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    cheers great info i shall do as u instruct and inform you in a week or so when iv had chance to get used to it

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    W7 actually guaranties tension up to 31lbs not 30lbs

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    While i was back in indo,i strung my AT800OF and MP100 at 28,29lbs.And do u know what the stringer said to me?He said,do u prefer to strung ur racket at this low tension?N i said,what??Is 28 considered low to u ppl?N he said,well..if ppl play with such a high end racket,they used to pull around 30lbs.

    For my self,i consider 28 above is high tension.30 is the best..but i never wanted to string my own racket at 30,since it's preety risky.28 is good for me.

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    The effective tension is different for different stringing patterns. For the same tension, the 1-pc pattern has the lowest effective tension in the critical sweetspot area. Yonex's new stringing pattern is slightly better, but the best is the old Yonex stringing 2-pc pattern. Its playability life also somewhat reflects its stringing pattern. If you string 1-pc, which invariable also means stringing the crosses from the bottom and ending with a tie-off knot at the top, it is best to restring after no more than one week.

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