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2 years ago
I would assume that the Stock Diamana D+ series are the real deal shafts, but I just want to confirm. The numbers with the 913 D3 are awesome, but trying to dial in the shaft. Just looking at possible choices. Thanks for your reply
The standard Diamana D+ and S+ are the after market shafts. The only proprietary shaft we are offering is the Bassara W.
What is this Diamana Blue 63 on the Chart? It is right next to the Diamana S+ Blue 62. I don't see the specs for it below.
The Diamana Blue Board 63 is one of the original Blue Board/White Board/Red Board series that Diamana launched about 10 years ago and these shafts propelled them into the arena of premium shafts. The timeline goes: original Blue, White, Red, - tightened and firmed at the butt and tip to become the Kai'li, Ahina and Ilima. After feedback from tour and top amateurs, their newest iteration is the Plus series White and Blue (no more Red). So the newest Plus series has the feel of the original Blue and White, with the bend profile of the Ahina and Kaili. Blue Board is lighter and slightly softer in the tip than the Kai'li and the new Plus Blue is in between. They are in the same box of mid spin and launch but all have a slightly different feel.