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23 minutes ago, nitram said:

That doesn't sound unreasonable to me.

I agree, seems very reasonable to me. Now I have to decide soft step or not.

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On 10/8/2020 at 4:13 PM, MizunoMade said:

I agree, seems very reasonable to me. Now I have to decide soft step or not.

Put a order in yesterday. Miura tc-210/Mc-501 combo with mmt 125tx soft stepped and bbf and co ferrules 😍

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[i][font=times new roman,times,serif][size=2]3 wood: Callaway rogue sz - GD Tour AD-DI 7x[/size][/font][/i]
[i][font=times new roman,times,serif][size=2]Hybrid: Callaway Rogue 19* - GD Tour AD-DI 85x ---Testing Srixon H85 veylix rome 988x[/size][/font][/i]
[i][font=times new roman,times,serif][size=2]2-Iron: PXG 0311x extreme dark - KBS Tour prototype hybrid 95s+[/size][/font][/i]
[i][font=times new roman,times,serif][size=2]Irons: Mizuno JPX919 Tour 5-pw - Project x lz 6.5[/size][/font][/i]
[i][font=times new roman,times,serif][size=2]Wedges: Mizuno T7 52&58 - KBS Custom Black Wedge shafts[/size][/font][/i]
[i][font=times new roman,times,serif][size=2]Putter: Toulon Atlanta Garage All black[/size][/font][/i]

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5 hours ago, MizunoMade said:

Put a order in yesterday. Miura tc-210/Mc-501 combo with mmt 125tx soft stepped and bbf and co ferrules 😍

 

Have to say that setup sounds sick. :partytime2:

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Honma 737V / Mitsubishi MMT 125TX

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2 hours ago, J13 said:

 

Have to say that setup sounds sick. :partytime2:

 

I agree!

First time I go so exclusive and get the exact build I want 🙂

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[i][font=times new roman,times,serif][size=2]Driver: Mizuno st180 - Diamana Bf60x[/size][/font][/i]
[i][font=times new roman,times,serif][size=2]3 wood: Callaway rogue sz - GD Tour AD-DI 7x[/size][/font][/i]
[i][font=times new roman,times,serif][size=2]Hybrid: Callaway Rogue 19* - GD Tour AD-DI 85x ---Testing Srixon H85 veylix rome 988x[/size][/font][/i]
[i][font=times new roman,times,serif][size=2]2-Iron: PXG 0311x extreme dark - KBS Tour prototype hybrid 95s+[/size][/font][/i]
[i][font=times new roman,times,serif][size=2]Irons: Mizuno JPX919 Tour 5-pw - Project x lz 6.5[/size][/font][/i]
[i][font=times new roman,times,serif][size=2]Wedges: Mizuno T7 52&58 - KBS Custom Black Wedge shafts[/size][/font][/i]
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On 10/4/2020 at 2:53 PM, J13 said:

What MMT is that?

If this was for me its the 105TX soft stepped once. Need to back again and get a bigger sample size.

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Had these built by SUMM1T on here...clubs are amazing. Wanted these shafts and this thread got me to try the heads out, felt better than anything else I tried and I think I hit like 10-12 different heads that day. Previously played Recoil 125 F5 for 3-4 seasons, tested some steel here and there and was convinced the Recoils weren’t great in the wind. These are better on all levels as has been discussed here already. 
 

I don’t get what’s going on with the image flip...I edited them and rotated and they were still flipped. Oh well...here they are: 

 

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On 10/2/2020 at 6:06 PM, Yzmerf said:

 Got to do a trackman session today. 6 Iron has the MMT and the 7 and 5 are X100TI. Did you find a bit of adjustment period. The feel isn’t different enough to justify this. By the way i think i have a broken aimer when i get on a monitor. Everything is always pushed!!

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Which color is which?

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On 10/17/2020 at 5:20 PM, 27x10.5 said:

Had these built by SUMM1T on here...clubs are amazing. Wanted these shafts and this thread got me to try the heads out, felt better than anything else I tried and I think I hit like 10-12 different heads that day. Previously played Recoil 125 F5 for 3-4 seasons, tested some steel here and there and was convinced the Recoils weren’t great in the wind. These are better on all levels as has been discussed here already. 
 

