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    Question Stringing ......

    Hello Friends ....

    I have Yonex Arc Saber 10 racket, so plz friends tel me the best one string for this racket.... i am using BG 65 i am not satisfied wits this string.


    My game is wristy, power,
    dissipative....


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    There is no such thing as a string and racket combo. The string you choose depend on what you want.
    Power, Control, Durability or Sound?

    What is your problem exactly?

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    Quote Originally Posted by phandrew View Post
    There is no such thing as a string and racket combo. The string you choose depend on what you want.
    Power, Control, Durability or Sound?

    What is your problem exactly?
    Power and Control on my racket.. arc saber 10 ......

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    Have you used the search function?

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    BG66, BG80 or BG85 will suit you.

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    BG65Ti strings aren't that bad. Lots of people hate them but I have used them in the past and thought they were great. Lovely sound, they hold tension reasonably well and are hard to break. Oh and I string at 28Lbs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danstevens View Post
    BG65Ti strings aren't that bad. Lots of people hate them but I have used them in the past and thought they were great. Lovely sound, they hold tension reasonably well and are hard to break. Oh and I string at 28Lbs.
    BG65Ti lack control so it isn't the string for krunal_rider

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    i use bg85. great control. you'll notice it has a bit of texture to it when you glide your finger over it. power is ok as well although any string can deliver good power if you have a good smash.

    bg66 is also good cause its thinner so you can feel more of the shuttle. downside is it breaks easily especially if youre using a high tension.

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