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Project x 8b4 or 8c4 help

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Hi guys Can anyone please tell me what the difference is between the project x 8b4 shaft and 8c4 shafts?? I've been looking at drivers and 3 woods on eBay so wanna make sure I understand the difference!! Thanks
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Originally Posted by mazza78

Hi guys

Can anyone please tell me what the difference is between the project x 8b4 shaft and 8c4 shafts?? I've been looking at drivers and 3 woods on eBay so wanna make sure I understand the difference!!

Thanks

Yes.

http://www.royalprecision.com/pxshaft/projectx_graphite_ti.asp

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I found such codes after hunting through the PX website for 15 minutes. Check out this link:

http://pxshaft.com/pxshaft/projectx_tour_issue.asp

This model of shafts has five different shafts in the frequency 7.0 (X.stiff), two in 6.5, and one in 6.0.

Among 7.0 shafts, 84A would be an 83-gram version with an X-stiff tip, while 82A would be an 82-gram shaft with a Stiff tip. The 8 stands for weight, but I'm not sure what the 4 and A stand for.

This code appears on the shaft itself in bold letters.

You might call a clubsmith for details, or send an e-mail to PX. If PX responds, could you share the results?

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Ok thanks for that info. I've tried my friends driver with the 7c3 shaft and hit it well! What should I be looking for then on a 3 wood and hybrid to hit similar to my friends driver?? Should it be same as driver or lighter but with same 6.0 frequency??? Thanks
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Originally Posted by iacas

Yes.

http://www.royalprecision.com/pxshaft/projectx_graphite_ti.asp

So the difference is the 8b4 is a little heavier 83 vs 82 grams and a little stiffer 6.5 v. 6.0.

To swing the 6.5 stiffness effectively you probably need a club head speed with a min of 100 to 105 mph.

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