Badminton Stringing Pattern ?... all models

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  1. rbynck

    rbynck Regular Member

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    I just received a "Victor Jetspeed S 06 A". Have never seen this model before. It seems that I can do a standard YY pattern for the mains, however it has, what looks to be, shared holes at B/b6, B/b8 and B/b9. How would you do a 2-piece job on this?
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    Good question. I think I would skip the bottom cross to open the grommet up.
     
  3. rbynck

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    So start tie-off 6, start at 9? :) I just tried putting a piece of string in 9 and it just looks like another is needed in 8 :/
     
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    Either that or try to do 2 knots on the same grommet?
     
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    Haha ok, I think I will go for the standard YY pattern :D What is up with Victor rackets and their weird stringing patterns btw? The two middle mains are tilted inwards. Only "normal" racket I've encountered has been the Jetspeed S12/10.
     
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    Don't mind about the mains. The middle mains should come out straight. It's just the picture which put in the strings digital. Don't mind about that. I recommend to insert U-grommets around the t-joint, if you get this racket.
     
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    I got a string job for it tomorrow and I already did, but thanks for the advice! Would you also go with a standard YY patern? :)
     
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    What else? :D Haribito is not worth the hassle, simple 1-piece and dealing with additional 5m on one side of the mains?-Nah. If the pattern don't require 1-piece - everything goes YY.
     
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    Haha I get what you mean, however 1-piece could start at 8, which YY can't :)
     
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    The pattern used on tai tzu ying racket, is it simply just a skip on the 3rd cross?
     
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    Yes. An old school stringing gimmick without any effect whatsoever (says even her dad who is stringing her rackets that way). This has been discussed about a dozen times in various threads already.

    There's one tiny advantage I can see: You can avoid threading two possibly nasty shared grommets there.
     
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    Any specific for Mizuno Product, please?
     
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    Is the pattern for the ZF and ZF2 the same?
     
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    Exact same pattern :) Reverse outer mains, tie off at 8th, start crosses at 9th with tie off at 6th. Tie off at the top at 5th :)
     
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    We recently purchased a z-strike which the vendor strung differently than the Yonex recommended pattern. Going clockwise from the top right ours has knots/tie offs at a5, b8, b8 and b9. The recommended pattern has one at b6. Does this have any impact on performance, structural integrity of the frame, string life, etc?
     
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    A picture of the string job would be nice :)
     
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    According to a stringer, 2 knots give a larger sweetspot compared to 4knots?

    Is tht true?
     
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    Simple answer: No, it's not.
     
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    Can anyone share the pattern for the Victor Thruster K7000S?
     

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