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Old 08-14-2013, 07:25 AM
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fury has won for me over the underworld. its just more trustworthy and the glide makes it easy to dial down the power and still get some great distance.
I thought it was just me
Im not really sinking with my underworld
But I love my fury
I would force myself to use the underworld for hard annys
but I just liked my fury better
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Old 08-15-2013, 01:32 AM
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now that's a good response! Now I'm VERY interested in a GL fury...
Do you think that extra glide makes the fury worse in the wind vs a star sidewinder?
My sw isn't great in winds but it can still hang with correct form.
I think the extra glide does make it a little more unpredictable in the wind. Out of the box I could hyzerflip it in some winds and it held surprisingly well, as it wore in a little more it would turn a little more off line, not over, just not take that dead straight flight that it had out of the box. I do throw these with a big time hyzer release, but also would with my star sidewinders as well for those dead straight hyzerflips.
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Old 08-15-2013, 01:44 AM
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I think the extra glide does make it a little more unpredictable in the wind. Out of the box I could hyzerflip it in some winds and it held surprisingly well, as it wore in a little more it would turn a little more off line, not over, just not take that dead straight flight that it had out of the box. I do throw these with a big time hyzer release, but also would with my star sidewinders as well for those dead straight hyzerflips.
so, which disc do you think fights wind better? Or can go dead straight better even in winds. Fury or SW?
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Old 08-15-2013, 02:29 AM
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To be honest I'm not sure if I would say ones better then the other in the wind. I feel comfortable that the fury will stay straight in a wind (10mph) it will track a little right, but stay straight after that. Which is the exact same way I felt about my sidewinders. But most of the time if I feel any wind coming at me, it's a PD shot anyway. I think overall flight you'll see more movement in flight with a sidewinder, more turn And fade. And the fury will stay straighter in flight. Less HS movement and fade. That's what won me on the fury. Hope that helps you out more!
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Old 08-21-2013, 05:57 PM
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Picked up a GL Fury this afternoon and went out to the field for some testing. Wow.. Awesome disc. I was throwing beautiful anhyzers all day long and could soar a nice straight fade if needed. Definitely going in the bag.
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Old 08-23-2013, 11:15 PM
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I've been throwing the Saints as of late and I'm loving this speed 9 disc.

Would a Fury be the best compliment to the Saint?

I see it's flight numbers are similar to the Rivers numbers. Does it fly like a faster River as well?

Sorry for the questions. As of late I've come to the conclusion that Speed 9 discs are what suits me best. So I'm looking around for a good Saint companion.
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Old 08-23-2013, 11:20 PM
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I would say the Fury is a excellent compliment to a Saint. The River is great as well, but the Fury and Saint feel nearly identical in the hand. As far as the River comparison, I would say they fly close to the same, the Fury for me just goes into it's high speed turn abruptly, as to where my Rivers flip slower if that makes sense.
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Old 08-23-2013, 11:28 PM
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I would say the Fury is a excellent compliment to a Saint. The River is great as well, but the Fury and Saint feel nearly identical in the hand. As far as the River comparison, I would say they fly close to the same, the Fury for me just goes into it's high speed turn abruptly, as to where my Rivers flip slower if that makes sense.
Thanks for the Info. And yes that made sense.
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Old 08-23-2013, 11:28 PM
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How does a Fury compare to the original Visions?
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Old 08-23-2013, 11:37 PM
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How does a Fury compare to the original Visions?
Just by looking at the Inbounds flight guide it looks as though the Vision would be just a tick more stable.

I forgot about the Vision. Man this is a tough choice picking between these two.
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