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Mitsubishi Fubuki

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Here is a tricky one I have recently purchased the Mizuno MP titanium 3 Wood. It comes with a Fubuki shaft (made for Mizuno) and I absolutely love the shaft. My question is has anyone played (played not tried please) the MP titanium and played with a real Fubuki shaft. If you have are they comparable? If they are I'd definitely would consider putting a Fubuki in one of my drivers.

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yea i've tried it in 63gram x flex i believe. and by try, i mean i played it several times but didnt game it. i used it in an r9 superdeep head and got the shaft off the taylormade fitting cart my school has. it was a great shaft, kept my ball flight about the same(mid-high trajectory), but i didnt like the superdeep head much. the shaft is very responsive and has great feeling. not sure of the actual specs on it(launch angle, kick pt, etc.) but i liked it. comparing it to my WB that i had in my r7 limited it was similar launch conditions. its a great low spinning wood shaft, and i would reccommend it if you wanted to fork over the $$$ for it.

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