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Carbon Fiber Options - 02-13-2019, 08:31 AM

What type of carbon fiber shaft material is the best for shafts?
I see some are matte finish like Revo & Cuetec and others use a patterned material like Go-2 and others so which is best and why?
  
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02-13-2019, 01:47 PM

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What type of carbon fiber shaft material is the best for shafts?
I see some are matte finish like Revo & Cuetec and others use a patterned material like Go-2 and others so which is best and why?
In fact GO-2 are also matte finish, with pattern are the first generation GO-pro. Don't want to go into any construction details and differences in material but as a player I would not want any pattern on a shaft ...just a visual thing. If I ever go for a c.f. shaft it will definitely be matte solid finish. In order to choose one you have to know what exactly are your preferences in a shaft and you already can google for reviews on Revo, Becue, Cuetec, Ignite. Soon there will be more I believe.


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