I don’t get what’s going on with the image flip...I edited them and rotated and they were still flipped. Oh well...here they are: 

 

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That's a nice setup there.  MMT's continue to impress me.  I actually hit a buddy's 7 iron on the range which had an X100 in it.  I hit maybe 10-12 balls and then went back to my 7 iron with the MMT and immediately remembered why i'm not going back to steel.  The feel was night and day for me.  MMT makes a forged iron feel even better and zero vibrations.  

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Honma 737V / Mitsubishi MMT 125TX

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20 hours ago, Wardonation said:

Which color is which?

Yellow is 7, blue is 6 with the MMT, brown is the 5

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Titleist TSI3 15 Tensei AV White 7x

PXG 0341X Gen2 18 (16.5)HZRDUS Smoke
PXG 0317X Gen 2 17 (18.5) Evenflow Handcrafted 6.5

PXG 0317X Gen 2 22 Riptide 6.5

Mizuno MP-20 MMC 5-P $ Taper 120
Vokey SM8 Blackout 50.08F
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@Awainer1 haha love it

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Callaway Epic Speed 15* / Fuji Ventus Blue 8X               

Cally Mav Pro 20*  / Fuji Ventus Black 10TX

Honma 737V / Mitsubishi MMT 125TX

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Just had my new Miura TC-201 built with MMT Tour 105s and BBF&Co ferrules and holy hell do these these swing weight HEAVY. At 38”, my 5 iron is D6 and my 7 iron is D7. 🤣

 

I know Miura are always on the heavy side, but they are sledgehammers. Time to tinker with shorter lengths to get these swing weights down. Regardless though, loved the feel and performance of these in my 919 Tour so just a matter of getting these right. 

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Been playing 125TX in the P7MBs for a few months now and love them.  Came from Nippon 120Tx, and never going back.  No bad vibrations, plenty stiff, solid ball flight and balances well.  I'm never going back to steel

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Has anybody played Project X LZ 6.0 shafts before switching to the MMT? If yes, which weight / stiffness did you choose?

 

I play in my back-up set the MCA OT-I shafts in 105S and like the feel but they seem a bit weak. In my “gamers” I play the Project X shafts mentioned above but would like to go back to graphite, and was thinking about the MMT 105TX, as they are more or less the same weight than the Project X I currently play. I’m just scared that it would be too stiff for me. 
 

Unfortunately I have no possibility to try them, therefore any input would be appreciated.

 

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I am interested in this shaft.  I have been playing graphite for 10 years due to elbow tendonitis that required surgery.  I start with Recoils,  then went to Steelfibers, then to Fujikura Pro Tour Spec shafts.  I liked them all.  I think the Steelfibers had the best dispersion, but were also the shortest of the 3.  I am looking at the MMT's for my next set.  Thanks for all the great reviews.

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7 hours ago, Mob said:

I am interested in this shaft.  I have been playing graphite for 10 years due to elbow tendonitis that required surgery.  I start with Recoils,  then went to Steelfibers, then to Fujikura Pro Tour Spec shafts.  I liked them all.  I think the Steelfibers had the best dispersion, but were also the shortest of the 3.  I am looking at the MMT's for my next set.  Thanks for all the great reviews.

 

In the past 7 years I've "tinkered" with modern graphite shafts knowing I'd eventually move in that direction sooner than later out of necessity. I'd build a 7 iron with each shaft (including those you've listed) and to also include Accra i series Tour. In all honesty they all possessed positive qualities but in the end weren't "just right" for me and didn't quite produce the accuracy of steel. While the differences were small and subtle it wasn't enough to make a change. 

 

I've always been a Fujikura shaft fan with Accra being a close 2nd and MCI a not-so-distant 3rd. I played their 1st gen WB and BB flower bands for a decade. While I liked the Fuji Pro Tour Spec 115 more than the others I still couldn't get that steel feel of the X100 I've preferred for the past two decades. The Fuji MCI is a great shaft that I probably could've bagged but they weren't heavy enough. I do prefer this model in their wedge shaft and have recently switched to it over the S400.

