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Yonex String Chart

Discussion in 'Badminton String' started by calfunz, Mar 4, 2006.

  1. MasterChief

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    My racket came with NBG 95@24lbs but they CAME burst so now I have restrung it with BG-66 @24lbs. The NBG-95 were really thin anyway so they would have burst fast.
     
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    My racket is armortec 800 offensive. I used BG68Ti@22lbs I'm a hard hitter. Are that strings suitable for me? Any advices? I'm a intermediate player.
     
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    I found the NBG95 is the most durable string Yonex ever make.

    :)
     
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    Try the Yonex BG-37 ROFL!! :D
     
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    isn't BG37 like 0.83mm or something?
     
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    It is a 0.79mm string.
     
  7. phandrew

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    Some factory stings are probably thicker and last forever.
     
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    Where would MP25 stand in the chart, i bought the racket that alrdy came with BG65 string, but should i switch to BG80, or should i stay with BG65 for its durability while im still training with a coach.
     
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    i use BG 85 i thank it very nice for now
     
  10. Walter Lim

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    66 and tension

    I am using a arc saber 9 with bg66 tension upto 28lb. Using it for about 3 to 4 months. Has not snap yet. Does higher tension really mean miore power or is this just a myth?
    I am looking for a string/tension combination to give me more power as I am getting old and need all the advantage I can get. My smash are still pretty decent but need power to clear further from the back.:p
     
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    arc saber 9 just came out ? how can you been using for 3 or 4 month ?
     
  12. phandrew

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    I think it's the blue ARC9 which was a fake.
     
  13. Walter Lim

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    Must be the version before 9 then. Its red...
     
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    That's ARC10 not ARC9. ARC10 is red.
     
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    I love BG 80, since I a offensive player
     
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    Bg 80

    I love BG 80, since I am an offensive player
     
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    my first expensive raket

    i dont know if it is the right place 4 this post but the thing is that i have bought a yonex carbonex 8 raket.i just wanted to ask how good it is 4 me.well i am basically not a very attacking player and only play singles.You should take me as an intermediate player
     
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    Is thread is for string not rackets so your in the wrong place.
     
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    so unforgiving
    ok!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    anybody using nanogy 98 strings ?
     

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