So, I started looking into "MOI matching" my clubs so they all feel the same when I swing the club.
Here is the post that got me started thinking about this: http://thesandtrap.com/t/70872/bogey-golfer-only-thread-handicap-index-from-16-22-what-are-you-going-through-working-on-sob-stories/558#post_936369
More precisely @MS256 got me interested in this topic.
I wrote a little matlab script to estimate the "MOI". I used a basic rod and mass formula. I also googled for the mass of the Mizuno MP32 heads and the KBS shafts/grips and the head/shaft/grip of the driver that I am really comfortable swinging.
From this rough model it looks like I need to add a mass of 57gm to my 3i and increment by 4gms for each club down to the PW. This gives me a ratios that look something like this:
Columns 1 through 6
1.0007 1.0001 0.9976 0.9991 0.9988 1.0023
Columns 7 through 8
The first column is the 3i and the last one is the PW and everything in between are columns 2 to 7.
It seems like the feel would be much better than what it is now, which is about a 30% difference in the MOI. This kind of explains why when I got used to the new MOI of the heavy shafted woods the MP32 felt like much lighter.
I would also be hard pressed to ruin my beautiful MP32 my drilling/tapping holes to add Tungsten weights to them, but that would be a more permanent solution. Also, I would need to know where would be the best place to add them. I would need to start a SolidWorks/Pro-e/Ansys model before even considering anything this radical anyway.
So, my questions are many, but here are the first ones. Is this a more or less rough approximation for "MOI matching"? Does this seem accurate enough to start playing with lead strips (which I will probably do anyway)? Where should I add the lead tape? Also, has anyone added the tape to the hosel?