QUESTION about Tech. Pro Red Code

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  1. MPfromNY07

    MPfromNY07 New User

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    I was wowndering what a good hybrid with Technifibre Pro Red Code 16 Strings would be. I love how these play, but im looking for more of a mix of power and control, so I am looking for a hybrid with these pro red code strings. Also, should i use the pro red on mains or crosses with the other string?
     
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  2. jazar

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    you could try it with tecnifibre multifeel. i used that for a while and it played pretty nicely. the red code is quite a soft co-poly and the multifeel feels really soft, so the combination really gives good feel as well as control
     
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  3. 1012007

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    I heard redcode was very very stiff
     
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  4. RickN

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    It's not too stiff at all. Plays quite well.
     
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  5. roddick89

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    its a great string i use a ful pro red set up and gives me everything i want; power control (although thats more from the frame) spin, control.
    Most polys go well in the mains with a synthetic, multi or natural but i suppose what you are looking for most from a string should go in the mains cos they get used the most, like if u wanted comfort most then use the syn, multi or natural in the mains, whereas if u want more spin and power go with the pro red in the mains.
    X-1 Biphase is suppoosed to be good multi but its expensive. Good Luck.
     
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  6. bronco_mba

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    Pro Supex Maxim Touch would be a nice compliment to TF Pro Red Code.
     
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  7. theProdigy

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    i've been curious to try pro red code in my t-fight. does pro red code hold tension well?
     
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  8. MPfromNY07

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    I was thinking about using Pacific Synthetic Gut 17 on the crosses, good combo?
     
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  9. iplaybetter

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    x-1 for sure, my favorite setup of all time
     
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  10. jazar

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    i didnt find it particularly good in that respect
     
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