 

So when MCI introduced the MMT 125TX shafts, I was excited. I grabbed the first one I could fit into a 7 iron and gave it a whirl. The first thing I noticed was there was very little difference in the way it feels compared to my X100. It's been said they designed this shaft to resemble the X100 and whether that's true or not, they feel and act closer to the X100 more than any other shaft I've sampled. It's just a smoother version that's easier on my wrists and elbows during a range session or round. The performance was almost on par as the distance and SS were exactly the same while the dispersion was a little better and the spin was reduced by around 150-200 rpm. 

 

After building a set of PING S55 5-P in them and playing them for a month consisting of a few range sessions and 19 rounds I made the decision to soft-step them 1 time. I was kind of on the fence about it because my scores weren't impacted negatively at all, but decided to do so simply because I am slowing down and was building them for the future. After playing them this way for the past 3 months I am really glad I did. It made them more marginally more consistent in distance and dispersion, and feel great.

 

Just last week I was digging through some of my old iron sets and came across a set of MIURA CB57's 5-P that I'd somehow overlooked. I pulled the X100's and soft-stepped them 1 time with the MMT 125TX and No.1 Pro 50 grips. I took them for a test round on Wednesday and had forgotten how well these irons perform and how much I like them. So after another range session and 9 practice holes the next day I put them in the bag. I played a 2-day tournament over the weekend and my approach shots were a scosche better with me hitting 14 and 13 GIR respectively. While the heads are as good as I remember, adding the shafts is what sets this combo apart from anything else I've tried. 

 

I'll close by saying these shafts work for me, better than any non-steel I've tried in delivering the same results of the X100, only smoother. If you can keep the ball closer to the center of the face you won't notice a difference. If you can't it'll take most of the sting out and but you'll still know you hit a bad shot. I definitely believe it's worth you giving it a try. I know I'm glad I did.

 

 

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5 minutes ago, nitram said:

 

In the past 7 years I've "tinkered" with modern graphite shafts knowing I'd eventually move in that direction sooner than later out of necessity. I'd build a 7 iron with each shaft (including those you've listed) and to also include Accra i series Tour. In all honesty they all possessed positive qualities but in the end weren't "just right" for me and didn't quite produce the accuracy of steel. While the differences were small and subtle it wasn't enough to make a change. 

 

I've always been a Fujikura shaft fan with Accra being a close 2nd and MCI a not-so-distant 3rd. I played their 1st gen WB and BB flower bands for a decade. While I liked the Fuji Pro Tour Spec 115 more than the others I still couldn't get that steel feel of the X100 I've preferred for the past two decades. 

 

So when MCI introduced the MMT 125TX shafts, I was excited. I grabbed the first one I could fit into a 7 iron and gave it a whirl. The first thing I noticed was there was very little difference in the way it feels compared to my X100. It's been said they designed this shaft to resemble the X100 and whether that's true or not, they feel and act closer to the X100 more than any other shaft I've sampled. It's just a smoother version that's easier on my wrists and elbows during a range session or round. The performance was almost on par as the distance and SS were exactly the same while the dispersion was a little better and the spin was reduced by around 150-200 rpm. 

 

After building a set of PING S55 5-P in them and playing them for a month consisting of a few range sessions and 19 rounds I made the decision to soft-step them 1 time. I was kind of on the fence about it because my scores weren't impacted negatively at all, but decided to do so simply because I am slowing down and was building them for the future. After playing them this way for the past 3 months I am really glad I did. It made them more marginally more consistent in distance and dispersion, and feel great.

 

Just last week I was digging through some of my old iron sets and came across a set of MIURA CB57's 5-P that I'd somehow overlooked. I pulled the X100's and soft-stepped them 1 time with the MMT 125TX and No.1 Pro 50 grips. I took them for a test round on Wednesday and had forgotten how well these irons perform and how much I like them. So after another range session and 9 practice holes the next day I put them in the bag. I played a 2-day tournament over the weekend and my approach shots were a scosche better with me hitting 14 and 13 GIR respectively. While the heads are as good as I remember, adding the shafts is what sets this combo apart from anything else I've tried. 

