You could also try using something like Babolat Origin or Isospeed Cream... they may last longer. I have this in my Angell TC95 and TC97 16x19s, which are really open, and it is lasting really well.im just worried its gonna brake after one hitting session then as Previous poster stated..
I just added 3g of lead tape starting at the 4th cross down to the 11th, so approx 10:00 and 2:00Yo! i feel like the sweetspot is positioned slightly too low on my k90. whats the best approach to move it upwards more to the head? with minimal weight and balance diffrences..
I do in a full bed! It's a good basic tension to start with. I have thought about going down in tension for Summer though.Basing off your signature here but do you string the VCore HD at the same tension?
i Tried a full multi at 24kgs and it felt extremely harsh on my arm. I really feel like lower tensions is the way to go with the 90s. What is your fav poly? any recommendations?Of course. It's really nice in the 90 although if you're using the 90 for its classic feel it's not the most conventional choice.
You have to remember that even if you don't like to go for low tensions the 90 needs a ~10% drop in tension to compensate for the smaller head size. I normally string at 55 lbs in 98-100 sq in racquets but on the 90 I would string between 47-50 lbs (usually around 47/48 depending on the string.i Tried a full multi at 24kgs and it felt extremely harsh on my arm. I really feel like lower tensions is the way to go with the 90s. What is your fav poly? any recommendations?
Only recently came back to these. Used to use it when I was 14 before moving to the RF. But switching back now. It’s just the perfect racquet imotoo many square inches.
joking aside, I have 2 k90's in very good condition that I rarely hit with, but will never let go.
I bet if you serve into the net with that bat, the ball cuts a hole in it
Anything I can do about this? And how is it even possible, this stick will be 385 with overgrip ffs