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  1. Thanks. So with a 56 g shaft probably around 250 or so? I’m not sure what an adapter weighs im comparing to a TSi1 which they are saying is 40 grams less than a standard driver.
  2. Anybody know the weight of the TSi1 ? It says 40 grams less
  3. Anybody have the head weight of the regular Epic Speed ?
  4. Ns pro 95gh to 85’s > @avguy said: > How much weight class difference are you looking at in the change? Years ago, I reshafted my reliable Mizuno MP-32. I had some lead elbow issues, so went from steel to graphite. Due to a nice low COG design on the Mizzies, I never had issue elevating their stock TT DG R300 shafts of 127G. > > So changing out to Recoils F4 125 @ 122G was not much of any heft issue, and very similar feel as the flex rating was more stiff in the Recoils kind of balancing out the change in composition and overall weight. With such a close change in s
  5. I understand performance to different specs. I was more worried about stability regarding the build itself. > @Mikeski said: > Of course you can reshaft irons. It's done all the time. Would I? Yes. All my irons I reshafted to graphite shafts due to elbow issues. Since going to graphite I actually improved in accuracy and distance. > > If you reshaft from one flex to another or one manufacture to another there can be performance issues depending on your swing speed, angle of attack, etc. > @Mikeski said: > Of course you can reshaft irons. It's done all the time. Wo
  6. First, can you do? I’m assuming yes but... Secondly, would you? Is there any performance issues or any issues doing it??
  7. Who does this? Have done this a few times but always wonder if you get it back on just right or if every time you take off and put it back on it’s a fraction off. Wondering if better just to leave on and roll with it.
  8. It is my understanding that even in the CF16's that the face cup was in 7i and lower and 8i - pw there was no face cup...? Or maybe that was just in pro version. And I believe in the 19 Pros the face cup is not in the lower irons... vft face in those
  9. > @justasgood said: > Bigger difference is loft. The non dot PW loft is 45* I believe the dot head is 47* Correct
  10. I found out what iron shaft it is... It's called H-Tour 90. Only available in Asia currently.
  11. > @" SwooshLT" said: > > @juniorgolf18 said: > > > @" SwooshLT" said: > > > > @juniorgolf18 said: > > > > > @" SwooshLT" said: > > > > > Found it ..... J88 which is 2 grams lighter and slightly less torque than i series > > > > Yep, J. That's it. Couldn't remember the letter. Little tighter. Did you find the weight of the J88 exactly...? It is 85 like the i80? The torque is what we are worried about going from 1.8 ish up to 2.2+ > > > > > > > > > > > > > > Actual
  12. > @agolf1 said: > > @juniorgolf18 said: > > > @agolf1 said: > > > > @juniorgolf18 said: > > > > > @agolf1 said: > > > > > Her bag is definitely setup for someone with good clubhead speed. While a lot of clubfitters will say that shafts are mostly feel and weight (not flex) is the most important factor, it is still a bit surprising to see her playing NS Pro 950 R-flex irons given how fast she swings. I'd guess that even her driver shaft fees quite soft, given it is the 50 gram version (torque rating is much higher than other tip
  13. > @agolf1 said: > > @juniorgolf18 said: > > > @agolf1 said: > > > Her bag is definitely setup for someone with good clubhead speed. While a lot of clubfitters will say that shafts are mostly feel and weight (not flex) is the most important factor, it is still a bit surprising to see her playing NS Pro 950 R-flex irons given how fast she swings. I'd guess that even her driver shaft fees quite soft, given it is the 50 gram version (torque rating is much higher than other tip stiff designs). > > > > > > > > > > > > http:
  14. > @" SwooshLT" said: > > @juniorgolf18 said: > > > @" SwooshLT" said: > > > Found it ..... J88 which is 2 grams lighter and slightly less torque than i series > > Yep, J. That's it. Couldn't remember the letter. Little tighter. Did you find the weight of the J88 exactly...? It is 85 like the i80? The torque is what we are worried about going from 1.8 ish up to 2.2+ > > > > > > Actually down in torque by .2* ... > I think j88 is more in line with i95 The i95's are a lot to handle for the womens/juniors. I like the torque t
  15. > @" SwooshLT" said: > Found it ..... J88 which is 2 grams lighter and slightly less torque than i series Yep, J. That's it. Couldn't remember the letter. Little tighter. Did you find the weight of the J88 exactly...? It is 85 like the i80? The torque is what we are worried about going from 1.8 ish up to 2.2+
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