isospeed control clarification

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  1. tennisfreak15347

    tennisfreak15347 Banned

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    First of all, yes, I have used the search button, but I just need a clarification.

    Isospeed control is a fairly low powered multi, and it holds tension amasingly due to it's pre-stretch, correct? Also, some people recommend to string it 10% lower like a poly; should I follow this? I normally string at 61lbs for syn. gut; should I string iso-speed control at 61 or 56?
     
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    bump. 10 chars
     
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  3. Infl8edEg0

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    I would say yes. I have a reel of the stuff, and I love it. The only con was it's low-poweredness and lack of spin. So I got some soft poly at 46lbs to power it up with spin. A full bed of the stuff is low powered, so ya I would advise you to string it that low.
     
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    it lacks in spin? would you say worse than PSGD or gamma syn. gut?
     
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    Unfortunately, I have tried neither of the strings you mentioned. I forgot to mention that the lack of spin, for me, is most likely due to the fact that I have a KBlade Tour 93 which is 18x20, so I don't think you'll have to worry about it. These strings are extremely comfortable, and allows precise shots.
     
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    okay, much thanks from me.
     
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