string stiffness line

Discussion in 'Strings' started by c_hari_c, Jul 22, 2008.

  1. c_hari_c

    c_hari_c Semi-Pro

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    Is there a specific string stiffness number that is considered as a line - For eg, if the stiffness of the string is above that number it is considered a stiff string or if the stiffness is below that number, would that be a soft string?
    I have access to the USRSA and got some numbers. Natural gut usually has a stiffness in the low 100s like 110-120 where as some synthetics like PSGD has 210. So, would PSGD be considered a stiff string? Should we also factor in which racket we put the strings on?
    FYI - I am using a K90 and would it cause arm problems if I string it with PSGD. Let me know your thoughts.
     
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  2. YULitle

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    It's all relative man. Those numbers are only relevant when put together and mean almost nothing by themselves.

    For instance, my hunger level is 10. It says so right here on this device I have that measures it. But, you don't know what that means until you test yourself. Then you can compare. Same goes for strings.

    It's all relative.
     
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