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    Quote Originally Posted by drew tze en View Post
    I'm planning to mess around with strings and etc, I want to try and restrings my own rackets using my friends stringing machine
    Oh I see, I do want to get an stringing machine to string my own racquets but it's way to expensive at first and I know you do save lots of money from
    Like going to stringers. Maybe when I work or something hahaha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Exert View Post
    Oh I see, I do want to get an stringing machine to string my own racquets but it's way to expensive at first and I know you do save lots of money from
    Like going to stringers. Maybe when I work or something hahaha
    I want to try when I have time to learn how to do it
    It should be fun

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    Quote Originally Posted by drew tze en View Post
    I want to try when I have time to learn how to do it
    It should be fun
    Yeah it seems difficult, when I watch videos, I don't know how our stringers don't get tired of doing this all day? :0

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    Quote Originally Posted by Exert View Post
    Yeah it seems difficult, when I watch videos, I don't know how our stringers don't get tired of doing this all day? :0
    I'll be able to do one or two but I couldn't do it for a whole day

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    Quote Originally Posted by drew tze en View Post
    I'll be able to do one or two but I couldn't do it for a whole day
    Yes it takes a long time
    For even one, the experienced stringers complete it in like 40 minutes or so I think? So like we would be beginners it would probably take a few hours or so maybe LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Exert View Post
    Yes it takes a long time
    For even one, the experienced stringers complete it in like 40 minutes or so I think? So like we would be beginners it would probably take a few hours or so maybe LOL
    Apparently, it take about 2 hours at most, but I've been watching a lot of stringing videos and I know some techniques hahaha

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    Quote Originally Posted by drew tze en View Post
    Apparently, it take about 2 hours at most, but I've been watching a lot of stringing videos and I know some techniques hahaha
    Ah I see , hahaha I have watched a few stringing videos.., going badminton training today c ya later

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    Quote Originally Posted by Exert View Post
    Ah I see , hahaha I have watched a few stringing videos.., going badminton training today c ya later
    No worries

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    Quote Originally Posted by drew tze en View Post
    No worries
    Got used to my Arcsaber 009DX rated extra stiff today, I've been trying to use it with all my arm strength but I started snapping my wrist and it was pretty good. It's strung with ZM 67 25 lbs and now I like it (:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Exert View Post
    Got used to my Arcsaber 009DX rated extra stiff today, I've been trying to use it with all my arm strength but I started snapping my wrist and it was pretty good. It's strung with ZM 67 25 lbs and now I like it (:
    hahaha, thats really nice! Using your stiff with a stiff or extra stiff racket, you will be able to generate more power good for smashes

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    Quote Originally Posted by drew tze en View Post
    hahaha, thats really nice! Using your stiff with a stiff or extra stiff racket, you will be able to generate more power good for smashes
    AHHAAHA yes (""":, I can't use flex racquets like the VT 9 my nano speed 100 is rated flex but it seems stiff, flexible racquets bend too much. For me D:, I'm posting a video tomorrow since I'm going to a recreational centre with a couple of friends, I'll be able to ask them to record for me (:

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    Quote Originally Posted by drew tze en View Post
    hahaha, thats really nice! Using your stiff with a stiff or extra stiff racket, you will be able to generate more power good for smashes
    Tried the vt 70 at my training since I train with high schoolers and stuff, in a group, it felt too light and a tad too flexy and it wasn't head heavy enough for me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Exert View Post
    Tried the vt 70 at my training since I train with high schoolers and stuff, in a group, it felt too light and a tad too flexy and it wasn't head heavy enough for me
    I find the Voltric 70 okay, not my taste
    Stiff and head heavy rackets for me please

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    Quote Originally Posted by drew tze en View Post
    I find the Voltric 70 okay, not my taste
    Stiff and head heavy rackets for me please
    Hah same goes for me!, I wanted a medium stiff before and I figure I'm wrong I'm used to stiff and getting used to extra stiff

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    Quote Originally Posted by Exert View Post
    Hah same goes for me!, I wanted a medium stiff before and I figure I'm wrong I'm used to stiff and getting used to extra stiff
    the first racket I bought with my own money was a Nanospeed 800, it was headlight and stiff, after trying the Z-Slash, I started to like stiff shaft rackets You will get to realise your preferences as time goes on

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    Quote Originally Posted by drew tze en View Post
    the first racket I bought with my own money was a Nanospeed 800, it was headlight and stiff, after trying the Z-Slash, I started to like stiff shaft rackets You will get to realise your preferences as time goes on
    Oh I see,
    My first was a nanospeed 100 I started playing in grade 7 with factory strings so I didnt know anything til grade 8 :0

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    Quote Originally Posted by Exert View Post
    Oh I see,
    My first was a nanospeed 100 I started playing in grade 7 with factory strings so I didnt know anything til grade 8 :0
    hahaha I know how you feel :P
    but now having more knowledge getting rackets is easier than before

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