SRD Tour 90 Experts, A question.

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  1. Jonnyf

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    Hello, anybody with basically any knowledge of the SRD Tour 90, See I've had an srd tour 90 for a few years that I take out to have a hit with every-so-often. Anyway, another one popped up on the UK Eb*y recently and I nabbed it for £10 (without pics/decent description) but it arrived today and on the throad instead of the normal "Super RD Tour 90" it says "Super RD Tour 90 SP" (pics below) And I was wondering if anybody was aware of what the "SP" version was?
    It appears to be exactly the same (aside from the new one being gripsize 4 and the old one size 2) the beam width/shape appears the same. Obviously, with the way yonex did their grip size/weight ratio the L4 is 11grams heavier, but 11 grams seems normal for 2 gripsize's So I don't think the "SP" is an extra weighty version.

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    Thanks guys/girls any help appreciated!
    JF
     
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  2. Sup2Dresq

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    SP means from Singapore market and TH means
    from Thailand market,as long as they have the serial
    numbers it's original.

    I found the above on the internet.
     
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  3. Jonnyf

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    .....and now I feel like an idiot!:neutral:
    Anyone know if their would be any differences?
     
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  4. westy

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    hey, jonnyf, i thought it might be you who bought the racket. i hope its as you expected! i am currently offloading all my rackets so just wanted to get rid of it!
     
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  5. Jonnyf

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    Haha, never realised it was yourself! Just give me a buzz with whatever else you've got for sale, I always like nipping in first ;-)


    Ps: Thanks I had no idea what condition it'd be in, so to find it in such brilliant condition was a great surprise! Thanks was just planning on sorting out the feedback

    JF
     
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  6. westy

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    glad your happy with it. im sorted out with a team vantage set so im trying to get rid of my rackets so im not tempted to switch again! i'll let you know if i put anything else up!
     
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  7. LanEvo

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    hey westy got anymore of those srd tour 90s?
     
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  8. vkartikv

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    Nice! Look at the tension difference b/w the two racquets (thanks to the grip size)....
     
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