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Old 2005-08-09, 23:40   #1
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Default Signum Poly plasma (mains) and for crosses Ultra Power SF ??

What do you know of this combination or what other great combination can you come up with, that has durability and the most important thing for me is the performance power, spin? Let me know what you think ???
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Old 2005-08-10, 14:16   #2
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Default Re: Signum Poly plasma (mains) and for crosses Ultra Power S

The Ultra Power SF is a solid core string with multiple wraps. It is a softer playing string offering greater durability than many multis. It plays well in hybrid with the Plasma, compliments it by increasing power and overall playability. Together they make a nice playing and fairly low cost hybrid.

Have never tried either of these strings in an Aero Pro Drive.

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