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Old 10-23-2009, 09:17 PM   #1
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Default Something comparable to ISOSPEED PULSE

I had my AG100 strung with isospeed pulse 16's and now they are ready to break. I have a couple of pro shops in my area and im pretty sure none of them will carry it. Is there anything comparable (poly monofilament, double heated so its softer than most polys). I have tried TF red code and like it, however I am looking for something more similar to isospeed.
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Default Re: Something comparable to ISOSPEED PULSE

i've never played with isospeed pulse before but i have strung it up a couple of times for players and for a poly it does seem very soft and you will struggle to find many options that soft in the same gauge. the only 16 gauge poly i could find that comes close is gamma zo tour 16 which seems almost identical in stiffness and tension loss. otherwise, strings like babolat pro hurricane 17, head sonic pro 17, pacific poly soft 16L and tf red code 18 are reasonably similar
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Default Re: Something comparable to ISOSPEED PULSE

I have played with ZO Tour and I don't think that they are even close. Is Head Ultra Tour any good?
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Default Re: Something comparable to ISOSPEED PULSE

head ultra tour is good at breaking around the edge of the frame on mishits but not much else. its not really that comparable as its quite a bit stiffer.
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