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    If you're lucky to have a Ti10 of any gen and wish to play it long it's strongly recommended not to string it at any tension higher than 24lbs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by andersen View Post
    If you're lucky to have a Ti10 of any gen and wish to play it long it's strongly recommended not to string it at any tension higher than 24lbs.
    I disagree the Ti-10 can easily 26 lbs, Played with mine for 7 months at 26 and its still in perfect condition. Hope to go up to 27-28 next week, I'll comment more when I try it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by andersen View Post
    If you're lucky to have a Ti10 of any gen and wish to play it long it's strongly recommended not to string it at any tension higher than 24lbs.
    Quote Originally Posted by canti View Post
    I disagree the Ti-10 can easily 26 lbs, Played with mine for 7 months at 26 and its still in perfect condition. Hope to go up to 27-28 next week, I'll comment more when I try it out.
    I agree with canti as my Ti-10s have been strung at a higher tension for a long period of time (both 2nd and 3rd gens) and nothing has happened. It all comes down to the stringer in my opinion.

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    24lbs is too long 26lbs is ok but don try any much higher, it is at your own risk

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    Quote Originally Posted by huangxl View Post
    24lbs is too long 26lbs is ok but don try any much higher, it is at your own risk
    never said it wasn't at our own risk but if you frequently clash or mishit, then I would highly recommended players to stay around 24lbs.

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    I personally strung my Ti10 at 26x28 lbs around one year alr. Everything is still fine, except i mishit and paint chip quite easily, but the frame is in gd condition.

    I do believe the stringing skills of the stringer does affect it.

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    just got Ti-10 gen 1 in a great shape, but unfortunately 2u g5, too heavy for me....how much the proper price for my racket?

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    Priceless........

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    Quote Originally Posted by huangxl View Post
    Don't go aove 26lbs. Constant stringing will cause the string to bite into the graphite. That's because yonex racket is quite fragile due to the graphite.
    Changing grommets more regularly can minimize the chance of this happening, but this is often the case for Yonex for the bottom mains. Armortec series is prone to this problem therefore Yonex Japan is releasing grommet strips for most of the newer (higher end/widely distributed) series AT/NS that have this problem.

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    I agree.

    I think the Ti-10s are pretty robust rackets. My two 2nd gen yellow Ti-10s are four years old and I string them 26-28lbs. I counted the number of paint chips on one of them, and there's more than 40 on the frame alone, and some of them are pretty deep grooves into the graphite, but the rackets haven't broken and play fine.

    I've just had a whole sack load of new strings delivered, so I'm gonna be stringing everything up to 30-32 lbs for fun 'cos I don't care about breaking strings now. I had one MP99 strung at 32 lbs before (with BG70 Pro) and I loved it.

    I'm sure the Ti-10s can take it.

    Quote Originally Posted by ryim_ View Post
    I agree with canti as my Ti-10s have been strung at a higher tension for a long period of time (both 2nd and 3rd gens) and nothing has happened. It all comes down to the stringer in my opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by david14700 View Post
    I agree.

    I think the Ti-10s are pretty robust rackets. My two 2nd gen yellow Ti-10s are four years old and I string them 26-28lbs. I counted the number of paint chips on one of them, and there's more than 40 on the frame alone, and some of them are pretty deep grooves into the graphite, but the rackets haven't broken and play fine.

    I've just had a whole sack load of new strings delivered, so I'm gonna be stringing everything up to 30-32 lbs for fun 'cos I don't care about breaking strings now. I had one MP99 strung at 32 lbs before (with BG70 Pro) and I loved it.

    I'm sure the Ti-10s can take it.
    Just make sure you don't clash at those tension :P

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    I am using 2pcs of Ti10 2nd Gen since June 2009 till now.
    Ti10 can take 30lbs without any problems.
    mishits, clashes, etc... still no problem.

    this racquet is a legend...!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmallGun View Post
    I am using 2pcs of Ti10 2nd Gen since June 2009 till now.
    Ti10 can take 30lbs without any problems.
    mishits, clashes, etc... still no problem.

    this racquet is a legend...!

    wow! you must be a lucky guys!

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    Ti-10 can easily strung above 24lbs and KKK/TBH strung at 28lbs/30lbs when they are using ti-10. i once own this racket (3rd gen) n strung at 26lbs and it was pretty good racket for me. But my racket broke on my fourth day i used this racket. It broke at the point of 5 o clock when i m taking a net shot. It sounds quite ridiculous but i have no reason telling lie here. I send it for a claim but they had rejected my claim n stating that i clashes my racket or had a strong impact on it. I believe and guess ti-10 nowdays are not that durable compare to previous time.

    Anyway buying racket are all depends on luck n the way u handle the racket. All of the yonex racket are recommended strung not more than 24lbs except arc-8dx. But as u can see most of the international players are strung above 30lbs. Although this is a great racket but yonex are no longer producing it to western countries while only in Asia and non of the international player are using it now. It either replace it with arc or ns.

    Cheers.

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    wow .... this is serious , i need to rethink about buying this racket ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by canti View Post
    I disagree the Ti-10 can easily 26 lbs, Played with mine for 7 months at 26 and its still in perfect condition. Hope to go up to 27-28 next week, I'll comment more when I try it out.
    absolutely agree
    currently using 3rd gen with 28lbs for 5 months
    clashed with partner at700 2 weeks ago
    but just a tiny tiny paint chip off, lucky lucky lol
    Last edited by Hpjohn76; 08-08-2010 at 01:07 PM.

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    by the way does anyone know if the first gen which were released before 2001 has a serial code?

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