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  1. speaking of handrolling shafts, for the launch of all the mitsubishi tensei tour prototypes a couple years ago, think pro orange v1 and pro orange v2, mitsubishi had them(the initial run of less than 100 tour prototypes) hand rolled in japan, i wonder if it was syncagraphite who did that for them?
  2. I do want to add one more thing, I know the hype around multi-axis shafts is all the rage lately, but I believe all the loop shafts are uni-directional, but they are something special
  3. Just stumbled upon this thread here...will lend my thoughts. I have played the IP since it first came out, as a fan of mid 70 gram shafts, as soon as the specs were released it caught my eye immediately. I probably prefer a slightly stiffer butt section for whatever reason, and this IP features that in both the tip/butt. They definitely are a smooth feeling shaft, I have always been more of a fujikura guy as opposed to the mitsubishi shafts; my favourite of all time was the fujikura tour-spec 771TA which was a tour only shaft, similar to the og 757 but with a weaker tip and stiffer butt. Anyways, back to the loop, I will re-iterate what nobs has said, smooth and they definitely have a weighted feeling to them compared to what the specs say, its hard to explain...
  4. you mean the one you post on? using the same username...is there something wrong with you?
  5. Crazy has released a couple shafts in the past month or so, dubbed the "shooter" TRPX also just came out with the "afterburner" which is going to be in the 50gram range, and of course quadra/fire express has the new "hotrod" which is there entry into the 50gram range, but there is also a 60 available... and the newest released the prototype v (5) "full throttle" I am curious where you saw the elite cord grips, any info or pics or where I can see some info on them?
  6. So I am finally going to get a set of the kyoei prototype mb's through Chris and the online store here, just wondering what everyone would do with regards to a 3 iron? I am actually pretty happy with the way the kyoei's are lofted with the constant 4* between the 4iron through PW, but I still need a 3 iron...I would prefer a players/athlete style cb, but need it in the 18*/19* range to fit the lofts.... anyone have any ideas? something from miura perhaps? i am open to ideas here.... maybe the 3 iron from either the new tour b x-bl combo's from bridgestone or the 3 iron from the new honma tw747v might work they are both 20* but could be bent 1* strong for sure, mabye 2 to get me to 18*
  7. nob if you want 460, why not the new baldo which is named after the one from a couple years ago, talk about confusing....but the new competizione 568 strong luck, seems to be right near the top in all the blogs....i know its dat55g as opposed to the SP face that you prefer but still....
  8. Nob, Do not want to clutter your thread, but I see in the post you made selling the drivers in the b/s/t you mentioned wanting to try some new heads, care to share what those are? and what is on your radar in terms of drivers you have in mind of wanting to try? new Jbeam J3 tour perhaps?
  9. That makes two of us, always an official kick-off to the season for me....
  10. The holy grail of Titleist Irons; 2-PW DG-S400 D4 swingweight, tour velvet full cord grips $3000 OBO
  11. Chikara V1 Prototype Wedges;Handground by Carl; Heads by Kyoei52 bent to 53 and 60 bent to 59DGS400 Smoke Black Shafts with Nowon No.1 GripsI can not remember the exact length it is either 35.50 or 35.25 both are D4$1000 OBO for the pair.
  12. I think the MR70 was developed for the Tensei line, although I maybe incorrect? it might go back to the Diamana BF (4th gen blue profile diamana)
  13. I came across this the other day on one of the ameblo blogs; while it is about 10grams lighter than my preferred weight (I like something in the mid 70's) Add me to the list as well for wanting to give it a go. I know mitsubishi seems to be the tops for most on the PGA, but I always keep gravitating back to Fujikura for some reason (the new ventus is supposed to be very nice as well, just a little too stiff in the tip for me I think)
  14. Just wondering those who have experience what is everyones favourite high end putter shafts, diamana pt, dogatti, teramoto, etc please if there are others let me know.
  15. JBeam J3 Tour driver (the true successor to the legendary original BM- 435) Looks mighty good, perhaps Nobs or Chris can shed some more info? http://www.jbeam.co.jp/product-sub-01.data_/driver.data_/product-01-driver-30.html
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