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shacco

Quadra Fire Express LD60

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Title says it all. Any information on that shaft?

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yea a little..., i think its made to play a little longer,46 inch......, i believe. its for the slower swinger looking for more distance. my SS is 48+ and its not for my SS. my club builder games it and hes 60 get the ball out there to 270 ish with this. but he def siad no go to me. i use the 65 sx and the 75 xs

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Pretty much what stew said, it is like the stanard Fire Express except with the performance designed for 46" OR LONGER finished club lengths.

The Standard Fire Express is a great shaft and much better suited for around 44.5- 45.5"

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there more info on these shafts like a website with flight profiles? my dad just got a set of quadra iron shafts and boy do they look good.

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I have this with me now with a Baldo 9* head playing to 46. Itis a K-F1 flex. CPM is high and I'm hoping its like the Crazy which CPMs high but does plays softer than the CPM implies. Will be out on course tomorrow so I'll see how that does against the LY02 Regular with the ADR Tour 9*.

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