Klip Kaboom

Discussion in 'Strings' started by Duzza, Dec 30, 2006.

  1. Duzza

    Duzza Legend

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    What can you tell me about this string? I went to a stringer(urgent tournament in one day) and that was the "closest" to a Durable Poly he had. Getting it strung at 56..
     
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  2. PaulC

    PaulC Semi-Pro

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    Hit with 18g full-set before. Great feel, decent power and control but average tension maintenance. A Little cheaper than Luxilons but not that much.

    I'd prefer something under $8 such as: Topspin CyberFlash, Signum Pros MegaForce or Wilson Enduros.
     
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  3. Duzza

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    Oh well I'll prob only make the 2nd round and have to use it for a Max 2 days...
     
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  4. Duzza

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    BTW, it was 14 AUD/~11-12 USD cheaper than BB Alu Power.
     
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  5. plarazza

    plarazza Rookie

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    To tell u the truth I like the string better than the Lux BB. The feel of it and hitting strokes was a little easier and I had more control and topspin. Seems weird I kno and I had the exact same setup with the Kboom as I did the BB. Works best as a hybrid I think
     
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  6. ollinger

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    One of the lower power polys -- I'm using the 17 guage on a Ki 15 PSE now to lower the power a bit. Clearly less powerful than any of the Luxilons (Original, Alu, Ace) or Kirschbaums (Touch Turbo, Competition) I've used in the recent past, tension still fine after about 10-15 hours, pretty comfortable. Stays in place quite well.
     
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