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Cynergy Update and Question - 04-02-2020, 12:36 PM

I have been playing with the Cuetec Cynergy for a month now. I am getting used to the change in deflection from my regular maple shafts, but I am still not there all the way. It is important to know if you are attempting to change shafts from maple to LD, that it will take some time. In general, I am happy I am making the switch. I see two major benefits:

1) You have a bigger margin of error on center ball hits. Because of the LD, if you miss hit the cb in the center, it will still take a substantially similar path. Provided your set up is good, you can hit the cue ball a little bad and still pocket the object ball.

2) The shaft is noticeably stiffer than my previous shaft. It does not flex at the edges of the cueball, and instead it powers straight through. As a result, you can really draw the ball and apply all sorts of English…easily.
I like the ¼" white ABS ferrule, so tip changes are easier than with the REVO. However, I am getting these blue “scratches” or marks at the top of the ferrule. I was worried these were cracks. I spoke with a cue maker friend of mine, and he said these cannot be avoided, and that they are not cracks. In defense of the shaft, I got these marks on the Juma ferrules I used on my old shaft. However, I wish there was some way to avoid them.

1) Does anyone have any advice on how these marks can be prevented or removed?

2) Also, does anyone know the protocol for ferrule replacement on the Cuetec Cynergy Shaft?
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