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  1. Another vote for Smoke RDX Black, I have a 70 g 6.0 tipped 1" in a SIM2 that I am hitting very well, tremendous distance and accuracy for me. To be fair I haven't hit a Ventus with Velocore, but can't see how it could be better.
  2. I have used the zip ties before as an experiment, they worked well.
  3. I have done both, but to me reaming is the easiest and less time consuming option, and probably the safest option if you are worried about damage.
  4. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B08Y899YP8/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 This is the link for the front weight I ordered, haven't got it yet.
  5. I used my 8 degree SIM2 with RDX Black 6.0 on the course for the first round yesterday. Absolutely the best driver combination I have ever had. Hit some bombs and hit almost every fairway, sorry should have kept more exact data, but was never in trouble all day off the tee. I swing at about 95 mph, and with this shaft I could swing normal and get a slight fade, or go after it hard and produce a slight draw, seems like a very solid performer for me so far. The feel is fantastic.
  6. I just purchased the front and back off Amazon.
  7. I got fitted for a RDX Black 6.0, 95 mph swing speed, fast transition, for a SIM2. Taylormade shaft, so not sure if it is tipped. Feel is fantastic. Will play with it for the first time today, will report back later.
  8. I would go with a TM M5. I bought a used SIM Max, but went back to the M5. It also has more adjustability with many aftermarket weights you can get to eliminate any swingweight issues you might have.
  9. Went from Project X 6.0 to Steelfiber i95S due to elbow pain. Has helped tremendously. My pain started from hitting off a mat in an iron fitting session. I tried the compression sleeve for a while and that helped some, but the switch to graphite helped more than anything else. Will never go back to steel in irons.
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