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Discussion in 'Strings' started by aroddick, Dec 19, 2006.

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What tension, I will use STRING SAVERS

  1. 56

    15 vote(s)
    60.0%
  2. 57

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    40.0%
  1. aroddick

    aroddick Rookie

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    Can you guys vote the best tension?

    I bought a X-one Biphase 16g. And i am going to use STRING SAVERS.

    I want power and control, with power a little little little more.
    I want spin --- for a kick serve.

    SPIN
    POWER AND CONTROL
    I will use STRING SAVERS
     
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  2. alu16L

    alu16L Rookie

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    What racket do you use? For best advice please give us a brief description of your game. Also, why so you want to use the string savers so much?
     
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  3. federermcenroeagassi

    federermcenroeagassi Rookie

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    what the hell.........

    btw hhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhi
     
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  4. Ljubicic for number1

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    My bet is you could not tell the difference between the two tensions
     
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  5. alu16L

    alu16L Rookie

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    I think you should try 54 lbs for more spin
     
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  6. OrangeOne

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    56 to 57? You're kidding, right? If this was actually a serious poll you'd have the common sense that you would not tell the difference except possibly in a double-blind style test, and even then....
     
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  7. Duzza

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    Haha like one pound will make any difference! For the sake of even numbers.......oh....go 56, why not!
     
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  8. tennis_hand

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    +1 :)
    I am here.
     
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  9. Tour 90

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    Who cares, if the diff is one pound you won't notice it.
     
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  10. SteveI

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    How about 56.5. Wish I was that good... ;)

    Steve
     
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  11. jackson vile

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    You should have used a slick cross, ie sheep micro or a poly, the string savers will stiffen up the string bed the more you put in and the closer to gether they are.

    I would suggest stringing lower period, but remember the more string savers you and/or the closer you have the string savers together the lower the string tension needs to be again.
     
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  12. Sagittar

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    i would suggest 56.5 for the optimum power control spin serve combination ..
    come on man be serious ! honestly couls you tell the difference ? :p
     
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  13. Roforot

    Roforot Professional

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    It depends, do you want Heavy spin or a more loopy spin?
     
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  14. bleach

    bleach Rookie

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    I would string the odd strings at 56 and the even at 57.... or should it be the other way around?
     
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  15. tarheels2323

    tarheels2323 Semi-Pro

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    I second this opinion.
     
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  16. ChicagoJack

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    deleted my comment. prefer to say nothing if i can't say something productive
    -cj
     
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  17. vkartikv

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    but that would be boring! :p
     
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  18. BigGriff

    BigGriff Semi-Pro

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    I agree 100%. Such a waste of a post.
     
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