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    Great advice kwun.

    And thanks for the reply Blitzzards.

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    Sorry for the newbie question, but does the different stringing pattern recommended by yonex makes that much difference to the racket performance if strung differently? Is it just to make stringing easier?

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    Quote Originally Posted by p2user View Post
    Sorry for the newbie question, but does the different stringing pattern recommended by yonex makes that much difference to the racket performance if strung differently? Is it just to make stringing easier?
    Performance wise, probably not, stringing wise, will depend on individual stringer and equipment which is easier.

    Following Yonex pattern though will give them one less reason to reject your racket for a replacement should it break.

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    Quote Originally Posted by swunk View Post





    on VT80 the second knot is very small and hides inside A5 grommet if I name it corretly
    The stringing pattern of VT80 is just the simplest stringing pattern that preweave all the mains and crosses. Tensioning the mails from one side to another side, then crosses from bottem to top. Such a stringing process is not recommended for higher tension stringing work. On the other hand, The stringing pattern of Arc11 is far better, could be SZ or Gosen professional pattern not very sure from the photo, tensioning mains from center to both sides. Should be consider as a more proper stringing process. The later stringer is better and skillful, also the racket strung is better playable.

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    I think I know what happened here:

    There are 2 different patterns used and it could related to how the stringer deals with the last few mains on the sides.

    Recall that the Yonex stringing pattern asks us to go from B9 to B12 (which you see in one of your racquets), but for the other racquet, it may be that the stringer when from B9 - B10 - B12 (which would explain the long path traveled by the string along the outside of the frame).

    Not sure if that makes sense?

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