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Thread: Rackets and string variation.
07-14-2004, 04:15 AM #1
Rackets and string variation.
For example, when I was using ti-10s (RIP) I liked the tension at 23lbs with bg85. But i just strung my at800 0f with the same set up and its not nearly as good as 75ti @ 23lbs. Same with the at800df. As for the MP90, I`ve only strung at 23lbs with 75ti, so I have no frame of referance. And I have tried my friends ti-10 strung at 23lbs with 75ti and didn`t like it nearly as much as bg85 @ 23lbs.
So..... does anyone else like a specific string and tension for some rackets but not others? Or do you string the same tension and string for all your rackets?
07-14-2004, 04:51 AM #2
The characteristic of the players and the strings are different.
I strung my MP99 with BG-65 at 10 kg (lbs ?), but at 9 kg if I use BG-85.
I strung my MP100 and AT-700 with BG-65 at 10 kg.
07-14-2004, 05:13 AM #3
1 kg = 2.2 pounds,
Therefore 10 kg tension is 22 pounds, quite normal.
I personally string all my racquets at around 25 lbs or tension 70 where I am which is the same (aka tension 70 = 25 pounds) using the same string, BG 66.
I use this for all my racquets, whether it's mp 23 or the cab8600 light, and they all feel the same. I usually focus more on my game than the equipment. Concentrate on the game not the racquet.
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