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Isometric Ti Swing Power SX CN/CP

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by jiara, Apr 20, 2002.

  1. jiara

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    with a PBSI signature on it.

    how much is it worth?
     
  2. Yogi

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    I dont think that there woud be one! It is like asking ferrari to make a car with a Lamborghini engine and the interiors of a merc!
     
  3. yysince92

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    CN/CP racquet just for china national badminton player, so it's impossible with PBSI signature
     
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    Also, the logo doesn't mean anything for the racket, besides of saying it's reconized by the Indoneasan badminton federation.
     
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    i agree. a CN/CP racket are made for the Chinese team, they will never have a PBSI logo in it. most likely it is a counterfeit one...
     
  6. jiara

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    if the logo doesnt mean anything, why wouldnt there be CN CP rackets? I saw a few rackets here with a CN/CP serial, and a PBSI logo on it. CN/CP rackets are made for the chinese nat players, but a few are distributed to shops. And those distributed to Indonesia will automatically have a PBSI symbol painted on them.
     
  7. jiara

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    Also, most rackets here have an SP serial number. Does that mean it is made for the singaporean team?

    sorry for my bluntness
     
  8. Yogi

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    No! The Indo players use Sp rackets! So does gopi. Plp like peter and other european players use Gr or something else!
     
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    Those rackets are for the China players which never has the logos. Only the SP would would. As what Kwun said it could be a conterfit if you see a CN/CP with a logo.
     
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    I don't think there is any Yonex CN/CP racquets distributed in indonesia.
     
  11. jiara

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    hmmm if you goto any of the dominant sports stores here, you will find atleast one or two rackets of CN/CP version. I have never seen High End rackets in the CN CP version, but I have seen carbonex series with the CN or CP and a PBSI logo. It works like this. The rackets are distributed to Indonesia, and among lets say 10000 rackets 500 are CN/CP version. All rackets are checked by PBSI and all or most atleast the CN/CP versions are approved thus marked with the PBSI logo.

    I shall have a picture posed soon

    cheers!
     
  12. Cheung

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    Which carbonex racquets have you seen with CN?
    Do these come at a price premium to the SP versions?

    Thanks
     

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