Head FXP Radical Tour favorite string setup??

Discussion in 'Strings' started by kaztennis, Jul 10, 2006.

  1. kaztennis

    kaztennis Rookie

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    Hi. What is your favorite string setup on your Head Flexpoint Radical Tour?

    Can you tell me which string you are using and at what tension?

    Greatly appreciated!
     
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  2. Duzza

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  3. Duzza

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  4. wally

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    Wilson Reaction 16g 57-60lbs is my 1st choice

    If you have to play with a poly Mongut 17g @ 57lbs is good chioce.

    I haven't had too much luck with poly strings in this frame
     
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  5. Marat Safinator

    Marat Safinator Banned

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    ive used it with alu power big banger. felt good but i didnt like the racket too much.
     
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  6. Ljubicic for number1

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    This frame needs high tension in my opinion, 62lbs +
     
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  7. vinnier6

    vinnier6 Professional

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    wilson nxt and nxt tour...16 guage 61-63 lbs...i usually settle on 63lbs....like ljubicic stated, this racquet likes high tension...when i demoed the racquet it was strung at 65 and i liked it alot, but settled on 63....
     
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  8. emcee

    emcee Semi-Pro

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    I got ALU-Power 16L @ 52 and it plays really nice but doesn't feel as crisp as the demo felt with Klip Kicker. Just ordered some Signum Pro Poly and also have an extra set of ALU-Power/Supersense hybrid lying around...might try that too. This racquet seems fine with polys.
     
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  9. dannyjjang

    dannyjjang Semi-Pro

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    i hate that racquet
     
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  10. Roy

    Roy Semi-Pro

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    full job Timo at 57 pounds.
     
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