Razor Code vs Red Code?

ptennisb

Rookie
I bought a reel of Razor Code about 4 months ago. Before this, I would always buy a cheap, generic poly, and cared more about my racket, and other things than string. I had tried many more popular and expensive strings before: Hyper G, Head Hawk, NXT, RPM, Cyclone, etc. and although I did like Cyclone a lot, it was still relatively similar to my poly. As soon as I hit my first ball with razor code, it instantly became my favorite, and I absolutely love it, and have tried a few more strings since, but nothing comes close. As a junior player, I think I finally understood why other juniors care about strings so much. Anyways, still having a bit of razor code left in my reel, I decided to see other Tecnifibre strings that were out there. I stumbled on a killer deal on Tecnifibre Red Code, and bought it. It came in a couple days ago, and I have yet to try it. Just wanted to ask what to expect. Is it similar to razor code?? Thanks.
 

1HBHfanatic

Legend
-old post!!, but who cares
-razor code is a bit crisper
-red code is a bit more buttery,,,, but not soft for a poly
-both great strings, but its a noticeable difference
 
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1HBHfanatic

Legend
Really????,

Only tried blue and carbón...

How is it different??
-generally speaking, "in poly strings mainly"
-the ones with the more color pigments/addetives will be softer
-reds tend to be softer than the blacks/gray
-yellow softer than blues
-whites tend to be stiffer
 
-generally speaking, "in poly strings mainly"
-the ones with the more color pigments/addetives will be softer
-reds tend to be softer than the blacks/gray
-yellow softer than blues
-whites tend to be stiffer
From what I've seen in reviews people always say yellow is lively and blue is soft...
 
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