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Latest Ti-10

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by Mesita1, Apr 17, 2003.

  1. Mesita1

    Mesita1 Regular Member

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    whats the newest version of ti-10 is itthe long or the sp, and what does sp stand for nt the country code...
     
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    To the best of my knowledge SP can designate a country code or region code. SP on the shaft of the racquet is a region code which indicates that the racquet is destined for distribution in Asia. SP in the serial number designates a country code which in this case is Singapore.

    I could be wrong, but I thought all Ti-10s were considered "Long" (674mm). If you see SP on the shaft, that just means that the racquet was to be distributed in Asia.

    If you are curious about country codes, you might check out this thread:

    http://www.badmintonforum.com/vb/showthread.php?s=&threadid=7724

    Hope that answers your question.
     
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    Mesita1 Regular Member

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    ya i understand that SP is the country cod but what is the latest version of the ti-10 ??
     
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    what in the wrold are you talking about
    there is no latest version
    it's been discontinued
     
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    oh
    there is a long version for Ti-10.
    do u mean that?
     
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    Mesita1 Regular Member

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    i knoe its been discontinued but is there (was) their different versions such as long and light and im sayig whats the newest one right before it got discontinued b/c im looking to buy 1...
     
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    Ti-10 Long is the latest one then.
     
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    SP = South Pacific
     
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    ok thanks thats what i was wondering :D
     
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    LONG is teh only one you will find
    as for SP and other stuff, does it matter?
     
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    no im not looking for any particular country codes.. . just got confused b/c sum1 said i have a ti-10sp and they said they werent reffering tothe country codes but thanks for clearing that up:cool:

    BTW didu ever get a ti-10 cause i saw u posting around for 1 (ti-sp-ss dude)
     
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    yes i did
    see my thread (ti 10 vs CAb 20)
    it will tell you what i think about ti 10 and it's peformance
     
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    ok kool... ya i have an mp-77 at the moment and im looking at the ti-10 b/c i heard it has unmatched power and ive been dying to get my hands on one...
     
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    G'day,

    To the best of my knowledge, Yonex did release a regular length version of Ti-10. However this was only ever released in Japan and was not sold outside land of Gozilla. All the Ti-10s I've ever come across have been long version. (Correct me if I am wrong here Kwun/Cheung/Mag/Cooler/YYFan!;))

    If you want something that beats MP77 in power, look for a MP100 or Iso Ti SP-SX. Be quick though as both of these rackets have been earmarked for discontinuation!

    In my racket collection, I agree that Ti-10 is the most powerful of all.
     
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    so wait is a mp 100 got more power than a mp 77 and than a mp 99 .. and alo is a mp-100 have mre than a ti-10 b/c i havent heard of anything stronger than a ti-10???:confused:
     
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    dont go full power
    power can be achieve by praticing shots and learning how to correctly hit them. power is good, but it wont always win you games
     
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    is there a power difference between the ti10 in 3u and 2u?
     
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    Based on information found at the United States Stringers Association, the 2U will be more powerful than the 3U.
    This can also be deduced logically since heavier objects have more inertia. So, assuming that the 2U and the 3U have the same weight distribution, the 2U will have more power than the 3U.
    Of course, if oyu aren't strong enough to move a 2U fast enough, a 3U might be more playable.

    http://www.racquettech.com/basicfacts.html

    Hope that helps.
     
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    awww crap! i bought a 3u ti10 by accident! i want 2u regardless of how far i hit it out i like the power of the 2u.
     
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    with 3u you already have enough power, and even some to spare. y would you want more? waht could it give you? I used a 3u i everything i hit was far from being in the court, if you get a 2u wont it be worse? and with 3u you get more control and it's easier to move around it.
     

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