what kind of string tension can my racket take ?

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  1. tobiascra

    tobiascra Regular Member

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    anyone know what a yonex muscle power 15 light can be strung to ?
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    Recomended to about 22lbs but should be able to with stand 27lbs
     
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    Hi!
    And Forza Ti 200 N-Forze? Is 24lbs OK? :confused:
     
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    Hi All,
    This is my first post. I want to know maximum string tension for high end version of yonex (arc10, z slash, etc). Is it safe to string it above the recomended tension (that usually printed on the shaft / cone) ?. Is there any way to know the max tension (not just recommended tension ) ?.
     
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    thanks a bunch ! will get it strung asap :D
     
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    how much for MP99? sorry for getting off topic ;P
    *i plan for BG70 Pro 24x24 :D
     
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    Lots of people had commented on the weak MP99 frame but I haven't had much problems when strung constantly above 26lbs. I think the stringer plays a huge role and being careful not to clash or mishit much will also make a big difference.
     
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    i see i'll keep that in mind tnx =3
     
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    I strung an Arc 10 to 31, a Z slash to 30.5:D:D and a mp99 to 28.5 all bg80 all still in perfect shape and no cracks. If you need any string info on yonex rackets pm me as i know a top stringer.
     
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    Most yonex high end rackets can survive 30lbs unless they're the ancient ones like original carbonexs etc. :)
     
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    Wow dude! And you really need this tension? :confused: I cant imagine to play with over 30 lbs.

    Does anyone know?
     
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    I am sure that 24lbs will be no problem, again a good racket would be able to withstand 30lbs
     
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    Thank you! .;).
     

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