Received my new gamers from Yururi last week. They were sent to Crazy Factory in Adachi to have the new CBI-80 Limited Graphite Iron shafts installed. The shafts are in the 105 gram range and retail for around 470 bucks per shaft. The CBI-80 shaft's play very stiff compared to just about everything, Stiffer than most steel shafts in the same flex so I was advised by the Crazy Factory Staff to go with the R-flex. I'm sure happy I did because they play perfectly. Initial impressions based on only two rounds is that they deliver lots of role in the long irons and lots of stopping power in the short. It's a mid high trajectory that is extremely accurate. Gained about 10 yards versus any other graphite shaft I have played.
The KM-0107 black heads are pure bliss, so soft at impact when struck pure. They setup like a dream perfect players cavity back, actually I think they are designed for the low handicap player, a hair smaller and your in blade territory. It's also known as the Yururi CNC iron, its Himeji forged of S25C and features a very attractive CNC milling design in the back face. It's available in Brushed Satin and the black as seen in these pics. Satin is a few grams heavier and more durable, black feels softer and more rewarding. After every couple of rounds a quick spray of WD40 and back into the iron head covers they go. You can also have your set staggered with every other club in black or satin finish. this would be a small headache for your clubmaker to weight them all equally.
In the above images you can see that it features a box toe kinda style with new rule conforming grooves, the topline is on the thin side when compared to other cavity backs, very minimal offset and a thinner sole for less drag. The loft's are fair as well with a PW coming in at 46*. I will be posting a video review and images of my full bag in the next couple of days. They are available for order in either black or satin in the TSG Pro Shop!