Note how the ZX curve starts off with much steeper slope than the poly in the first hour of the stretch. But after 5 hours, the ZX starts to level off faster than the poly (Prince Tournament Poly 16). The poly keeps on creeping (the creep rate slows, but really never hits a plateau). In contrast, the ZX starts to hold once it reaches its plateau (similar to kevlar, except that kevlar reaches its plateau much faster at a given tensile load).
It's noteworthy that the ZX loses a lot more tension initially than the poly, consistent with my finding that it seems to require a higher tension than poly.
Blade BLX 98. 26.75". 13.31 oz., 12.55", 359 SW. Outer mains skipped.
Prestretched Ashaway Kevlar 16 / Monogut ZX 16, 90/40 lbs.
Last edited by travlerajm; 04-27-2013 at 08:55 PM.