What 's a good shaft for an Exotic 13*

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I'm currently playing an exotic 13* with a fuji 660tr stiff. I'm looking for something a little tighter and less spin. Any suggestions would be great. My clubhead speed is between 108-112. I love the diamana 83 stiff in my driver and was considering one for my exotic along with the speeder 869. Any other suggestions would be great.
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  • ChelanaceChelanace  317WRX Points: 55Members Posts: 317 Greens
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    I play both, Fuji Pro95 and Aldila ProtoPype 80 in my fairway woods and love them. Couldn't go wrong with what you have suggested either.
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  • Teetogreen86Teetogreen86 Spongeworthy Connecticut 1178WRX Points: 61Members Posts: 1,178 Platinum Tees
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    You can't go wrong with the 869. That's my favorite fairway wood shaft of all time.
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