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I think that's a good choice. The Aldila Nxt Gen NV in the 65 X is very similar in flex profile to the V2 Black and is the same price. Britt Lindsey

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Cuttin iron shafts to length

Like Rlafoone stated, really need to know what KBS shaft it is and what tip diameter it is. Britt Lindsey

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Ping sigma putter grip

Not real sure, but most likely is epoxied inside the shaft.  It could be just a friction fit, but that would require some kind of expansion mechanism.  My bet is if you call Ping they could tell you...

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Jim did say that he did give a spreadsheet to Advance Shaft attendees that asked for it. It doesn't have torque on it. He did measure it for a while but because of discrepancies and again, the confusion...

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Bend profile and torque

We use the torque listing the shaft manufacturer publishes.  There are differences in the way many of he manufacturers measure the torque, but the variances between the different methods are not that...

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What Driver and Shaft?

The ISO-T is a a great driver in my opinion, but so is the KE4 TC adjustable.  If you were to try the ISO-T, I would go with the 9.5 degree.  However, because of what you stated about the face angle...

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Scotty Fantom Futura putter shaft.

It's not a 90 degree bore, so we have no "stock" double bend or single bend shafts that will work and I doubt the Odyssey double bend shaft we carry will work.  We can custom bend a shaft to match as...

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Shaft for old PING Karsten irons

The original Karsten Irons were good ones.  Very playable.  They take a .355 taper tip shaft, so the options for an inexpensive taper tip graphite are very limited.  Least expensive taper tip graphite...

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Tensei AV Raw Orange 65 S

A shaft can cause strike patterns to vary.  The shafts sole purpose in life is to deliver the club to the ball at impact in a consistent and repeatable manner.  When the dynamics of the shaft change,...

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shaft comparisons

The Aldila NV 65 is the stiffest overall profile of the 4 you listed.  The Mitsubishi C6 Black is the most flexible.  21 cycles variance between those two in the butt frequency and the NV65 is stiffer...

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tensei av series 75

We carry the Tensei AV Raw Orange, but not he Blue or White Series.  We can special order.  The Tensei AV Raw 75, in looking at the Titleist spec option sheet, is an option for their fairway woods. ...

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I don't think I can get to a 50 degree PW, but my initial thinking is to have this model have slightly weaker lofts than the trend. Probably not TE or MMB 17 lofts, but possibly in between those and the...

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HF 100 grip solvent

In our testing, it did not dry in completely in the 5-10 minutes.  It can depend on the type of grip.  That does not mean, however, that they are playable in 5-10 minutes.  Again, in our testing, the...

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Somebody have the Head-weight of all irons Mizuno JPX921 Pro or/and Titteist T200?

I do not have all the weights, but I have the #6 iron head weights.  The JPX921 Hot Metal Pro is 258.1g.  The Titleist T200 is 259.5g.  Since both models progress in length throughout the set by .5...

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Two iron heads (7&8) (9&PW) have the same club head weight

Not exactly sure the year the Tour II's came out, but it was in the early 90's, maybe 1993.  Tolerances on those clubs back in the day were not that great, so you could have an 8 iron that is 4 grams...

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Tip weights

6 gram graphite tip weights are all we offer.  You can actually use the tungsten tip weights by sanding the stem.  Sean, our chief assembler says in the rare cases he needs more than 6 grams, he has...

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Blade design article

Thanks for the nice comments.  Awesome that you have so many family members playing the product.  I wrote that article a while ago, but all still applies today.  The TE is a great model.  I played...

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Driver vs 3 wood lengths

Because the loft is much less in the woods, the lie has less effect on the direction.  Also, at the lengths most drivers and fairways are made today, the shaft droop is much greater in woods than in the...

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Dowling irons, FYI

Hey Woody.  Did that in my old Spaldings and PowerBuilts years ago when I was trying to play for a living.  When I switched to Ping, I don't remember doing it.  Should have.  I think I even did it...

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