SPPP 1.18 hybrid in flexy racquets worth it?

Discussion in 'Strings' started by bad_call, Sep 1, 2007.

  1. bad_call

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    i have some sppp laying around and thinking of hybriding with syn gut in the t10v mid. i've tried ash monogut / syn gut hybrid and liked it for spin but the vibration started annoying me.

    so should i try the poly hybrid again or stick with multi? btw - i've tried poly in the LM4 (stiffer racquet) and felt little or no vibration. could it be that flexy racquets don't work as well with polys?
     
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    think i gotta give it a go and see.
     
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    I have SPPP in a Jack Kramer woodie and it works fine. It makes a low powered racquiet even lower powered though.
     
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    i've been playing with low powered multis in a low powered racquet so no problem. thanks for your post tho. SPPP is higher powered so will dampen the power and stiffness with a syn gut cross.
     
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    dropped the tension 5 lbs and strung the SPPP mains and OGSM crosses. got to hit some today and very pleased. hits very consistent and predictable along with being fairly comfy for a poly. definitely glad i got to give this poly a try.
     
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