Setup for ProStaff 6.1 90?

Discussion in 'Strings' started by Lilguy1456, Oct 9, 2012.

  1. Lilguy1456

    Lilguy1456 Semi-Pro

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    Does anybody have a string setup they love for the PS 90? About to pick one up. I use a full bed of Cyclone in my 4D 200 right now, but does it make sense to load up the PS with Cyclone? Hybrid? What do you guys use?

    -C
     
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  2. ramos77

    ramos77 Semi-Pro

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    try hybrid gut mains and poly crosses

    54/50 or there abouts...

    I'm using wilson NG and co-focus and I'm really happy. Has lasted a fair while so far, great spin and good power/control...
     
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  3. Karstic

    Karstic Rookie

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    I've only managed to try a handful of different setups since I switched to this frame a few months ago, but once I decide between Tourna's BHSR and BHBR I'm done looking for a while. This is the first time I've been really happy with a racquet and string setup this year, and I'm tired of looking and just want to play. Each in 16 gauge at 46# allows me to swing out on ground strokes with confidence.

    Edited to add: My 51st post. I've finally earned my edit key and I wanted to use it.
     
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  4. Smasher08

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    Champions Choice.

    Or if you'd prefer a gut poly combo that lasts 30+ hours, Pacific Classic x MSV CoFocus.
     
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  5. parasailing

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    I am using VS Team mains and L-tec 4S crosses at 54lbs in the mains and 48lbs in the crosses. After hitting a bit with it, I realize that I need to go down a little more in tension.

    The string pattern feels a bit stiffer and I guess next time I am going to bring it down to 50lbs in the mains and 44lbs in the crosses to see how it feels.
     
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