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jtek
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PostSubject: Could it be RBZ that caused...   Sun Jan 13, 2013 11:40 pm

Hi all,

Just wondering if there is any diff in performance or fitting if I used a shaft with R9 adapter on my RBZ driver head? Of cos they are different in color (green vs red)... Other than this, is there diff in the fitting and will it caused performance issue?

Just curious to know...


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PostSubject: Re: Could it be RBZ that caused...   Sun Jan 13, 2013 11:59 pm

I understand R9 adapter allows up to approximately 30 yards side-to-side trajectory adjustment whereas the RBZ is approx 60 yards.
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PostSubject: Re: Could it be RBZ that caused...   Mon Jan 14, 2013 12:32 am

I use my R9 adaptors in my RBZ driver with no issues.
At neutral which I play, both adaptors make the club face look square to me.
I don't adjust the lofts since my shafts are spined at neutral.

RBZ adaptors can be adjusted +1.5 deg to -1.5 deg.
R9 adaptors can be adjusted +1 deg to -1 deg.

I doubt the different adaptors make much difference if you play at neutral.
Their weights may be different, so it may affect the swing weight.
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PostSubject: Re: Could it be RBZ that caused...   Mon Jan 14, 2013 1:27 pm

jtek wrote:
Hi all,

Just wondering if there is any diff in performance or fitting if I used a shaft with R9 adapter on my RBZ driver head? Of cos they are different in color (green vs red)... Other than this, is there diff in the fitting and will it caused performance issue?

Just curious to know...


I am using r9 on my r11s, so far so good, not much difference in performance...

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PostSubject: Re: Could it be RBZ that caused...   Mon Jan 14, 2013 10:59 pm

Thanks! Tot there is diff then I will change to RBZ adapter...
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PostSubject: Re: Could it be RBZ that caused...   Sun Jan 20, 2013 12:44 pm

Was thinking that adapter may be diff but after 2 more range sessions, I am hoping to know if RBZ is not suitable for me...

Was on R9 Supertri 9.5 for some time and doing well... I am not a technical guy so can't put numbers in to talk. My supertri had good launch, slight fade but manageable with a distance of around 200...

Then I was hoping to get more distance and believe that 17 yards more ad... Got a RBZ 9.5 and put on the same shaft I was using for my supertri...

On RBZ... I couldn't launch my ball well... Even hitting sweet, my ball flight like its a punch shot.

Wondering if its my swing or is that RbZ head is different? Or the shaft not suitable for RBZ? Or should I get a higher loft for RbZ?

Just wanna hear some suggestion or feedback for me to spin my head...
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