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    Default Ti 10- strings and tension?

    hey everybody,

    i recently picked up a Ti-10 Gen 3, at my local badminton shop. I play alot of badminton but i dont know much about strings. I am a singles player who smahes very rarely and i win most of my games by just dropping and playing the net. What kind of stings should i be getting and at what tension???

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    what were your strings before?
    I would also like to recommend PG65or 66 neon. very grippy strings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jymbalaya View Post
    what were your strings before?
    I would also like to recommend PG65or 66 neon. very grippy strings.
    ive only played with bg 65
    nothing too fancy

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    tension would be great as well.
    Also think about BG66. Powerful and amazing control. however, durability suffers. greatly.
    Also think about BG 80. another all around string.

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    i have bg 85 on mine. is your ti sp coded? if it's cdn authorized store they shouldn't be selling them

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    make sure your stringer is careful while stringing the racket, the Ti-10 is easy to break if not strung carefully.

    Trying BG85 @ 24lbs would be a safe bet, adjust your tension accordingly on your next restring.

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    I strung mine with BG66 at 28..doing good,with that crisp sound in every hits..hehe

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    wow..strung at 28? you have very strong arm i believe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrishin View Post
    i have bg 85 on mine. is your ti sp coded? if it's cdn authorized store they shouldn't be selling them
    yah mine's SP coded i dont think they sell the CD coded ones cause they never sold them in Canada

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ar Dan View Post
    make sure your stringer is careful while stringing the racket, the Ti-10 is easy to break if not strung carefully.

    Trying BG85 @ 24lbs would be a safe bet, adjust your tension accordingly on your next restring.
    k ill look out for that

    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by IntenseAsian View Post
    yah mine's SP coded i dont think they sell the CD coded ones cause they never sold them in Canada
    Can I ask where in Toronto you got it from? The local stores I've been to don't carry this racket.

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    mjstrings.ca???

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluecraze07 View Post
    Can I ask where in Toronto you got it from? The local stores I've been to don't carry this racket.
    if you are willing to hike out to markham head out to first markham place at yo's badminton they have a ti-10 there for 170 and srings included. The service is not wonderful but they do the job right tax included

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    It's still cheaper to buy from Hong Kong even if you add the shipping cost and Paypal fee : P

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    Just stick to BG65 since you've used it before. As far as tension goes, it all depends on the person. I normally string at 26lbs, but that's just my preference.

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    i got a ti10(3) since its a balance racquet i prefer it around 24lbs
    got a ti10(1) head heavy, worked better with 28lbs but thats just me =]

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    i have 2 ti10, one (2) another is (3).
    ti10 (3) string at 28lbs- 3 months-string still ok
    ti10 (2) string at 26 lbs-1 month- tension dropped...
    restring at 27 lbs- 1 month-tension dropped again....
    i just wonder....whether is the racquet problem or the
    shop....ti10 (3) string at shop A, while ti10 (2), 2 times string at shop B...
    usage wise, both also I used regularly.....
    FYI, i use BG66....please advise, where is the problem?

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