CPM can mean different things. Do you want the CPM of the raw shaft? What "CPM " are you wanting to compare it to and what method of attaining the CPM was used to get the number your looking for? Cycles Per Minute in Frequency matching is simply a comparable number and does not tell you the overall flex distribution of a shaft. The AS0033 is a perfect example of that, in that the tip section is as stiff as any shaft in the industry, yet if I take the butt section frequency numbers, they would fall in line with "normal" butt frequencies. If you are in between, in this shaft I would definitley go with the R, as it will play stiffer than standard range R flexes.
Date published: 2015-02-13