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    Quote Originally Posted by Kelvin View Post
    you know its interesting you can find a string to stretch that much to 45lbs, on the ns9kx...

    considering you just posted this thread

    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...ad.php?t=43184
    hehe..great detective..revealing the truth..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smichz View Post
    LOL..45..if,the racket survived during the stringing process,then even a single musquito land will crack the whole thing badly..if u know what i mean..Man,tensions r not just numbers to play with..besides,why not 99lbs?
    Maybe if the frame was the thickness of 1 1/2 or twice the size of a tennis racket's.

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    oh,u inspirated me with that.A racket that can tie highest tension is the customised one.

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    I usually string my tennis rackets from 55lb to 60lb.......... 45lb for a thin 3U 4U badminton racket? Ell no! Not even a 2U.

    With the latest so-called 'computerised' stringing machine, the tension seems to be much higher and uniform than a normal manual machine. I don't know if any experienced stringer here would agree.
    Last edited by colekwok; 05-21-2007 at 11:01 AM.

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    The latest electronic machines are very good. But I still prefer good ole drop weights for pulling longer and therefore harder.

    Quote Originally Posted by colekwok View Post
    I usually string my tennis rackets from 55lb to 60lb.......... 45lb for a thin 3U 4U badminton racket? Ell no! Not even a 2U.

    With the latest so-called 'computerised' stringing machine, the tension seems to be much higher and uniform than a normal manual machine. I don't know if any experienced stringer here would agree.

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    SOTX WOVEN 16 Badminton Racket
    Woven with Super Carbon
    High Performance - Professional Grade !
    Guarantee to 35LB !!!
    Average Weight: 88g

    That will take some beating. Maybe Dill's Carlton can only beat this.

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    hmmmm....sounds nice stealthboy..how much is that?

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    It comes at a price $289.99. But I think it's worth it with it's Guarantee to 35LB !!! Free UPS GROUND Shipping..

    Strung with string of your choice:
    SOTX Ti-65 or Yonex BG-65 / BG-66
    Includes Thermal Racket Bag



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