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Mitsubishi Rayon Kuro Kage Silver w/Tini 2nd Gen Wood Shafts



Mitsubishi Rayon Kuro Kage Silver w/Tini 2nd Gen Wood Shafts

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Product Name Price Status Qty
60 R Flex - 46", .335" tip (65gm) 3B2M - $249.99 In Stock
60 S Flex - 46", .335" tip (67gm) 4B2M - $249.99 In Stock
60 X Flex - 46", .335" tip (69gm) 5B1M - $249.99 In Stock
70 S Flex - 46", .335" tip (76gm) 4B1M - $249.99 In Stock
70 X Flex - 46", .335" tip (77gm) 5B1M - $249.99 In Stock
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Mitsubishi Rayon Kuro Kage Silver w/Tini 2nd Gen Wood Shafts

The Second Generation KURO KAGE™ Silver Wood Series will feature the same Profile and High Density Prepreg as the original KURO KAGE™ Silver shafts, but with the addition of TiNi wire in the tip section. The result is a series of shafts that will deliver the lower launch and lower spin of the original KURO KAGE™ Silver profile, but with added stability and increased energy release through the impact zone, adding explosive power to the signature, KURO KAGE™ Silver profile.

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Mitsubishi Rayon Kuro Kage Shaft Specifications


 
Mitsubishi Rayon Kuro Kage Silver w/Tini 2nd Gen Wood Shafts is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Quality at a good pice Put this shaft in my own driver and have found it to be every bit as good or better than an old white board shaft I used
Date published: 2014-12-07
 

I have a swing speed of 110 and a low draw ball flight. I play an x flex but I was wondering if I should get the kuro kage or the Fubuki. I need a mid kick point and around 66 to 67 grams. Thank you.

Asked by: jake1998
There are several Fubuki options, but based n the information you have given, I would say the Fubuki Z is the closest to what you have described. I am also assuming you are referring to the Kuro Kage Black, which is designed more to your characteristics than the Kuro Kage Silver. There is not a big differnce between the Fubuki Z and the Kro Kage Black from a specification stand point. The Fubuki Z is more of a mid launch design where the Kuro Kage is a low to mid lanuch. Both have mid/high bend points in the X flex, with the Fubuki Z having a little firmer tip, meaning it might feel a little firmer.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2014-10-27