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Old 08-12-2013, 07:23 PM
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Old 08-12-2013, 08:43 PM
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I've gotten 4 new MVP discs the last month so I'm still learning them and this weekend I played a course with a lot of holes that fade left so the Vector got a really good workout and I'm loving it more and more.

It's much easier for me to throw than the Axis or even Tangent. I throw it flat and it goes straight and fades good on the end. I throw with Anhyzer it rolls a little bit right and then back left to where it started. I don't need a lot of room to end up straight.

More than any other disc it actually reminds me of my 169 Buzzz except better because the Buzzz would flip over with too much power. My 174 Vector does not.

It really easy to range with too. I used it on a number of approach shots that I need to bank high around trees and I always ended up 10 feet or less from the hole.

Right now the Anode, Vector and Volt are awesome for me. Still trying to dial in the Axis and Tangent.
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Old 08-13-2013, 09:39 AM
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My flat 174 N Vector is definitely the overstable Buzzz I wanted for so many years.
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Old 08-13-2013, 11:09 AM
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I don't throw N Vectors, just Eclipse Proton.

Would you guys say that the Neutron is less stable?
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Old 08-13-2013, 11:14 AM
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I don't throw N Vectors, just Eclipse Proton.

Would you guys say that the Neutron is less stable?
Later less fade. Easier to throw far! Flat ones fly like an axis , but with no chance for turn, similar fade.

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Old 08-13-2013, 03:48 PM
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My flat 174 N Vector is definitely the overstable Buzzz I wanted for so many years.
Agreed. I have the 174g N Vector also.

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I don't throw N Vectors, just Eclipse Proton.

Would you guys say that the Neutron is less stable?
I carry a 180g Domed Proton Vector and 174g Neutron Vector.. I use the Proton with wind and it tends to be more OS. Neutron Vector is great though.
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Old 08-19-2013, 11:22 PM
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gotta say i dig it. got a neutron today in glow green. parked holes 6 and 15 at acorn park here in MN. if you really rip on it flat it's a great upshot disc; not too much fade. excited to see how it breaks in. my axis is becoming more of a hyzerflip disc since i've been getting a lot more snap on my throws . . . into trees.
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Old 08-20-2013, 01:39 AM
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I got some new Neutron Vectors in the mail today and they feel really nice. I'm taking them out tomorrow to see how they fly. Throwing new MVP mids from all their molds back to back and filming it to do a flight comparison between them all. These feel like they'll fly nicely, excited to rip em.
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Old 08-20-2013, 10:57 AM
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The Pain thread had me ready to buy a Pain, now I'm ready to buy all MVP. Mike, the problem with you is you make every disc look good. In today's vid how about getting a local noodle-arm to show me what the Vector does when I OAT the hell out of it?
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Old 08-20-2013, 12:20 PM
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I got some new Neutron Vectors in the mail today and they feel really nice. I'm taking them out tomorrow to see how they fly. Throwing new MVP mids from all their molds back to back and filming it to do a flight comparison between them all. These feel like they'll fly nicely, excited to rip em.
Awesome! cant wait to see it.

I hope you do the review format you have done in the past and throw each one in that open field that has the dark backdrop so its easy to see each disc.

throw each on a hyzer, flat, anny, etc..

you do a great job with those reviews.

can't wait to see how the latest "tweaked" molding technique has affected the midrange discs, if at all... it was never clear if it was only for the fairway drivers, or all the molds.

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