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fortun8son 11-17-2012 12:31 AM

Your 5 Favorite Stringbreaker's Strings
 
1. Fullbed Leoina 66
2. TF Redcode 1.30/Sweet 16 or Gamma Syngut 16 black or red
3. Ashaway Crossfire 18
4. Prince Pro Blend
5. Piano Wire

Say Chi Sin Lo 11-17-2012 12:45 AM

Put Head RIP Control in a midsize 18x20, and you've got an arm-friendly poly-like stringbed.

fortun8son 11-17-2012 02:57 AM

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Originally Posted by Say Chi Sin Lo (Post 7020956)
Put Head RIP Control in a midsize 18x20, and you've got an arm-friendly poly-like stringbed.

17g or 16g?

freeez 11-17-2012 11:55 AM

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Originally Posted by Say Chi Sin Lo (Post 7020956)
Put Head RIP Control in a midsize 18x20, and you've got an arm-friendly poly-like stringbed.

would that be the same for a 98sq.in racquet?

Say Chi Sin Lo 11-17-2012 01:01 PM

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Originally Posted by fortun8son (Post 7021012)
17g or 16g?

Either, but of course the 16g will last longer.

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Originally Posted by freeez (Post 7021672)
would that be the same for a 98sq.in racquet?

Not as much, because with a larger headsize, the pattern will be more open.

Steve Huff 11-17-2012 08:41 PM

Laserfibre Eternal 16 (not sure if its made any more)
Luxilon 5 Star 15L (not made any more)
Kirshbaum Super Smash Honey 1.35 (if you can find any one that carries it)
Ashaway Kevlar 16
Prince Pro Blend 16

Not that these are the most playable, but they don't break much.

alidisperanza 11-20-2012 01:48 PM

Ashaway Kevlar/ AluRough
Iontec Black
Becker Bomber

I hate to put this here because I'm not a fan of the string but it sure does live up to durability

RPM Blast

fortun8son 11-20-2012 09:24 PM

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Originally Posted by Say Chi Sin Lo (Post 7020956)
Put Head RIP Control in a midsize 18x20, and you've got an arm-friendly poly-like stringbed.

Sure, but what if they're using an heirloom 110 Hyper hammer or a Head iS12? :)

Fuji 11-21-2012 12:44 PM

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Originally Posted by fortun8son (Post 7027196)
Sure, but what if they're using an heirloom 110 Hyper hammer or a Head iS12? :)

Then they should be going fishing with that net! :lol: :razz:

-Fuji

Doubles 11-22-2012 09:43 PM

1. Any Kevlar hybrid
2. Red code
3 Alu rough
4. BBO
5. Polyon

fortun8son 11-22-2012 09:47 PM

I've also had good results with both ZoTwist and SPPP 1.28/Sweet 16 in the fan-pattern Ti S6 style racquets.
Intellistring, Intellitour, and the whole RIP Family work great in those, as well.

Most of those people were ill-advised and bought the wrong racquet.

"No, Dammit, I'll make it work if it's the last thing I do. Maybe a better string?"

"Ok, yes, there is a better string for you."
"We'll make it work (whisper- But you really should be thinking about a different racquet).
"Oh, man! I love the lightness of this racquet!"
"Okay, you got it, RedCode 1.30/Leoina66, it is."

mad dog1 11-22-2012 09:50 PM

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Originally Posted by fortun8son (Post 7020950)
1. Fullbed Leoina 66
2. TF Redcode 1.30/Sweet 16 or Gamma Syngut 16 black or red
3. Ashaway Crossfire 18
4. Prince Pro Blend
5. Piano Wire

sorry, i don't agree with this choice. piano wire doesn't last nearly as long as steel rebar. ;)

Say Chi Sin Lo 11-22-2012 10:06 PM

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Originally Posted by fortun8son (Post 7027196)
Sure, but what if they're using an heirloom 110 Hyper hammer or a Head iS12? :)

Then you've crossed the point of no return already.

fortun8son 11-22-2012 10:07 PM

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Originally Posted by mad dog1 (Post 7029606)
sorry, i don't agree with this choice. piano wire doesn't last nearly as long as steel rebar. ;)

Hard to get that through the grommets, though.
Nickel-silver.007 strings up well@35, but it tends to slice and dice the ball.
License to kill, you know.

mad dog1 11-22-2012 10:26 PM

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Originally Posted by fortun8son (Post 7029611)
Hard to get that through the grommets, though.
Nickel-silver.007 strings up well@35, but it tends to slice and dice the ball.
License to kill, you know.

good one! :lol:

sansaephanh 11-23-2012 01:02 PM

By string breaker's strings, do you mean strings with the best durability, playability, tension maintenance, or least durability?

I'm tempted to see strings that make people say, "that was the best 10 minutes of my life."

fortun8son 11-23-2012 11:14 PM

Head Syngut PPS 18.
TF E-Matrix.


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