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    Project X PXV Wood Shaft OEM Version
    Model: PXV

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Project X PXV Shaft OEM Version R Flex
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By incorporating the most advanced carbon fiber material technology available in the industry today, Project X engineers have designed a shaft that produces maximum ball speed while preserving critical stability and control through the hitting zone. 0.335" tip. This is a special version designed for OEM manufacturers.

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    • From GTXGREG at 6/11/14 7:52 AM
      • Whats the recommended swing speeds for the S and R flexes?
      • We haven't done our own independent testing nor was there any information provided to us for these models. Since the shafts tend to be on the lighter side, my educated guess would be the R-flex in the 80-90 mph and S-flex maybe high 80's to high 90 mph range.
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    • From Ronnie McCurry at 6/18/14 8:41 AM
      • I ordered this yesterday. I have been looking through the DSFI chart for a shaft. I hope this will fit me. I am 72 and have a 3/4 swing speed with little wrist cock around 80mph. My shots on a machine usually go about 205 but many between 225-235. I currently use a Helium A flex shaft but on the flightscope at Golfsmith I was using a stock 12* SLDR S R flex and I know those shafts kinda suck. I am not sure what this shaft means OEM. Do that install those in stock clubs? I hope not and do you think this might be in the range of my swing speed.
      • Ronnie,

        OEM stands for Original Equipment Manufacturer. These shafts were developed using some of the same materials and technology you see in aftermarket market version, but tailored to suit the needs of a name brand manufacturer for their clubs. We have not conducted any DSFI testing for this shaft to quantitatively compare it to the Helium or others. All I can say is the weight is similar to the the shaft you are using.
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    • From cliff at 11/6/14 10:07 AM
      • dom question how do I get ajustabel end for shaft back off to reuse on a another shaft ths
      • Cliff,

        It depends on which OEM shaft adapter you have as how I would tackle it. But it would require a heat source and a good shaft puller.
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    • From Peter at 11/11/14 2:20 PM
      • Hi - I'm use to seeing a number ascribed to Project X shafts indicating stiffness - such as 5.5, 6.0, etc... I see this is just marked as "R". Would this "R" equal a 5.0, 5.5 or how would one measure the stiffness in relation to Project X's traditional numerical system? Thank you.
      • Peter,

        Each of the Project X families are slightly different in the final frequency. In this case it might be more like the 5.0 in the original Blue, but then again it will depend upon the shafting depth of the driver, length and final swingweight
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    Model # Weight Flex Torque Butt Diameter Tip Diameter Raw Length Ball Flight Parallel Tip Trim Code UPC
    PXV-001-WR 54 R 5.0 d 0.600 in 0.335" Parallel 46 in Mid 3 in W7  
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