are not all the yonex strings, and i'm not sure if the table above is accurate, so plz add or correct me!
     
  2. dragon62

    dragon62 Regular Member

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    every string that yonex makes labels all the stringing qualities from control, feel, material, power, and if its meant for feather/nylon birds information.
     
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    New_Guy04 Regular Member

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    Group A------------A lil' bit of group A and B-------------Group B

    BG 65 BG65 ti BG 88ti
    BG 70 pro BG 80 BG 85
    BG 68 ti
    BG 66


    this is what i meant....:D the table was kinda screwd...
     
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    Feng_MP-100 Regular Member

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    what kind of strings is for nylon birds? and what kind of strings is for feather birds?:confused:
     
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    herovc Regular Member

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    i dun know what u mean?
    What's "group A.........group A/B.......group B" something like that. Can you explain more? ;)

    vc
     
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    Another way to group them would be by thickness:):

    0.70mm: BG65, 65Ti, and BG70Pro
    0.68mm: BG68Ti and BG80
    0.67mm: BG85
    0.66mm: BG66
     
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    New_Guy04 Regular Member

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    SORRY!!!~~ i'm really bad at this...

    Group A------------A lil' bit of group A and B-------------Group B

    BG 65 --------------------BG65 ti ----------------------BG 88ti
    BG 70 pro ------------------BG 80 ----------------------BG 85
    --------------------------------------------------------BG 68 ti
    --------------------------------------------------------BG 66


    here, tha's better. ignore the dashes, those are only there so that the table won't collapse (AGAIN), just pretend their not there.

    btw there's no meaning of group A or B. i just read a bunch of reviews and with the opinions of ppl, i thought these were the strings that had teh same feeling as the others in its group. for example, bg 65 and bg 70 pro (as i read in reviews) had a similar feeling ( of course not the same, but w/e) however, something like bg 85 had a much different feeling than bg 65. and bg 80 felt kinda like bg 65 and bg 85, so i put it in the A lil' bit of group A and B group. hope i make sense...
     

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