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#1 JonT



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Posted 27 October 2012 - 08:27 PM

I have done a Internet wide search on these shafts and have not found any information on them. I know they come in some Cobra and Nike models, and appear to be made for them as there is not a Dynalite 90 listed among True Tempers products on their website. I assume they are like other Dynalite's in that they launch high; any specifics on weight (90 grams or more?), and characteristics to stated flex would be helpful. I have acquired a set of new Nike VR-S that I have not auditioned, and would be interested in any information about the shafts before I rip the plastic off. I play Dynamic Gold S300, R300, and PX 5.5 in other irons that I now have, and I am trying to get down around 105 grams (or less) with a FCM of  (5.5 or less). Personal experience by others with the Nike or Cobra products with the Dynalite 90 are welcome.

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Posted 22 February 2013 - 01:53 PM

I am also curious about the specs on this one for gripping purposes. I just baught a set of Nike VR_S Cast, and nowhere on true tempers website is there a spec sheet like for their other shafts. I am mainly curious about the diameter for gripping, as I have large hands and have to use midsize grips. I want to get the wraps just right.


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