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    Default Maximum/Ideal string tension for Yonex Nanospeed 9900 3u?

    Hi, Im using a nanospeed 9900 at the moment but im not sure about what string tension (or string type) i should use. I feel that my racquet strings slightly lack power, and i could tell cos my friend had the same racquet but i could smash alot faster and clear with less effort when using his. Could someone reccomend an ideal string tension for this racquet and string type if possible? thanks!

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    your using what string and tension?

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    hey drifit, im currently using purple yonex bg 65 strung at 24 lbs.

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    damn me...... i must be hungry that time.
    i mean what is your friend using, string and tension?

    bg65@24lbs
    dont get angry, string use by old man.

    for bg65, this string will loose tension very fast. to fully utilize this string, pre-stretch and string it to minimum 26-28lbs.

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    yeah i absolutely hate the strings i have now haha.

    i realised it lost tension after the first 2 days

    i cant remember what strings my friend had think it was one of the nanogy, not sure about the tension but must have been pretty high ^^I think im gonna cut these ones and was considering either bg 80 or nbg 95 (we dont get 98 here) not sure about what tension though if i were to get one of them?

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    Instead of asking us, your best bet is asking your friend: what string and tension. And maybe even which stringer...

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    i already asked him and he says he doesnt know and he changed his strings to! now they arent as good

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    ic, too bad...

    since you play feathers, bg80 at 22x24 lbs would be a good start, and still be within your racket's warranty

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    yeah bg 80 at 24 lbs was what i was looking at, sounds good. thanks

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    anyone will recommend BG65Ti @ 24lbs?

    I'm currently on BG80 @ 21lbs and I feel the lack of pwr and snd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lesbee View Post
    anyone will recommend BG65Ti @ 24lbs?

    I'm currently on BG80 @ 21lbs and I feel the lack of pwr and snd.
    BG65Ti aren't highly recomended, you probably should try BG80 @ 24lbs and see how it goes.

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    Thanks for the suggestion!!!

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    BG-65 Ti's ideal tension is around 33 lbs . . .

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    my BG80 is strung at 21lbs, so if I have to restring it to 24lbs, do i purchase new strings or the old ones can be reuse?
    Sorry for such a noob question~

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete LSD View Post
    BG-65 Ti's ideal tension is around 33 lbs . . .
    only you have the ability to use 33lbs of tension with BG65ti, 33lbs is just unreal for me, and for most players.

    Basically unless you are Pete, or a Thomas Laybourn, don't use 33lbs+ out of interest what is the highest tension you have ever used ?

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    36 lbs, adjusted crank .

    Quote Originally Posted by LD rules! View Post
    only you have the ability to use 33lbs of tension with BG65ti, 33lbs is just unreal for me, and for most players.

    Basically unless you are Pete, or a Thomas Laybourn, don't use 33lbs+ out of interest what is the highest tension you have ever used ?

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    about .... 31... mwahhahahahahahaha,.......wait..... 35's going to wreck your racket.... like for real....

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