Babolat Razor Spin or Super Fine Play

Discussion in 'Strings' started by TennsDog, Jun 23, 2004.

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Which combo?

  1. Babolat Ballistic Polymono 17 M, Super Fine Play 17 X

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  2. Babolat Ballistic Polymono 17 M, Razor Spin 16 X

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  1. TennsDog

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    As you can see, I currently play with Razor Spin 16 in the crosses with Polymono 17 mains, but I have been considering trying Super Fine Play 17 in the crosses. The SFP is cheaper and thinner. I am thinking the the cheaper will help with my pocket book and the thinner will make up for the spin lost with a non-textured string. Also, a thinner string will keep being good for spin, while a textured string will lose its texture an be done. So will SFP be as good, if not better, for me? Any comments on SFP?
     
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  2. bsandy

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    Razor spin is the easiest string to cross with !!!

    What can the extra friction hurt ?

    . . . Bud
     
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  3. Matt H.

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    you're talking about 2 completely different strings though.

    Razor spin is a poly, and SFP is your standard run-of-the-mill nylon/syn. gut.

    Using SFP will most likely soften up your string bed and add a little pop, but the durability will go down.
     
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  4. TennsDog

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    Razor Spin isn't a poly. It is a slightly textured syn gut (not sure mono or multi). It softened up my stringbed already.
     
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