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    Hey I was thinking of what string to restring my 3u mp100 with...any suggestions that work well with the mp100? I want a very repulsive string...and plz give me a good tension to try out on the mp100 for power...
    I was thinking that i should string it with gosen aermet.
    does lees have this string?

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    Default Re: most suited string 4 mp100

    bg 70 strung at 35 lbs It does wonders to your game!

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    can the 3u mp100 really take 35lb? i'm scared of breaking it "[

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    I was being sarcastic, Shaun. To tell you the truth, MP 100 would probably take up to 40 lbs. From what I've gathered thus far, you've been playing since last fall and have switched from racquet to racquet on many occasions. String it to 24 lbs and play it safe. High tension is not for the weak at heart.

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    You got a Muscle Power 100 Shaun!? How much? Oh yeah..I got burned by a Civic today. The damn hater dusted my old V-6 Toyota Cressida. That guy cheated anyways, he had exhaust and all the doohickey stuff. I didn't floor it until he was like 50 feet away from me. I had a full car too, he just had one. If it was just his normal car, I can dust his ass. Anyways, considering you're still in high school, 70 Pro strings won't go bad because you're probably usiing nylon birds.

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    Yes, I'll soon get my Muscle Power 100....well..a NEW one..or should I just get another Ti-10?

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    Default Re: most suited string 4 mp100

    Do you still want them Prince rackets or what?

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    ya i'm using nylon birds but feathers occasionally cos i just love feathers.....nylon birds=poo compared to feather.
    haha nice race with the civic...must have been a pretty crap civic "] which one was it?
    bg70 is prolly wot i'm gonna go with

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    lol not anymore

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