difficult, if you don’t describe, what you want to use it for. Of course there are Loomis IMXPro in 11‘11 in #3 and up, also NRX 12’ in 5/6. The latter I owned. The IMX Pro offers a stronger tip in general and might be better also for Skagit heads.
But Loomis is nearly completely out of Europe meanwhile and not easy to get to try...
I had a test casting shortly with the Guideline NT8 11‘9 in 7/8 (SH classification). Very impressive around 20-22 Gramm Scandi. It might meet your wishes for a faster rod, but would need a Skagit around 330 grain for my taste.
It’s easy to get for a test casting.
If 300 grain is your limit for Skagit use, try the Airflo NanTec 11‘3 #6 (also SH classification). For distance alone, you won’t miss anything in rod length.
Depending of course what is your fishing application... water, fish...
Time is running... A little bit of work, a little bit married, fishing, hunting... What else?