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Old 06-30-2010, 03:37 AM
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I have a first run chartreuse color, max weight champion Katana and I was wondering if anyone knows the actual release numbers for this disc.

There was a guy that had a few of them on Ebay. He stated that the chartreuse color sold out after the blue. I then checked out a few of his other auctions and it said the exact same thing, so I'm just not sure. Can't seem to find the release number of this color anywhere.

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Old 06-30-2010, 07:43 AM
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Release numbers are here: http://www.japanopen.info/index.php?...=46&Itemid=172
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Done then right?
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Old 06-30-2010, 01:30 PM
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There is no chartreuse color listed in those release numbers.
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There is no chartreuse color listed in those release numbers.
then you probably have a "transitional"... i have a light blue that is considered "transitional" for some reason. A definiition of what makes a FR katana transitional would help but good luck with that.
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Nope, it's definitely not transitional. It's chartreuse. I have the receipt, and I picked the color on the site itself.
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Try asking Hero or Innova
The lady at Hero is super cool
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I will do that, and yes she is a very cool person. Spoke to her a few times before when they were first being sold.
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