16x19 pattern is way better for spin than 18x20.May i ask what racquet are you playing with? And what do you think about "spin" patterns (like the blade 98s or the prostaff 97s, for example)? Though they were meant for spin, I'm not so sure they are helpfull. I think the strings are more important.
Hi, I really like your evil enthusiasm for spin
I wouldnt know where pc
I wouldnt know where prcw stands for? However Neon dust is supossed to be extra sharp and hard, so the crosses have to be harder to withstand cutting. Has someone thought about that? And what about fullbed Neon dust, wouldnt that be an option?Man, I will finally try PRCW (1.20) as a cross with my Grapplesnake CES Neon Dust main (1.25)!!!
CES is a wonderful square string as UC.
I can't wait to see how slick is PRCW and how good the snapback will be!!!
EVIL SPIN is coming!!!!!!!!!!
how does the hyper g compare to grapplesnake neon dust hybrid, in terms of spin potential and tension maintenance? any other strings worth mentioning for heavy spin game?16x19 pattern is way better for spin than 18x20.
If you want a spin machine, try Pure Aero with Hyper-G.
Head Hawk, Hawk Touch for slippery polys. Revolve is my third choice.Ok since this thread is back, I tried Head Hawk touch and man is that string slippery. Probably the slickest I have tried.
Little bit less spin with Hyper-G because CES Neon Dust is REALLY sharp (maybe too much) and grab the ball insanely...
<calling any engineers in the house>thinner gauges should result in less friction