RPM Blast or ALU Power ROUGH?

Discussion in 'Strings' started by Francis27, Oct 15, 2012.

  1. Francis27

    Francis27 Semi-Pro

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    Hey everyone i have lots of power on my shots and i never get to do a full swing because if i do it will mostly go out which one of these 2 strings will give me control on my shots and allowing me to do full swings and give me good tension maintenance (gnna be stringing tension around 52-54lb) and i dont want one that will go dead so quickly and i also want a soft string.

    Can you choose whether the RPM Blast or Alu power rough would fit to this first and list other strings as well (if you want)
     
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  2. rafazx10

    rafazx10 Rookie

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    None of those is a soft string.

    But from the 2 I like the Luxilon better, it last a little bit longet for me too.
     
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  3. Francis27

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    ^^^^ Ok just post strings that have good tension maintenance, comfort, not much powered and that would let me do full swings without letting the ball go out.
     
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  4. ewberner

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    What are you currently using?
     
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  5. Fuji

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    Well pretty much any Lux other then 4G has some of the worst tension loss in poly history, so that might limit you a bit on their part! It goes dead within 3-5 hours, at least for me. :razz:

    -Fuji
     
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  6. Chotobaka

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    Genesis Typhoon is similar to ALU Power Rough but with better tension maintenance. Clearly, Genesis had ALU Rough in mind when developing this string -- down to the 16L gauge, aluminum fibers and grabby texture.
     
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  7. djNEiGht

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    What kind of racquet are you using?

    Also, how are your mechanics? Most of the time my shots go out is when I don't do a full swing because I don't follow through...loosing spin.

    I'd suggest a straight forward syn gut and practice...practice...practice
     
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