Cyclone Out - Which Poly In?

Discussion in 'Strings' started by TripleB, Jul 14, 2011.

  1. TripleB

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    I'm looking to string 3 Dunlop AeroGel 4D 300 racquets with different mains to see which string I like the best.

    I currently have my 4D 300 strung with WeissCannon TurboTwist.

    On one of the three new racquets I'm going to have Tourna Poly Big Hitter Blue Rough 17 and on another I'm going with Signum Pro Tornado 17.

    I was going to have the 3rd new racquet strung with Cyclone 17g but it's out of stock so I'm going to put another string in so I can go ahead and get the racquets (and try the Cyclone 17g at another time).

    So, IYO what should I put in the racquet instead of the Cyclone?

    1) Dunlop Black Widow 17g

    2) Polyfibre Hexablade 16L

    3) Tourna Big Hitter Silver Rough 17g

    I was thinking about Mosquito Bite 18g (black) but am afraid that the durability might be a lot less than I'm hoping for in a new string.

    Thanks for any input.

    TripleB
     
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  2. bfactor61

    bfactor61 Semi-Pro

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    i just tried bhsr for the first time...an amazing string!
     
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  3. The Big Kahuna

    The Big Kahuna Semi-Pro

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    I love the SP Tornado 17 and I think you will find it hard to beat. That said, the best alternative to Cyclone (given the bargain price) would be MSV Co. Focus, Focus HEX and Focus EVO- Three impressive offerings that are earning rave reviews worldwide.
     
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  4. Tennis100

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    I own the same racquets. And reels of big hitter blue and black widow..Big hitter blue is almost the same as black widow but softer.
     
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