yonex rds 001 Mid

Discussion in 'Strings' started by nalbandian10is, Jul 15, 2006.

  1. nalbandian10is

    nalbandian10is New User

    Feb 17, 2006
    Could someone please tell me the pattern for the mid yonex rds 001 racquet using 2 piece stringing, and where you tie off the knots.

  2. Kevo

    Kevo Hall of Fame

    Feb 3, 2005
    It's the same as the RDX 500.

    Racquet Name Tension Length Pattern Skip M Holes Tie Off M Start C Tie Off C
    RDS 001 90 55 - 65 19'M - 17'C 16M X 18C 8T - 8B 7B 8T 6T - 11B
  3. snoflewis

    snoflewis Guest

    Kevo is correct. btw, w/ yonex frames, you HAVE to use 2 piece stringing. and they also recommend a 5% decrease in tension on the crosses. it softens the stringbed a bit, but i found 5% to be too soft, so im settled on a 2 lb differential if that is of any help.
  4. datsveryinterestin

    datsveryinterestin Semi-Pro

    May 6, 2005
    snoflewis' tension in his signature seems about right.
    as noted in another thread, i strung up mine at 62lbs and it played very boardy with a dead upper hoop.
    but i restrung it at 59/57lbs and it plays like a dream.
    Yonex RDS001 mid rulez!:mrgreen:
  5. armand

    armand Banned

    Jul 12, 2005
    RDS001 90: SPPP 1.18 @ 63/61
    In stock form, I strung it with ti880 @ 60lbs. It was amazing. Then I weighted it up and stupidly strung it with Tonic+16 @ 60\58. Too loose!

    Now I'm using 850 @ 63 and it's very nice.
  6. datsveryinterestin

    datsveryinterestin Semi-Pro

    May 6, 2005
    Adely, my 62lbs was with Lux ALU power hybrid.

    62 with multi should be a LOT better, but I think I will keep the ALU but string it at 58/56lbs. Used Wilson Reaction as a cross last time... lasted a while, but I might go with someting softer next time too.
  7. snoflewis

    snoflewis Guest

    im glad your tension finally worked out for you.

    i tried sensations at 60lbs...and it felt a bit boardy at first, but it played very similar to the OG micro 58/56 when it lost tension..

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