strings for AG200

Discussion in 'Strings' started by pwnxor, Sep 21, 2008.

  1. pwnxor

    pwnxor New User

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    I am currently thinking if I want proline II or Tecnifibre pro red code.

    I was wondering which i could use for a full string job.

    I was also wondering if i could do a hybrid setup with red code strings and another string.
     
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  2. Matty G

    Matty G Professional

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    I would sugest bbo original over both of those
     
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  3. hoodjem

    hoodjem G.O.A.T.

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    No experience with Pro Red Code, but Pro Line II is a great string.
     
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  4. tigerstring

    tigerstring Rookie

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    Pro Code Red doesn’t last that long for a poly, though if you're not a frequent string breaker that shouldn't be an issue in the 18x20 string pattern.
     
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  5. Winners or Errors

    Winners or Errors Professional

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    16x19 or 18x20? I've been playing Gosen OG Sheep Micro 17 in my 18x20 M-Fil 200's and find that it is a good fit for the frame. The same cannot be said for either the Cyberflash 17/OGSM 17 hybrid I tried or a full bed of Cyberflash.

    Good spin, good power, good control. I suspect it may work well in the AG200 as well. Of course, it all depends on how much of a string breaker you are. I break strings, but generally do so right about the time I'd cut them out anyway, which is after about 10-15 hours of court time. 18x20 is definitely lighter on the wallet (I burn through those strings like crazy in my 16x18/19 racquets, less than 2 hours)
     
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  6. Gugafan

    Gugafan Hall of Fame

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    I played with a friends AG200 with BBO and the spin was amazing for a dense string pattern... I have recently brought an AG200, and was thinking 52lbs BBO??...I dont really want to string lux too high as it does tend to feel very boardy at high tensions. Also noticed you have switched to CF in your sig. How does this compare to the BBO??

    Thanks
     
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