soft 17g for T10MidVe

Discussion in 'Strings' started by mark1, Oct 31, 2005.

  1. mark1

    mark1 Semi-Pro

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    Suggest one for me. I hated NXT tour and have never really tried any other multis. I was looking at the Yonex line, but would like something that is not similar to NXT...
     
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  2. jayserinos99

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    i've been using nrg 17 in my t10ve mids. i strung up my t10s at 58 lbs and it has decent pop but not too much where i lose control. currently i have two packages of biphase 17 and i'm wondering how it would play if i drop the tension 2 lbs.
     
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  3. mark1

    mark1 Semi-Pro

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    how long does a set of 17g nrg last for you jayserinos99? I have only broken a string on that frame one time...
     
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  4. NoBadMojo

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    guys try the new Klip Venom string in there..it's both soft and bitey which may be useful in a dense stringbed altho i found the VE pretty easy to spin. Jay you may want to lower the BiPhase by 2 as it isnt as lively as the NRG2.
     
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  5. jayserinos99

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    ^^ mark, i've only broken a set of string in that frame (i've broken a frame on a shank return though). i basically have had the same string since i bought the frames from TW last year.

    ed, i'm actually looking for a bit of give in the t10 ve mid; 58 seems too tight sometimes and if i string too low the ball flies out. 56 w/ biphase may look like a good idea.
     
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  6. Vamz

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    Prince Perfection 17 is good, also good, but not as good is Prince Sweet Perfection 17.
     
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  7. kreative

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    yeah, biphase @ 56lbs sounds nice. if you want a crisper feel, you could try laserfibre supreme.
     
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