Tensei Orange Graphics

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  • tarmactrrtarmactrr Members Posts: 180
    Also just FYI my shaft came from People's Clubs, so I'd imagine he knows what he's selling.
  • MobMob Just Another Lefty Members Posts: 3,470 ✭✭
    tarmactrr wrote:


    Also just FYI my shaft came from People's Clubs, so I'd imagine he knows what he's selling.




    I am not doubting that what you have is legitimate, I just don't understand why they didn't label their pro versions, by simply stamping "pro" somewhere on the shaft. It would have been so simple, and instead, they are creating a lot of confusion. Is there no distinguishing graphic between the Pro and Non-Pro Orange? Why in the world would they do something that stupid?
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  • noodle3872noodle3872 Chilliwack B.C. CanadaMembers Posts: 2,654 ✭✭
    I've been following along the Mitsubishi shaft threads on several sites. The Pro Orange, even in proto stage had MR70 on the tip. Could a batch have slipped thru without it? Sure, I guess so.
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  • jph4387jph4387 Members Posts: 939 ✭✭
    Mine is the pro version and it doesn't say boron or mr70. I know it's a pro due to the TX flex.
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  • tarmactrrtarmactrr Members Posts: 180
    noodle3872 wrote:


    I've been following along the Mitsubishi shaft threads on several sites. The Pro Orange, even in proto stage had MR70 on the tip. Could a batch have slipped thru without it? Sure, I guess so.




    Or perhaps the proto V3 had the MR70 label and they decided to drop it for the production versions. The production version hasn't been out very long at all.
  • tommaso05tommaso05 Members Posts: 247 ✭✭
    Mine is a 60 TX v3. Newer run. No text/graphics under Mitsubishi Chemicals. Here's what the butt sticker looks like:





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  • noodle3872noodle3872 Chilliwack B.C. CanadaMembers Posts: 2,654 ✭✭
    tarmactrr wrote:

    noodle3872 wrote:


    I've been following along the Mitsubishi shaft threads on several sites. The Pro Orange, even in proto stage had MR70 on the tip. Could a batch have slipped thru without it? Sure, I guess so.




    Or perhaps the proto V3 had the MR70 label and they decided to drop it for the production versions. The production version hasn't been out very long at all.




    Could be but then Mitsubishi should take down the pics they have on the Pro Orange product page as it shows the MR70 label.
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  • trhodetrhode Fitter / Builder Members Posts: 1,961 ✭✭
    Considering MRC hasn't even started to ship the non-pro orange to its distributors, it's very unlikely that anyone has a non-pro version. At this time, there is no way to confirm what the non-pro will even look like. Swing Science only has the Pro version and has no official date when or if they will receive the non-pro for distribution. Considering this is the 3rd version of this shaft and the year is half over, it's possible MRC hasn't even decided on the profile makeup of the non-pro yet.
  • jph4387jph4387 Members Posts: 939 ✭✭
    trhode wrote:


    Considering MRC hasn't even started to ship the non-pro orange to its distributors, it's very unlikely that anyone has a non-pro version. At this time, there is no way to confirm what the non-pro will even look like. Swing Science only has the Pro version and has no official date when or if they will receive the non-pro for distribution. Considering this is the 3rd version of this shaft and the year is half over, it's possible MRC hasn't even decided on the profile makeup of the non-pro yet.




    Great question. One possibility is I know they quit doing the non-pro tensei blues in the short term. With the latest Callaway steelhead release, the stock tensei blue has silver below the blue ring. I wonder if the non-pro versions will all look like that.
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  • trhodetrhode Fitter / Builder Members Posts: 1,961 ✭✭
    jph4387 wrote:

    trhode wrote:


    Considering MRC hasn't even started to ship the non-pro orange to its distributors, it's very unlikely that anyone has a non-pro version. At this time, there is no way to confirm what the non-pro will even look like. Swing Science only has the Pro version and has no official date when or if they will receive the non-pro for distribution. Considering this is the 3rd version of this shaft and the year is half over, it's possible MRC hasn't even decided on the profile makeup of the non-pro yet.




    Great question. One possibility is I know they quit doing the non-pro tensei blues in the short term. With the latest Callaway steelhead release, the stock tensei blue has silver below the blue ring. I wonder if the non-pro versions will all look like that.




