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01-27-2009, 07:23 PM #1
Fake Yonex Nanospeed 7000 - Restring?
Is there anything against it? Would restringing it be better?
01-27-2009, 09:13 PM #2
- you have no idea if it will take the restring. it could break. the list goes on. do whatever you want. if you restring yourself, heck, give it a try. however, if you pt 13+ for labor and more for string, you might as well save for a bit longer, and try to purchase a genuine racket. doesn't have to be yonex.
that is my two cents.
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01-27-2009, 11:39 PM #3
well if you like how the racket feels, sure why not? no harm in doing so.
but if u have this phobia for fakes and dont feel that it'd perform to ur expectations then its up to u.
IMHO, play around with the racket, see if u like it, then if u think it performs the way u want it to, keep using it and string it to ur personal preference. GL
01-28-2009, 05:06 AM #4
Based on your location (somewhere), I can't give you any opinion. For your concern, since I'm thinking positive mostly xD, restringing fake doesn't mean destroying it, there are some good fake out there. So what do you think of your fake is important.
Second, the price for the string should be counted in too. If you live in countries with high GNP, I'd say you'd expect very expensive restringing cost. This way, I'd ask you, do you like the feel of your fake racket? If you don't then, consider putting it into a display, since it really doesn't worth it. There are many low end racket from varying manufacturer, which might give you better feel. If you like it, why not? Use it till it's last breath
01-28-2009, 09:09 AM #5
i know people who have fake racquets who actually prefer them over the originals, it's all a matter of personal choice. they've restrung those racquets numerous times now with no problems, although i don't know what tensions they are on.
01-28-2009, 10:35 AM #6
Re-string is like memory upgrade for PC, it's the cheaper way to boost up the performance. Depend on the quality (and price) of your racket, you need to make a decision how much you willing to spend and how high of tension you want to try.
Overall, yes, it worth to take a try. Whether the end result will make you satisfy, it depends.
01-28-2009, 10:51 AM #7
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