Calling Tecnifibre T-Fight 320 users

Discussion in 'Strings' started by Mrsbrownsboys, Oct 5, 2012.

  1. Been loving this racket...felt just right from first time I used it.

    Question is it seems pretty well setup for a full poly. I'm using black code at the moment but as a previous gut/poly user I'm surprised at the spin and comfort levels..

    Anyway had to ask as planning to get a few more of these and wondered what string jobbies to try.

    T-fight 320 might just be the one!:shock:
     
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  2. Chace

    Chace Semi-Pro

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    I know these 2 strings are very different but i prefer either a full bed of tour bite or black magic. I string it in the low 50s
     
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  3. I'm in at 52lbs in BC
     
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  4. YCO

    YCO New User

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    I have been playing with the Tecnifibre 320 VO2 Max for the past three years. I currently string it with Mamba Tennis Supra Natural Gut in the mains at 58 lbs and Discho Iontec Black (a poly) in the crosses at 55 lbs. Good spin, tons of power, good touch, and maintains tension for 10-15 hours of play (I put a lot of spin on my shots). I just tried a full bed of Discho Spin Monster (a very affordable poly)strung at 48 lbs and got excellent spin. This is such a great racket you can't go wrong!
     
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  5. vergica

    vergica New User

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    I am using NG 16 at 58 for M/NG 18 61 for crosses ( Traying to use NG because of arm issue).
     
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  6. F. Perry

    F. Perry Banned

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    I'm using black code 18 at 58 in my 325. It's very good. Tried a bunch of other strings and I thought rpm blast at 56 or so was also a standout.
     
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