Of Premier Ace and tension

Discussion in 'Strings' started by adams_1, Aug 14, 2009.

  1. adams_1

    adams_1 Semi-Pro

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    Aight, I have a set of Premier Ace on the way to my doorstep that shall end up in my recently purchased N90, which may become my new stick of choice.

    Just not sure what sort of tension I want to be putting on it - I'm not really a poly type of person, so this is a bit of an experiment. Suggestions?

    Oh yeah, I'm about a 7.0* with a missing all-court game that has been temporarily replaced by moderate-topspin baseline bashing, and I play a fair bit of doubles. Anything else that I forgot to tell you, let me know.

    Thanks in advance, stringwizards.

    *On a scale of 1-10, where 10 equals horrible.
     
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  2. Lsmkenpo

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    Premiere Ace is a pretty stiff and low powered poly,I see you use Rip Control presently,I recommend stringing it 10% lower than you string Rip Control now.

    52-54lbs.max in the n90
     
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  3. adams_1

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    Sounds like a plan. I don't seem to hear a lot about Premier Ace. Is it not very well liked?
     
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  4. Lsmkenpo

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    It is a good control string, one of the best value polys. IMO, better than some polys that cost twice as much.
     
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