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difference between sp and others

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by shangarang, Jun 1, 2006.

  1. shangarang

    shangarang Regular Member

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    hi just wondering wuts the difference between sp and other ones.. I know they are cheaper but anythin else?
     
  2. __Lam

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    uhhh, they got sp written on them :p
     
  3. EastDevil

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    SP stands for Search the forum Please.
     
  4. lightsmash

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    Sp stands for Super Power. :D
     
  5. qinglong

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    hey, I tot SP stands for So Pricey!
     
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    OH FFS. Some people here jsut try to be too smart assed right? SP stands for Search the forum Please? WTH. SP is a distribution code used by Yonex to control its sales nothing more.
     
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    Hey, lighten up. Soon, there'll be someone else asking the full composition of TH, CD, CN, JP, etc...
     
  8. EastDevil

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    If people actually search the forum, this SP and stuff have been discussed about over and over and over again. When will this ever end? The smart asses try to amuse themselves here, the d**b asses ask it over and over again.
     
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    Those are the country codes of the racquets if i am not mistaken. If you want further information, it is best that you do a simple search in the forums. This question had been asked and discussed too many times, that is why there is the hostility. ;)
     
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    People should be using the search since common questions keep comming up. It is not just the BC forum, other forums as well.
     

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