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    Hello,sir
    i've just got my new racket : YONEX VOLTRIC Z FORCE
    serial no : 3957773
    291123 TH
    Thanks in advanced for your help
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    VIENG

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    Fake. Wrong serial number.

    Quote Originally Posted by viengvangvieng View Post
    Hello,sir
    i've just got my new racket : YONEX VOLTRIC Z FORCE
    serial no : 3957773
    291123 TH
    Thanks in advanced for your help
    regards
    VIENG

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    Quote Originally Posted by vuihaw View Post
    Fake. Wrong serial number.

    I am sorry, may I know from where do you know it is fake? can you tell me about it?

    since for me, IMO it looks good

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    1.2. Serial Code
    There should be two serial numbers on every Yonex racket, one on the shaft and the other on the cone. The one on the shaft is the serial number which increases with every racket manufactured. The one of the cone represents when your racket is produced, in the format DDMMYXCC, with DD and MM respectively being the date and month of production. The most important information is the year of production Y. For example, if Y is 2, then the racket is produced in 2002. If you spot an Arcsaber with Y = 0, it is definitely fake since Arcsaber did not exist then. CC represents the country which it is distributed from.

    Taken from the sticky post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by viengvangvieng View Post
    Hello,sir
    i've just got my new racket : YONEX VOLTRIC Z FORCE
    serial no : 3957773
    291123 TH
    Thanks in advanced for your help
    regards
    VIENG
    looks good to me...........

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    Quote Originally Posted by vuihaw View Post
    1.2. Serial Code
    There should be two serial numbers on every Yonex racket, one on the shaft and the other on the cone. The one on the shaft is the serial number which increases with every racket manufactured. The one of the cone represents when your racket is produced, in the format DDMMYXCC, with DD and MM respectively being the date and month of production. The most important information is the year of production Y. For example, if Y is 2, then the racket is produced in 2002. If you spot an Arcsaber with Y = 0, it is definitely fake since Arcsaber did not exist then. CC represents the country which it is distributed from.

    Taken from the sticky post.
    don't take that outdated posts seriously. they didn't know how Yonex will create their new cone code after 2010 and above (that posts is from 2008)

    now we know that: Yonex put 0 for 2010, 1 for 2011 and so on


    you should check my posts too it is on sticky
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...ets-Phenomenon

    Quote Originally Posted by Avenger View Post
    It seems there is a new trend of fake racket especially Nano Speed 9900 and Arcsaber 10, Armortech 900 P
    with shaft serial 7XXXXXX and production 2009-2010 (cone code: DDMM9X / DDMM0X)
    7 out of 10 are Nanospeed 9900 so be careful about it
    yes, it is possible to have the second last number as 0 since it could be mean 2010.
    how do we know if it is from 2010 or 2000? from the shaft serials. much lower shaft serials meaning it is from 2000, much higher is from 2010

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    Oh my bad, thanks for the clarification.

    viengvangvieng apologies if i made you panic.

    Quote Originally Posted by Avenger View Post
    don't take that outdated posts seriously. they didn't know how Yonex will create their new cone code after 2010 and above (that posts is from 2008)

    now we know that: Yonex put 0 for 2010, 1 for 2011 and so on


    you should check my posts too it is on sticky
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...ets-Phenomenon



    yes, it is possible to have the second last number as 0 since it could be mean 2010.
    how do we know if it is from 2010 or 2000? from the shaft serials. much lower shaft serials meaning it is from 2000, much higher is from 2010

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    Thanks for the clarificarion.

    Sorry If i made you panic viengvangvieng

    Quote Originally Posted by Avenger View Post
    don't take that outdated posts seriously. they didn't know how Yonex will create their new cone code after 2010 and above (that posts is from 2008)

    now we know that: Yonex put 0 for 2010, 1 for 2011 and so on


    you should check my posts too it is on sticky
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...ets-Phenomenon



    yes, it is possible to have the second last number as 0 since it could be mean 2010.
    how do we know if it is from 2010 or 2000? from the shaft serials. much lower shaft serials meaning it is from 2000, much higher is from 2010

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    Thanks for the clarification.

    Apology for my mistake

    Quote Originally Posted by Avenger View Post
    don't take that outdated posts seriously. they didn't know how Yonex will create their new cone code after 2010 and above (that posts is from 2008)

    now we know that: Yonex put 0 for 2010, 1 for 2011 and so on


    you should check my posts too it is on sticky
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...ets-Phenomenon



    yes, it is possible to have the second last number as 0 since it could be mean 2010.
    how do we know if it is from 2010 or 2000? from the shaft serials. much lower shaft serials meaning it is from 2000, much higher is from 2010

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