    ...and as usual, Callaway is using some kind of watered down, not quite the real thing version of a shaft. It's a pain in the a** when someone breaks one!
  • markjincmarkjinc Banned Posts: 1,900
    Well, now I'm really confused. I ordered a 70TX V3 from Toll Bros and mine reads Mitsubishi Rayon NOT Mitsubishi Chemical.
  • golf4fungolf4fun ClubWRX Posts: 539 ClubWRX
    markjinc wrote:


    Well, now I'm really confused. I ordered a 70TX V3 from Toll Bros and mine reads Mitsubishi Rayon NOT Mitsubishi Chemical.




    My understanding is the Rayons of the orange are handmade, chemical massed produced! Mitsubishi has made this really confusing, hopefully tollbros will weigh in!
  • noodle3872noodle3872 Chilliwack B.C. CanadaMembers Posts: 2,654 ✭✭
    markjinc wrote:


    Well, now I'm really confused. I ordered a 70TX V3 from Toll Bros and mine reads Mitsubishi Rayon NOT Mitsubishi Chemical.




    Now to make matters even more confusing, my 2017 TM M2 Tour Issue driver arrived today with a Pro Orange 60 Stiff. It is labeled Mitsubishi Chemical and has no MR70 graphic like on their product page.
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  • tarmactrrtarmactrr Members Posts: 180
    markjinc wrote:


    Well, now I'm really confused. I ordered a 70TX V3 from Toll Bros and mine reads Mitsubishi Rayon NOT Mitsubishi Chemical.




    That's probably the pre production prototype shaft V3. I know he's had a few of them.

    noodle3872 wrote:

    markjinc wrote:


    Well, now I'm really confused. I ordered a 70TX V3 from Toll Bros and mine reads Mitsubishi Rayon NOT Mitsubishi Chemical.




    Now to make matters even more confusing, my 2017 TM M2 Tour Issue driver arrived today with a Pro Orange 60 Stiff. It is labeled Mitsubishi Chemical and has no MR70 graphic like on their product page.




    Pull the grip and look at the sticker. If it has CKPR OR then it's a pro orange.
  • MobMob Just Another Lefty Members Posts: 3,470 ✭✭
    Been playing my V2 vs. Pro Orange for the past couple of weeks, both in a Cobra King LTD head, and I have been impressed with both shafts. I am still not sure which one I prefer, as I like them both. I don't seem to have the type of swing that immediately makes one of them bad for me, like others have said on here. The Pro Orange does launch lower than the V2. The V2 feels little stiffer overall to me, but only by a very small amount. I drove the ball pretty well today using the Orange. I was going to test the V2 on the course sometime this week, but my son tried it today and loved it. I may not be getting this one back from him.
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  • TheBIIgCatTheBIIgCat ClubWRX Posts: 1,446 ClubWRX
    They def make the pro in a stiff, but I too am trying to figure out how to tell it's a pro
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  • MobMob Just Another Lefty Members Posts: 3,470 ✭✭
    TheBIIgCat wrote:


    They def make the pro in a stiff, but I too am trying to figure out how to tell it's a pro




    As stated above. If the sticker under the grip says CKPR OR, it is the pro. Also, as of now, the non-pro Orange isn't out yet, according to trhode
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  • TheBIIgCatTheBIIgCat ClubWRX Posts: 1,446 ClubWRX
    I hope you are right about that, I bought one today, 70s and got a great deal, with PayPal protection but I'm just hoping it's real deal. Says Mitsubishi chemical also
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  • DTown3011DTown3011 #DTown3011 ClubWRX Posts: 3,574 ClubWRX
    Excited to get the V3 Pro Orange in play against some of the other MCA gems in the stable...



    For what it's worth it swingweighted a full 3-4 points lower than my old KK Silver TiNi. It's EXTREMELY counterbalanced. I'm now playing a 14g and 7g in my SZ driver and before it was a 12g/2g combo.



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  • ValtielValtiel Konica-Minolta Bizhub Members Posts: 1,895 ✭✭
    edited Jul 15, 2017 #51
    DTown3011 wrote:


    Excited to get the V3 Pro Orange in play against some of the other MCA gems in the stable...



    For what it's worth it swingweighted a full 3-4 points lower than my old KK Silver TiNi. It's EXTREMELY counterbalanced. I'm now playing a 14g and 7g in my SZ driver and before it was a 12g/2g combo.







    **** collection!



    Interesting about the counter weighting, by the description it sounded like it was less counter weighted than the V2, but mine had the same impact. I lengthened my 915 by half an inch to balance the counter balancing, it was right about 3 swing weight points difference from my backup Kai'li.
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  • dfahnestockdfahnestock Dane Juris Members Posts: 421 ✭✭
    I have the same concern as well. Just received an Orange shaft sold to me as 'Pro Orange'. The shaft flex is TX but there are no graphics near the tip like I expected. Seems to me that there are only two possible scenarios.



