Poly With More Bite than Touch Turbo?

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  1. Pr0DiGy

    Pr0DiGy Rookie

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    As the title says.

    Fresh Touch Turbo felt okay, and had good bite. However, after the first few hours, it lost tension and felt like it didn't bite the ball as well, especially on my western forehand.

    I'm looking for some increased bite and a more solid feel than Touch Turbo. Any suggestions?
     
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  2. nickb

    nickb Banned

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    Topspin Cyberflash 17 or 18
     
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  3. Pr0DiGy

    Pr0DiGy Rookie

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    Anyone else?

    Thanks for the suggestion, NickB.
     
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  4. gjoc

    gjoc Semi-Pro

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    Well, if you like Kirschbaum, have you tried the Super Smash Spiky?
     
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  5. jackson vile

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    I keep hearing that competition has some serious bite and is very solid, also proline II, but if you want some closest to your string perhaps Proline I
     
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  6. steve s

    steve s Semi-Pro

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    Timo 18g has a big bite.
     
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  7. latinking

    latinking Professional

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    I agree you should try super spikey. I think its awsome.
     
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  8. Chauvalito

    Chauvalito Hall of Fame

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    When I tried spiky it played well for a few days and then went to spaghetti.

    Is tension maintenance an issue with Kirschbaum strings?

    I have not had that experience with Topspin cyberflash
     
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