Regular Flex: the bat actually bends when swinging and when contact is made Stiff Flex: Acts like a 1-piece bat with some flex and has fancey handle ***I would recommend neither. when a bat bends it takes away the trampoline effect of the barrel. this reduces power. i hav had both kinds of bats and the flex bats arent that great. Look at an exogrid---it is in the same price range and is an amzing bat. lots of pop and big sweet spot.
The flex of a shaft can be varied depending on the needs of the golfer. Stronger golfers tend to swing faster and therefore need a stiffer shaft to keep the club head from lagging too far behind. Seniors and ladies can benefit from a more flexible shaft that helps compensate for the slower swing speed. Shaft flex is important for woods and the longer irons, but has less effect on the shorter irons. Any good Golf pro can analyze your swing and tell you what degree of shaft flex you need. Good luck.
composite is all composite and cnt is carbon nanotube stuff.
dodge stealth is same as 3000gt stealth rt tt is same as 3000gt vr4
SCN7B is a -9 drop SCN6B is a -10 drop
Easton Stealth Coach Pitch Model # BCNCP1. Hands down !
get regular headlights and mount them on
Easton Stealth primarily produces baseball and hockey gear. Their products range from baseball bats, gloves, and even hockey sticks. For more information or browsing, check out the official Easton Stealth website.
the only difference is the Turbo, that s only diff between ES\RT. *rt does not mean it has turbos, the rt es and base refer to the trim style of the vehicle, base is the low end rt is the high end, some rt are turbo some are not, all rt have the DOHC endine
A 'stealth ' fighter IS a jet. -The difference is in the construction and outer layer which give it a very small radar 'signature'
No where but eBay because the stealth is pricey
I'm not sure if you can find a cheap Easton Stealth anywhere but I would suggest looking at baseballsavings.com