 

I'll close by saying these shafts work for me, better than any non-steel I've tried in delivering the same results of the X100, only smoother. If you can keep the ball closer to the center of the face you won't notice a difference. If you can't it'll take most of the sting out and but you'll still know you hit a bad shot. I definitely believe it's worth you giving it a try. I know I'm glad I did.

 

 

Thanks for sharing.  I also had the Accra i Tour shafts in a couple of sets and liked them as well.  They had a firmer feel to them, but good consistency for me.  I will definitely give these MMT shafts a try next season, when I buy new irons.

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On 10/10/2020 at 8:10 PM, Nic1972 said:

Please post some pictures once you receive the clubs!

Here are some pictures that they posted on their ig account. Get them on Tuesday.

 

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[i][font=times new roman,times,serif][size=2]3 wood: Callaway rogue sz - GD Tour AD-DI 7x[/size][/font][/i]
[i][font=times new roman,times,serif][size=2]Hybrid: Callaway Rogue 19* - GD Tour AD-DI 85x ---Testing Srixon H85 veylix rome 988x[/size][/font][/i]
[i][font=times new roman,times,serif][size=2]2-Iron: PXG 0311x extreme dark - KBS Tour prototype hybrid 95s+[/size][/font][/i]
[i][font=times new roman,times,serif][size=2]Irons: Mizuno JPX919 Tour 5-pw - Project x lz 6.5[/size][/font][/i]
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5 hours ago, MizunoMade said:

Here are some pictures that they posted on their ig account. Get them on Tuesday.

 

https://www.instagram.com/p/CG2lr42lx1g/?igshid=vicni3u7b24a

Awesome looking.  Did a similar thing.  TC-201 (4-6), MB-101 (7-PW) with the MMT 105TX (ss*1).  Couldn't be happier.  

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On 10/27/2020 at 1:50 PM, nitram said:

 

In the past 7 years I've "tinkered" with modern graphite shafts knowing I'd eventually move in that direction sooner than later out of necessity. I'd build a 7 iron with each shaft (including those you've listed) and to also include Accra i series Tour. In all honesty they all possessed positive qualities but in the end weren't "just right" for me and didn't quite produce the accuracy of steel. While the differences were small and subtle it wasn't enough to make a change. 

 

I've always been a Fujikura shaft fan with Accra being a close 2nd and MCI a not-so-distant 3rd. I played their 1st gen WB and BB flower bands for a decade. While I liked the Fuji Pro Tour Spec 115 more than the others I still couldn't get that steel feel of the X100 I've preferred for the past two decades. The Fuji MCI is a great shaft that I probably could've bagged but they weren't heavy enough. I do prefer this model in their wedge shaft and have recently switched to it over the S400.

 

So when MCI introduced the MMT 125TX shafts, I was excited. I grabbed the first one I could fit into a 7 iron and gave it a whirl. The first thing I noticed was there was very little difference in the way it feels compared to my X100. It's been said they designed this shaft to resemble the X100 and whether that's true or not, they feel and act closer to the X100 more than any other shaft I've sampled. It's just a smoother version that's easier on my wrists and elbows during a range session or round. The performance was almost on par as the distance and SS were exactly the same while the dispersion was a little better and the spin was reduced by around 150-200 rpm. 

 

After building a set of PING S55 5-P in them and playing them for a month consisting of a few range sessions and 19 rounds I made the decision to soft-step them 1 time. I was kind of on the fence about it because my scores weren't impacted negatively at all, but decided to do so simply because I am slowing down and was building them for the future. After playing them this way for the past 3 months I am really glad I did. It made them more marginally more consistent in distance and dispersion, and feel great.

 

Just last week I was digging through some of my old iron sets and came across a set of MIURA CB57's 5-P that I'd somehow overlooked. I pulled the X100's and soft-stepped them 1 time with the MMT 125TX and No.1 Pro 50 grips. I took them for a test round on Wednesday and had forgotten how well these irons perform and how much I like them. So after another range session and 9 practice holes the next day I put them in the bag. I played a 2-day tournament over the weekend and my approach shots were a scosche better with me hitting 14 and 13 GIR respectively. While the heads are as good as I remember, adding the shafts is what sets this combo apart from anything else I've tried. 

