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    Hmmm... seems I will go back to my beloved BG65 when this BG68Ti is done?

    Good, 1 more way to save $$$ now.

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    hey tom
    if you want a victor rack i would suggest the TI-1 it the one i prefer the most ... i tryed many of them and i find them most of the time head havy ... don't know if you like it but if you are looking for something light and strong it would be the good one my first experience with it was impressif i had good speed and decent power ..
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    and for those guys who are talking about strings ... well i played with all possible string that i could find... so this is how i would classifie the order
    1-yonex bg-66 with 0.66mm wich give amasing power decent control.
    2-ashaway rally 21 - 0.66mm master power but less control and short life
    3-yonex bg-80 0.68mm more powerfull then bg-65 average control med life time

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    Actually, BG-68 Ti is quite powerful if you string it to 26 lbs - 28 lbs on a crank stringing machine.

    Originally posted by ronk
    I don't find all that much power with the BG68Ti. I think that it does not have a good feel and it is not all that powerful. BG66 and BG65 seem more powerful.

    Ron

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    Pete wrote:

    Actually, BG-68 Ti is quite powerful if you string it to 26 lbs - 28 lbs on a crank stringing machine.
    Yes assuming you can play at such tensions and can afford to buy new rackets frequently. The BG68TI is a hard string and at 26lbs, it must be almost as hard as rubies. I do not have the physical strength nor good shoulder and elbow joints to play with the BG 68Ti at such tension. My poor arm will fall off my body. Anyway, the tension will last a few hours and then it will go down quite a bit quickly.

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    Well 28lbs might not be over doing it too much because those Ti strings loosen up pretty quick. It maybe perfect for feather if you really have the power to utilize it.

    PS, the Ashaway Rally 21 don't come in 0.66m flavours according to Ashaway's Site: Ashawayusa.com

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    Originally posted by Yodums
    Well 28lbs might not be over doing it too much because those Ti strings loosen up pretty quick. It maybe perfect for feather if you really have the power to utilize it.

    PS, the Ashaway Rally 21 don't come in 0.66m flavours according to Ashaway's Site: Ashawayusa.com
    Rally 21 = 21 gauge = 80mm

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    Humm, it's not so bad if it is a progressive string job. Let's give it a try!

    Originally posted by ronk
    Yes assuming you can play at such tensions and can afford to buy new rackets frequently. The BG68TI is a hard string and at 26lbs, it must be almost as hard as rubies. I do not have the physical strength nor good shoulder and elbow joints to play with the BG 68Ti at such tension. My poor arm will fall off my body. Anyway, the tension will last a few hours and then it will go down quite a bit quickly.

    Ron

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