Crosses for Cyber Power/Blue

Discussion in 'Strings' started by Matty G, Jul 13, 2008.

  1. Matty G

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    I want to hybrid some cyber power with a low powered multi.
    1) in your oppinion what is the lowest powered muti you have tried?
    2)What is the most durable multi you have tried?
     
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  2. PROTENNIS63

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    Most durable multi is Maxim Touch for me. It is also quite low powered since it is a little stiffer but I am not sure if it is the most low powered.
     
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  3. vndesu

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    try nrgs
    i liked those multi
     
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  4. the wise wizard

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    head rip control is very low powered
     
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  5. netman

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    CyberFlash is a great cross for CP. The stiffness actually tempers the CP power. If you hit hard, its a match made in heaven.

    If you are looking to up the power, then a basic, inexpensive multi like Wilson Sensation works well. Especially since you will be breaking it often. :)

    -k-
     
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  6. Matty G

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    I would like a multi because im going to string one raquet with full cp at 53 and then prob one with cp mains at 54 and rip control crosses at 58 and see what i like from their
     
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