 

I'll close by saying these shafts work for me, better than any non-steel I've tried in delivering the same results of the X100, only smoother. If you can keep the ball closer to the center of the face you won't notice a difference. If you can't it'll take most of the sting out and but you'll still know you hit a bad shot. I definitely believe it's worth you giving it a try. I know I'm glad I did.

 

 

 

Thanks for sharing your feedback.  MMT was designed after the X100 in profile for one simple reason, the X100 is the goat of steel shafts.  I've found the same thing with regards to performance and my body thanks me for it.  No more wrist pain or elbow issues.  

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Honma 737V / Mitsubishi MMT 125TX

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I am wondering if anyone has come from the Recoil 95 F3 model to the MMT 85g regular flex?  With the MMT been the stock graphite shaft in the new Callaway Forged CB and MB I am wondering if this is a good transition. I always like tighter dispersion so it might be a win-win as I’m not getting any younger. Appreciate any thoughts or experiences if someone may have texted or made such a switch.  Where I live there is no where to test these shafts.

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On 11/2/2020 at 4:34 PM, J13 said:

 

Thanks for sharing your feedback.  MMT was designed after the X100 in profile for one simple reason, the X100 is the goat of steel shafts.  I've found the same thing with regards to performance and my body thanks me for it.  No more wrist pain or elbow issues.  

Would you say the 125TX plays identical to the X100 in terms of stiffness?  I had the 105 S hardstepped and loved them.  But, I typically play better with a heavier shaft.  I thought about either SS the 125TX or the 105TX to get the weight closer.  I am just concerned about how stiff they would be.  I can swing X100 SS1, maybe even straight in.  Thoughts?

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6 minutes ago, BigD said:

Would you say the 125TX plays identical to the X100 in terms of stiffness?  I had the 105 S hardstepped and loved them.  But, I typically play better with a heavier shaft.  I thought about either SS the 125TX or the 105TX to get the weight closer.  I am just concerned about how stiff they would be.  I can swing X100 SS1, maybe even straight in.  Thoughts?

 

I'll say yes. As close as any other shaft (steel and/or Graphite) you will find.

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MIURA CB57 4-7                           MCI MMT-125TX

MIURA MB-001 8-P                       MCI MMT-125TX
Chikara V1 Proto 52, 57, 61           MCI MMT-125TX (8-iron)

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On 11/2/2020 at 5:34 PM, J13 said:

 

Thanks for sharing your feedback.  MMT was designed after the X100 in profile for one simple reason, the X100 is the goat of steel shafts.  I've found the same thing with regards to performance and my body thanks me for it.  No more wrist pain or elbow issues.  

How would you compare the MMT 125TX to PX 6.5? I’ve tried X100 multiple times and like the feel but my dispersion isn’t great and tend to hit the odd pull with them thus why I’ve been a PX player but am interested in the 125TX but don’t know how it would translate. 

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7 hours ago, budcangolf said:

How would you compare the MMT 125TX to PX 6.5? I’ve tried X100 multiple times and like the feel but my dispersion isn’t great and tend to hit the odd pull with them thus why I’ve been a PX player but am interested in the 125TX but don’t know how it would translate. 


its been a long time since I played px 6.5 but I will say the 125tx is a little more stout than dgx100.  

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On 10/25/2020 at 10:28 PM, racmbs said:

Just had my new Miura TC-201 built with MMT Tour 105s and BBF&Co ferrules and holy hell do these these swing weight HEAVY. At 38”, my 5 iron is D6 and my 7 iron is D7. 🤣

 

I know Miura are always on the heavy side, but they are sledgehammers. Time to tinker with shorter lengths to get these swing weights down. Regardless though, loved the feel and performance of these in my 919 Tour so just a matter of getting these right. 

This is the reason I had to get rid of my apex pro with MMT 105s, they swing weighted between D4 & D5. I typically play between between D1 & D2. When my swing was on they were better than any other graphite shaft I have tried. If it was cold and I was not swinging well they were very low smother hooks. I have tried going shorter I the past but that did not work out for me so I didn’t touch the lengths, I play best at standard 38” 5 iron. Had to sell them, going to get fit for something else in the spring.

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Titleist head weights are light if you’re looking for lighter swing weights. Otherwise you can always port out the hosels of the Miuras. 

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