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    BG6 is the China-made equivalent of the BG66. I have never tried it personally but a few friends who did claimed it played the same as the BG66. I personally use the BG80 and will highly recommend that too. If you want fantastic repulsion, BG66 (or BG6) is likely the best. BG80 struck a good balance for me between good repulsion, slice control and durability. Check out Dink's string review on the string's forum.

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    Default Agree !! BG80

    I agree BG80 seems to get the best combination for APACS racket. I remove NG95 and restrung with BG80 and surprisingly the control and power are quite different. I play much better with it.

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    i stil like to stick with BG66...i like sharp =D

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    BG66, gauge size is 0.66mm. i do felt this string can perform very sharp drop and smash, but it is a very slim string (compare BG80 or 65....), easily broke.

    BG6, is more similar with BG65 ( both have size 0.70mm). both have same "hand feel" during stroke play. the only difference is the price...

    haven't try BG80, so no comment for it.
    currently use APACS ELITE (1 is 0.66mm & 0.70mm ). the slim one make better "feel". but it sound weird ( YONEX BG66 had a sharp sound, Apacs sound like low tension feel).

    RSL, tried once. broke after few strokes, i can't say it is bad quality, maybe others factor effect this. but, 1st time use end up with this reputation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AmourAce1000 View Post
    BG66, gauge size is 0.66mm. i do felt this string can perform very sharp drop and smash, but it is a very slim string (compare BG80 or 65....), easily broke.

    BG6, is more similar with BG65 ( both have size 0.70mm). both have same "hand feel" during stroke play. the only difference is the price...

    haven't try BG80, so no comment for it.
    currently use APACS ELITE (1 is 0.66mm & 0.70mm ). the slim one make better "feel". but it sound weird ( YONEX BG66 had a sharp sound, Apacs sound like low tension feel).

    RSL, tried once. broke after few strokes, i can't say it is bad quality, maybe others factor effect this. but, 1st time use end up with this reputation.
    Are you sure that BG6 is 0.70mm? Cause I'm using BG6 and it 0.66mm...
    Last edited by singchaii; 10-27-2008 at 03:44 AM.

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    as i know ...BG9 also 0.66mm...and my fren saying that BG9 = china and BG66 = japan

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    BG6(china) = BG66

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    I thinking to remove my stock grip on my nano900 and replace with karakal PU grip. Do you think ti will effect the racket balance point?

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    has anyone tried Apacs Furious 665 Special Edition?? how issit?? couldn't find it anywhere in the internet...

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    dear all....can any recommend me a racquet which is the stiffness like Edgesaber 10 and slightly more head heavy than Edgesaber 10.the weight the best is 4U2G.please advise

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    Yeah, that's why I added lead tape to my ES10... but then no more 4u adi...

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    I went to the APACS canada site and all the rackets seem to be G2... anyone find the G2's too think? I use G4's with one overgrip normally... i'd really like to try apacs but... g2... is abit extreme... unless the number means something different to yonex

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    Quote Originally Posted by gumpy_999 View Post
    I went to the APACS canada site and all the rackets seem to be G2... anyone find the G2's too think? I use G4's with one overgrip normally... i'd really like to try apacs but... g2... is abit extreme... unless the number means something different to yonex
    A G2 for APACS is like a G5 for Yonex I believe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hoiboy79 View Post
    A G2 for APACS is like a G5 for Yonex I believe.
    OH... awesome thanks heaps

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    Quote Originally Posted by YCH79 View Post
    dear all....can any recommend me a racquet which is the stiffness like Edgesaber 10 and slightly more head heavy than Edgesaber 10.the weight the best is 4U2G.please advise

    u can try Apacs Nano 900 White which give slightly head heavy and APacs Nano 900 RED is head heavy... =D both is 4U racket

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    Apacs nano 900 white is good. haha.. I remove the stock grip, stick wire tape on the handle and then put on karakal PU.. More thin grip, more power? It work to me. Now next target gonna get AMP95.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chongkiatz View Post
    u can try Apacs Nano 900 White which give slightly head heavy and APacs Nano 900 RED is head heavy... =D both is 4U racket
    yah yah, nano900 red is good... It works better for me compared to my previous proace and protech version of yonex NS9000... I dunno wad sizing system apacs use.. so think for those wanna buy.. try the racket first then buy..

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