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  1. danielwong

    danielwong Regular Member

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    hey, need a quick advise...i bought a second hand Ti10 1st gen...
    after i take home only i realise is IP code at the cone
    but the racket printed SP version
    is the old 1st gen racket SP version but coded with IP?
    if need the full code, i can provide tomorrow. thanks.....
     
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    Pics/codes would help, but IP code can be SP on the racket.
     
  3. quik_silver

    quik_silver Regular Member

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    yes it could be IP + SP on the shaft, it is exactly the same as mine. but again, pictures would be helpful and check your serial on the serial post
     
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    pics please.. curious to see..
     
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    Dan,

    I remember a thread saying that the IP code was for distribution anywhere and that it did not stand for International Player. So I guess it is possible to have an IP on a SP racket.
     
  6. danielwong

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    Photos

    here is the photos....sorry as the code is blur, due to few factors phone camera and also
    the printing also faded as the racket should be quite old....
    shaft code 4981847
    cone code 110647IP
    IMG_0229.jpg IMG_0231.jpg
    IMG_0228.jpg
    IMG_0232.jpg
     
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    Oh no it is a fake... omg nooo.... =P
     
  8. danielwong

    danielwong Regular Member

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    suddup, goncang....:mad:
     
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    No problem with the shaft and cone code numbers in any case ...
     

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