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    Prince Exo Rebel 95

    Ok, I got hold of 3 brand new Rebels (2012 version). Their swingweight should be around 330g. Would you recommend any specific string for this one? I only use polyester and I head for this version it would be best to use a powerful poly strung quite low. Also, it says the 2012 has a flex...
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    Prince Exo Rebel 95

    Hello, can anyone tell me the difference between the 2009 and the yellow 2012 model? I know they have slightly different frame parameters, but from a playing perspective, how do they differ (spin, stability, feel..) If anyone has used both of them, please share your experience.. Many thanks.
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    Völkl C10 Pro (2012)

    I think it is not the model I am looking for I am afraid..
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    Völkl C10 Pro (2012)

    Ideally Grip 2. Please get in touch.
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    FS: 2x Völkl C10 Pro (2012)

    Are those 2 rackets still available and could the grip be reduced to L2?
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    Volkl C10 Pro

    Hello, i have been playtesting the newest version of this racket (yellow, 2019), and I experience some shoulder pain which i never had when playing the older version (2012 model). Are they any different regarding flex rating? I know the new one has a higher swinghweight, but is it also...
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    Crisp, fairly soft and with control at low tension?

    ok, maybe I got it wrong then. The ones I listed are not dead, they are more lively poly strings, but still work very well at low tensions for me . I string them at 20 kg.
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    Crisp, fairly soft and with control at low tension?

    I tried all of them: Signum pro X perience feels pretty soft, but still crisp. It is easy on the arm. Is has a little texture, so high spin potential. Signum Firestorm is not as soft, but still not harsh, very powerful. Some pros are using it Scorpion is older, quite powerful and soft feeling...
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    Crisp, fairly soft and with control at low tension?

    Signum Pro X Perience Signum Pro Firestorm Weiss Cannon Scorpion
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    Low tension

    @ Happi Thanks. I am considering playing with Signum Pro Firestorm (17g) in my Völkl C10 Pro (16/19) at 40 lbs. Firestorm is said to be quite soft, but not too soft. The alternative would be to use something like Pacific Poly Force 17, which is considerable stiffer / less powerful. I might...
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    Low tension

    @ chic Thanks, i agree. I really just would like to know, all stroke mechanics and technique aside, what would be more sensible: to string a poly very low which is stiff or soft ? I guess if you string a soft poly low, tension maintenance will not be great. And I guess if you string a stiff...
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    Low tension

    Happi, why would you say soft ? Just from a factual point of view. Is there any evidence that a soft or stiff poly plays better at low tension ?
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    Low tension

    I would use / consider : Signum pro firestorm (softest) Signum pro x Perience Pacific poly force (stiffest) All of them I would string 40lbs. Which one would work best at this tension in a rel. flex racket RA 63 with 16/19 pattern ?
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    Low tension

    Thanks , but just looking at it rationally with regard to overall performance, what would make more sense ? Something like 4G strung low or s.th like Silverstring? It is a matter of preference, but what would the tennis scientists tell me ?
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    Low tension

    Using only 1,25mm / 17 gauge.
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