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alternative shop like www.luxissportnet.com??(to get Ti-10 long CP or JP)

Discussion in 'Market Place' started by plextor, Apr 14, 2003.

  1. plextor

    plextor New Member

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    hi,

    is the another onlie shop where i can get a yonex ti-10 long version in 2u, and perhaps with JP or CP code?
    Luxissportnet is sooo expensive. So i look for other shops. i know, cp model a very hard to get, but perhaps the jp model?

    Greets

    TB
     
  2. |R|S

    |R|S Regular Member

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    sent you a pm
     
  3. Squall Leonhart

    Squall Leonhart Regular Member

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  4. TI-SP-SS dude

    TI-SP-SS dude Regular Member

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    what is the difference between a ti 10 US and a ti 10 CPor JP or CN?
    what does CP mean by the way?
     
  5. Cheung

    Cheung Moderator

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    To get an answer.....

    1) you could try equipment FAQ's

    2) could also try search function!;)
     
  6. TI-SP-SS dude

    TI-SP-SS dude Regular Member

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    you guys are all about search search search
    you know how long search takes?
    who has the time anymore?
     
  7. Cheung

    Cheung Moderator

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    The search function is very fast. I am running on 56K. Not broadband. Gee, I used the search function to help find some of your answers in the other threads. Thanks for the underappreciation.:(

    What's wrong with looking at old posts? (unless you can't read)
     
  8. Cheung

    Cheung Moderator

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    If you don't have time to search on this forum, then I'm not sure how much time you can play badminton;)
     
  9. TrunkZ69

    TrunkZ69 Regular Member

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    if you search it yourself, it saves time for cheung. since he'll prob. either search it for you OR use his precious time to delete your thread..:p
     
  10. swijaya0101

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    to me, they are all the same ... CP, JP, SP, etc.

    to some people, they claimed that it will improve their game play, which I always disagree.
     
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    you need to use it to know the difference.
    this topic has been debated for many times.
    some dun believe abt the superiority some do...
    it's up to u to believe! freedom of thought!
     
  12. swijaya0101

    swijaya0101 Regular Member

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    can you let me know which part of CP or JP that can improve our style of playing compare to SP or TH or other versions?

    in my personal opinion, racket wont improve your style of playing. you can use yonex, yangyang, victor, ashway, etc. and your game play would still be the same.

    it's your footstep, your touch of the shuttle, your ability to control the court which will improve the way you play, which you can only master those things by practise.
     
  13. mongoose

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    Hehe!
    Based on these theories, I think I should just use my wooden Carbonex 3 again. :D

    swijaya0101 and |R|S both have valid points.
    I agree with |R|S that CP, JP, SP etc are different in terms of weight, balance and flex.
    I am lucky to have had the opportunity to own and play with these 3 versions for long periods of time to be able to pass my judgement.
    So to be fair, you really have to play with the different versions long enough to be able to make any comments.

    However I also tend to agree with swijaya0101 that CP rackets may not improve your game.
    After all, CP rackets are just.... "different" from other rackets.
    They are not necessarily "better".
    So again it boils down to individual preference.
    What really really will improve your game will be practice practice and practice. :)

    Cheers!

    [Make love, not war!]
     
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    Agreed. You can't really say and give constructive comments that they're all the same without even trying them out first! I rem Mongoose told me that even if you blindfold him, he'll still be able to differentiate which is SP, JP, CP, etc. It's not because it's JP or CP and physcologically (mentally) you think it's better.

    But then again, JP/CP rackets might not improve your game and I must admit that I prefer the MP100 SP then the JP/CP counterpart (thanks to Mongoose for all his JP, CP rackets!! :D). But one thing FOR SURE is that JP/CP rackets are more durable than SP rackets. Experienced stringers have commented that the head frame for SP rackets shrunk more than JP/CP rackets when strung between 26-29lbs.
     
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  15. plextor

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    is anybody here, who knows the following shop:

    www.bbesports.com ?
    (!!!not!!!www.bbeshop.com !!not!!)

    they have yonex cp rackets. for example
    ti-10 2u for 185 us$

    So is there an opinion about the shop?
    (of course i cant understand much on the site ;-)

    greets
     

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