Head Youtek: Black String Top 5!

Discussion in 'Strings' started by Rick2020, Mar 19, 2010.

  1. Rick2020

    Rick2020 New User

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    Hy everyone,
    i had some questions i wanted to ask you :
    1st of all:
    When im searching for the youtek prestige on the internet i find alot of pictures where the head raquet has a black stringbed..
    Does anyone know what kind of string this may be.
    2nd
    I just got my 2 youtek prestiges and i realy want a nice black string
    Maybe some of you have some ideas for me !?:confused:
    Just go for your top 3 to top 5 black strings you can think of
     
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  2. fantom

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    MSV Focus Hex
    Signum Pro Hyperion
    Signum Pro Tornado
    Technifibre Black Code
    Head Sonic Pro
     
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  3. Rick2020

    Rick2020 New User

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    thanks a bunch :)
     
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  4. EKnee08

    EKnee08 Professional

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    See my responses to your posts in the racquet section-sonic pro.
     
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  5. Preston

    Preston Rookie

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    Hello,

    http://tt.tennis-warehouse.com/showthread.php?t=318380
    You double posted your question in two different forum sections. If you are new to forums, then I want to offer you a little a guidance. People do not like this in any forum. Learn and don't do it again. People will answer if you post in just one place.

    Since you are asking about black string, I'm going to answer here, in the strings & stringing section.

    The strings fantom listed are good and get a lot of attention here on the forums. I personally don't like MSV focus hex. It went dead and felt almost flimsy. The Hyperion is good, although way over priced. Tornado is even more over priced. Can't comment on the other two.

    The black string I would recommend is Genesis Black Magic. Solid all around poly, similar to Hyperion, though I think it has a touch more crispness to the stringbed and it's about $50 less for a reel.
     
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