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Holabird Sports
Old 2008-08-13, 00:46   #1
alidisperanza
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Join Date: Jun 2008
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Lightbulb Fxp comparisons and questions.

Hey all,


I recently got the chance to hit with a MG prestige Mid and instantly fell in love with the setup. It was strung at 52 with FXP. Years ago I played with a LM Prestige strung with synthetic gut at higher tensions and absolutely hated it, it felt like a wooden board and hurt my arm but this new set-up was like a dream. Anyways to keep this brief (i know i'm quite long winded) I went out and bought one just to mess around with.

I've been debating between a couple options now that i'm waiting for it to be shipped.

A) Should I just buy a pack of FXP and string it up as previous
B) Run my normal PHT/Kirshbaum PLine II hybrid at lower tensions
C) Run B at my regular tension (57/58.5) to test out the racquet comparison
D)string up with a poly/multi hybrid? suggestions welcome!

To be honest I'm not too sure what to do, I can't find too much literature on FXP aside from the standard company drivel.
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