What is the highest stringing +lbs for Yonex Muscle Power 99?

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  1. WoRLd PeACe

    WoRLd PeACe Regular Member

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    Hi guys,

    Need help out here, my Muscle Power 99 rackets were strung last week and according to the lbs given on the racket which is 22lbs...

    What is the highest lbs for MP-99 can be strung ?
     
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    round about 36.2851230981 pounds.
     
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    alright...computerize? it won't break ? i am afraid of breaking...=)...Because i need a higher lbs in order to have a strong smashing...
     
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    im quite certain that it can take 35pounds+ but it will be dangerous.. lol
    btw you wouldnt even want to string it that high unless your playing at very high level...
     
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    Panda has strung an MP99 up to 34lbs. electronical constant pull (ECP). The racket wasn't very durable at that tension.

    Real world limit is about 31lbs. ECP
     
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    So anyone here would recommend the best lbs to stringing up? i am going for 26lbs...
     
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    Most racket can take the high tension. In reality, its the restringing part or the second stringing and above cycle that is going to break it. For international players, they will go high as they need the tension and then it'll break after a few use. They don't care much as they are sponsored. So, if you have the money and willing to take the risk. Go ahead and good luck. One little clash and adios. Stringers matters as well. ;) Most advance players at 23-24lbs anyway. ;)
     
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    well, what i seen my teammates usually do their lbs up to 26 which normally i take up to 23lbs... i am planning and thinking of going up to 26... confusing now... am really afriad of breaking my rackets... as i broke my 3 of my MP-100... =(
     
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    I strung mine pretty low, around 24lbs.

    Usually 1-2lbs above the recommended limit should be safe.

    If I use a 3U AT900P, I don't mind stringing it to 27lbs, but usually settle for 26lbs.
     
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    AT900P can up to 27 ?! my gosh !...what would you recommend for my MP-99?
     
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    Try not to go much higher than 24lbs to ensure long life for your racquet.:D
     
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    Hmm...alright then...Anyone here would recommend any yonex string for single play? BG66 or NGB95?
     

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