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These are generally the Voodoo, Fubuki, Matrix Ozik, RIP, etc. Are these the real deal? I've heard these might not have the specs of a non TM(TP) pullouts? I am finding these on the cheap on ebay, and I'm wondering if any of them are worth checking out.
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VooDoo is only good if you have a very smooth tempo, but is a extremly good shaft. I have the real Voodoo in my hybird, not much different between the taylormade pull out. Fubuki is also a nice shaft, but it was balloning for me.
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VooDoo is only good if you have a very smooth tempo, but is a extremly good shaft. I have the real Voodoo in my hybird, not much different between the taylormade pull out. Fubuki is also a nice shaft, but it was balloning for me.

I find the VooDoo to be really harsh and for people who load hard....not really for a smooth swinger IMO (ive only tried made for tho)

i expereienced the same as you w the R9 TP Fubuki....balloon machine the made for Fubuki's in the Mizuno MP series woods ARE the real deal....might even be better
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I've got a voodoo shaft in my hybrid as well, but I've never tried any of these in a driver. Anyway, right now my swing speed with the driver is mid-high 90's and I usually get the ball really high up in the air and carry about 230-240.
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