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    maybe it's typo error. but anyways. why is the NS7700 same price as NS9KS lol. <_>

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    is it possible for the serial number running from 59 to 64 in 6 months?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Athelete1234 View Post
    The NS7700 doesn't have enough numbers in it's shaft serial. It's supposed to be 7 digits long.
    Yes, you're right. Thanks for reminding me. (I corrected the info)

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    Now that I look at it, when was NS7700 released?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Athelete1234 View Post
    Now that I look at it, when was NS7700 released?
    is it year 2007? correct me if i am wrong. didnt really can memorize all the models' introduction year.

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    Ns7700 should have been introduced round about late August 2006 / early September 2006.

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    racket model: Yonex musclepower 99
    shaft serial: 6473991

    cone code : 181063th
    source : ebay seller id = tum98
    price : 135

    i was wondering if this is real.

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    Quote Originally Posted by baka-kun View Post
    racket model: Yonex musclepower 99
    shaft serial: 6473991

    cone code : 181063th
    source : ebay seller id = tum98
    price : 135

    i was wondering if this is real.
    Tum98 should be real.

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    yay.. thanks.. the string tension on the raquet it said from 17-22.. but isn't it suppose to be 23? is it because it's a TH version? amd what's the different between TH and other version ex. CD..

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    Default Hi all

    Coule someone help me? I bought a NS 9000 and NS 7700 in Harbin, China, in a non-retail store. I wonder if they are genuine because the seller didn't give me a warranty card, and because he sold it at 950 RMB each (retail stores all sell it at 1350 to 1690 RMB). Also, they have SP codes. Aren't SP codes famous for fake rackets on eBay?


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    racket model: Yonex Nanospeed 9000 Type-S
    shaft serial: 5966995
    cone code : 160262SP
    source : unknown shop name, Harbin (China)
    price : 950 RMB (approx. $125 US)
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    racket model: Yonex Nanospeed 7700
    shaft serial: 6469912
    cone code : 290962SP
    source : unknown shop name, Harbin (China)
    price : 950 RMB (approx. $125 US)
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    Thanks

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    racket model: Yonex Armortec 900 Technique
    shaft serial: 6977891

    cone code : 220672SP
    source : one of the retail in bras basah (sgp)
    price : $265
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    Thank a lot

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    Hi can you help me for this racket please

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    racket model: Yonex nanospeed 9000X
    shaft serial: 6676562
    cone code : 206828JP
    source : Ebay seller (pauletjeans)

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    Thank you !

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    Quote Originally Posted by HanZo View Post
    Hi can you help me for this racket please

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    racket model: Yonex nanospeed 9000X
    shaft serial: 6676562
    cone code : 206828JP
    source : Ebay seller (pauletjeans)

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    Thank you !
    did you already purchase this racquet already? date code is too counterfeit...

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    unfortunately yes. i bought this racket last week on ebay...
    i'am very disappointed.

    So thank you for the answer

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    Quote Originally Posted by HanZo View Post
    unfortunately yes. i bought this racket last week on ebay...
    i'am very disappointed.

    So thank you for the answer
    Well, why did you do it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryim_ View Post
    did you already purchase this racquet already? date code is too counterfeit...
    Yes, if the first two digits are greater than 31, or the third and forth digit are greater than 12, or both, then it's fake for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AChan View Post
    pls kindly help me to check below. Thanks a lot!

    (1)
    racket model: Isometric Ti Swing Power
    shaft serial: 3053286
    cone code : 190413GR
    source : HK shop
    (2)
    racket model: Isometric Ti Swing Power
    shaft serial: 2381632
    cone code : 141292TH
    source : second hand from friend

    (3)
    racket model: Yonex nanospeed 8000
    shaft serial: 5458591
    cone code : 230352SP
    source : second hand from friend

    (4)
    racket model: Yonex Isometric Tour 800
    shaft serial: no serial no.
    cone code : 4 C5015CN
    source : HK shop

    (5)
    racket model: Yonex Isometric Swing Power 900 Long SP
    shaft serial: no serial no.
    cone code : 12118
    source : Second hand from friend

    (6)
    racket model: Yonex Isometric Swing Power 900 Long SP
    shaft serial: 4134438
    cone code : 111223SP
    source : HK shop
    I have checked in the information of your Yonex
    1) Isometric Ti Swing Power shaft Serial:3053286; Cone Date Code:190413GR (date=19 Apr 2001);
    2) Isometric Ti Swing Power shaft Serial:2381632; Cone Date Code:141292TH (date=14 Dec 1999);
    (According to my list, the previously 1st item is an Isometric Swing Power 900 SX of serial no. 2423536 date code 240102SP (date=24 Jan 2000); the Iso TiSwing Power is just 40 days ealier);
    3) Nanospeed 8000 shaft Serial:5458591; Cone Date Code:230352SP (date=23 Mar 2005);
    4) Unable to verify;
    5) Unable to verify;
    6) Isometric Swing Power 900 Long shaft Serial:4134438; Cone Date Code:111223SP (date=11 Dec 2002)
    to my information list of Yonex rackets made in Japan, their serial nos. and date codes are legitimate.
    However you still need to inspect the other physical features of the rackets carefully and compare the specifications to ascertain their total legitimacy or authenticity yourself.
    Last edited by leehsim; 08-19-2007 at 09:42 PM.

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