Isospeed Control Plus?

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  1. Automatix

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    Sorry if this has been discussed. I was browsing through stringforum and found a string called Isospeed Control Plus. I know there's Control and Control Classic but Control Plus? That's a first to me.

    Is it a new string? Or is it a replacement for one of the above? But it shouldn't replace the Control since it's built differently...

    Isospeed Control:
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    Isospeed Control Plus:
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  2. Booyah

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    anyone have any info on this? i use iso speed control currently in my hybrid. sounds interesing.
     
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  3. Jerry Seinfeld

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    I am interested in a response as well. I would suggest reposting over in the TW Comments and Questions section. Since TW is the US distributor for this product it is a question they should be able to answer. Alternately perhaps Jens may see this thread and chime in from his perspective.
     
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  4. Automatix

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    That would be great... :)
     
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  5. Automatix

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    Bump up time...
     
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  6. Jens

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    From my point of view, it is not very fortunate for a string brand to change the name of an existing string (Isospeed Control -> Control Classic) and release a new (different) string with the same name (Isospeed Control).

    In order to avoid that ratings are mixed for the two versions of the strings which are both called Isospeed Control, the new string has been called "Isospeed Control+" in the Stringforum.net string database. So:
    Isospeed Control (Stringforum) = Isospeed Control Classic
    Isospeed Control+ (Stringforum) = Isospeed Control
     
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  7. Automatix

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    Thank you very much for answering. How do these strings differ?
     
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