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Is mine real,n some questions regarding yy's country code

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by Smichz, Sep 16, 2007.

  1. Smichz

    Smichz Regular Member

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    The well known C-7030 stringing machine..



    Is mine real?Bought it for 1200RMB(156USD)after discounted.


    Also,like it has been discussed for all time,is there really any difference between JP,and any other country code,n in my case,CH?
    I often heard that JP is the best,then SP,then CH/TH.Is that true?What's the difference?How about the durability n the playability?R there anyone who got a CH racket?

    I've tried to play with an AT900-T (JP)-3U before,strung with a NBG98(JP)..and now i have an AT900-T(CH)-4U,strung with a NBG95(CH).What i knew,is that when i played with a JP,i felt i play with an absolute racket,out of league!But when i played with my CH,i felt really happy,that finally i own my dream racket.But there's no similar feeling to when i played with a JP.Why was that?Was that just because of my thinking,or is there really difference between those two?Can anyone explain this?

    Thx alot guys,and ur answers will be much appreciated!!:):)
     
  2. Smichz

    Smichz Regular Member

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    Oh yeah,btw,how much is a 4u can hold?28LBS?Anyone tried?
     
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    Would of made better sense, since you asking for a serial check in the serial thread that this stuff should of been posted there instead

    The rackets is genuine from looking at the pics.

    The anti-scatch plastic looks neat! The price, mmmm.... its like 2 dollars less than my JP.
     
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    All the same, just a distribution code difference.
    Maybe the feeling because you use different string
     
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    It is real and you have there my friend an awesome racket
     
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    Well, 28 is not officially recommended by Yonex but you are free to do any tension you want. You might break it and there will be no replacement.
     
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    3U and 4U will obviously have different "feel" plus the strings and tension will also affect the way it plays.
     
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    hey..i'm just wondering if there's any other brands that sell the anti scratch plastic? and where can i get them either in Perth, Singapore or Kuching (Malaysia)? that's the first time i've seen such thing..and how much does it cost?
     
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    The racket can hold, it's dependent on your stringer. :p
     
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    RSL Diamond X2 FP at 5U, string at 28lbs, no problem.......:D
     
  11. quik_silver

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    how come on the side it has victor's logo on it o_O
     
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    The start post already has the answer for that.
     
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    Looks Real to me, umm would you mind telling us where you got your anti plastic scratch? It looks really cool.:D
     
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    I wonder why the lady didn't use the Victor C-7030 (Exthree AM-600).
     
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    that's what i've been asking and i'm still waiting for answers :eek:
     
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    Smichz Regular Member

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    Hehe..i got it from the victor specialist store.It's the only one left in the store..so i'm considered lucky to get that..hehe.
     
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    Smichz Regular Member

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    It's a victor anti-scratch plastic.Besides,i never seen any fake yonex which carries any other brand with it.Fake models would fight to put yonex names on it,but never seen any fake yonex,any models,would carries any other brand names on it.Get what i mean?
     
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    She said she's not used to it.So she prefer to do it manually as she's more used to it.Too bad,since i also wanted to try to get my racket stringed with that machine..:mad:
     
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    Smichz Regular Member

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    U gotta start asking ur badminton equipment suppliers for that.Start to protect ur precious racket from scratching:D..
     
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    The anti-scatch thing is a neat idea. To some, it's just mickey mouse because your racket is bound to get scatched one way or another.

    One would maybe have a spare in storage!
     

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