    1. They make a TX version of the regular Orange and it is not listed on the site

    2. There were Pro Orange shafts released after the Boron tip change, without any graphics, prior to the new tip graphics



    I am hoping someone can confirm that #2 is the scenario in play here.
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  • bfizzybfizzy San DiegoMembers Posts: 216 ✭✭
    I have the same concern as well. Just received an Orange shaft sold to me as 'Pro Orange'. The shaft flex is TX but there are no graphics near the tip like I expected. Seems to me that there are only two possible scenarios.



    1. They make a TX version of the regular Orange and it is not listed on the site

    2. There were Pro Orange shafts released after the Boron tip change, without any graphics, prior to the new tip graphics



    I am hoping someone can confirm that #2 is the scenario in play here.




    Mine is like your scenario #2 and got mine from a reputable dealer. He did the grip and tip so can't see what's on the sticker underneath but it definitely plays like what the pro is supposed to play like
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  • campioncampion 3-jack-king Members Posts: 652


    I have the same concern as well. Just received an Orange shaft sold to me as 'Pro Orange'. The shaft flex is TX but there are no graphics near the tip like I expected. Seems to me that there are only two possible scenarios.



    1. They make a TX version of the regular Orange and it is not listed on the site

    2. There were Pro Orange shafts released after the Boron tip change, without any graphics, prior to the new tip graphics



    I am hoping someone can confirm that #2 is the scenario in play here.




    Orange doesn't have boron in the tip i have an orange with a callaway tip, pro version come in tx flexes





    It's on BST for a great price if someone wants to try it out
  • DTown3011DTown3011 #DTown3011 ClubWRX Posts: 3,574 ClubWRX
    campion wrote:



    I have the same concern as well. Just received an Orange shaft sold to me as 'Pro Orange'. The shaft flex is TX but there are no graphics near the tip like I expected. Seems to me that there are only two possible scenarios.



    1. They make a TX version of the regular Orange and it is not listed on the site

    2. There were Pro Orange shafts released after the Boron tip change, without any graphics, prior to the new tip graphics



    I am hoping someone can confirm that #2 is the scenario in play here.




    Orange doesn't have boron in the tip i have an orange with a callaway tip, pro version come in tx flexes





    It's on BST for a great price if someone wants to try it out




    Correct no boron in the orange tip. Per the site:



    "We’ve replaced the boron fortified tip-section with MR70 – Mitsubishi Chemical's strongest carbon fiber to date."
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  • dfahnestockdfahnestock Dane Juris Members Posts: 421 ✭✭
    My question is that the website shows a tip graphic for the MR70 tip, but the Pro version that I have does not have any tip graphic...
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  • DTown3011DTown3011 #DTown3011 ClubWRX Posts: 3,574 ClubWRX


    My question is that the website shows a tip graphic for the MR70 tip, but the Pro version that I have does not have any tip graphic...




    No graphics on mine either. 60 TX
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  • StetsonStetson Members Posts: 2,439 ✭✭
    No tip graphics on mine
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  • MobMob Just Another Lefty Members Posts: 3,470 ✭✭
    No tip graphics on mine either. Remember, according to trhode, the only orange out on the market at this point is the pro version.
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  • ValtielValtiel Konica-Minolta Bizhub Members Posts: 1,895 ✭✭
    My money says once the prototyping moved from V2 to V3 that the MR70 graphic wasn't finalized. TollBros would have to confirm but in all likelihood only the most current Pro Orange shafts have the graphics with the older V3's (same shaft) and maybe even earlier runs of the final Pro Orange not having any graphics yet. Since "MR70" is totally new to the Mitsubishi shaft line I imagine that both the branding and the graphic itself were likely not yet finalized.
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    Nike Tour Issue SQ2 17* Diamana Blueboard 103x || SQ2 15* Diamana Blueboard 93x
    PING Anser 20* Aldila Rogue Black 110MSI 105h Tour-X || Taylormade V-Steel 21* Project X Rifle Satin 6.5
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  • trhodetrhode Fitter / Builder Members Posts: 1,961 ✭✭
    Mitsubishi is very bad about marking there shafts imo. The Kuro Kage Dual Core XT doesn't say XT on the graphics either. There is an XM version too. It's kind of like Veylix not marking the flex on the shaft anywhere. Once that sticker is gone, you're screwed.
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