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    Default Bg 70 Pro

    Is the Bg 70 Pro a good string with the Ti Swing Power Sx?
    How much is it in Canada? Is the bg 70 pro a more appropriate string than the ti strings?

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    Default Re: Bg 70 Pro

    ti strings are all hype... I've been playing with bg70s for years. It lasts long and it retains high tension. it's about $7 CAD.

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    Default Re: Bg 70 Pro

    and it's not slippery too.

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    holds tension REALLI well!

    after 20 hrs of play... 22+lbs drop down to about 19
    after 5 hrs of play... BG68Ti 22+lbs drop down to about 16 @@

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    I have it on my TiSp Sx. Have mine strung at 22-24 and its great. Really does hold the tension.

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    Default Re: Bg 70 Pro

    Well BG-70 is a good durability string. If you want perforamance, go with the Gosen Roots B505 string. It's made from synthetic gut.

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    Default Re: Re: Bg 70 Pro

    Originally posted by Don
    ti strings are all hype... I've been playing with bg70s for years. It lasts long and it retains high tension. it's about $7 CAD.
    Where can u buy bg 70 pro for 7 cad btw where do u live..i LIve in whitby, ontario

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    I've had these strings at 23lbs and it gave me great control and durability.

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    Default Re: Re: Bg 70 Pro

    Originally posted by Don
    ti strings are all hype... I've been playing with bg70s for years. It lasts long and it retains high tension. it's about $7 CAD.
    What makes you think it's all hype? Have you even ever tried them before??
    Regardless, u guys should try the BG88Ti strings.

    You'll then know what's the meaning of non slippery surface.

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    bg88ti is different from all other yonex ti strings, that's why

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    Default BG 88 Ti

    Cooler, ur damn right. These strings are great, for everything really.

    If anyone gets a chance, u should make sure u try them out!

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    Default yo sports or lees badminton

    ryvius, if you're lookin for bg70 strings plus the labour its $23 at either one of these shops in markham...

    you can find yo sports at first markham place and as for lees badminton you can visit their website

    www.leesbadminton.com

    good luck..... oh yea btw, yea bg70's are very good as i am using them on my MP77 and im lovin the feel of it... however i play strictly nylon birds so its better... its not a good feather bird string, kind of a weird dead feeling... yea ok that is all. cya later

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    Can someone from HK please find out for me what the current price of BG 70 is? my aunt (not a badminton player) went and looked for me and i told her to specifically say BG 70 pro and they told her its 100 dollars HK for it... Is that expensive? conversion to CAD thats like almost 15 dollars and string job with stirngs provided is only 22 bucks for me so I dunno seems wrong or something.

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