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Old 07-08-2012, 12:27 PM
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Old 07-08-2012, 02:17 PM
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My slightly US Axis has turned to very US now, just replaced it with a fresh FR Green and it's money! Nice easy turnover that will pan out and not turn and burn on you!
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Old 07-08-2012, 02:32 PM
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My slightly US Axis has turned to very US now, just replaced it with a fresh FR Green and it's money! Nice easy turnover that will pan out and not turn and burn on you!
Any chance you wanna offload the one you just replaced? PM me if you do.
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Old 07-08-2012, 03:00 PM
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Any chance you wanna offload the one you just replaced? PM me if you do.
Sorry, but I'm keeping it as a backup for my beat in FR Green. Once this next one beats in, though, and you're still interested then I can probably will myself to let one go. Haha.
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Old 07-08-2012, 03:31 PM
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The axis is definitely my favorite mid. Its my go to disc when playing night rounds. I only use one disc for night rounds...
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Old 11-16-2012, 11:46 PM
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I have to resurrect this thread just to give some attention to my N Axis. It has quickly become my favorite disc...It just flies so smooth and straight that it really is a beautiful thing to watch. I'm also really putting it out there far as well, nearly as long as my old 2nd FR Buzzzes (longest non-tweener line drive mid ever). They have really good HSS for having almost no LSS. When I power it I do have to give it just a touch of hyzer, but on most mid shots it's holding it's angle of release 100% true.

Not all N Axis are the same...The first two testers I got were very different from the ones I'm throwing now. My favorites are the flat dayglow 176s. I'm really liking that color of N plastic in all my MVP molds.
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Old 11-16-2012, 11:50 PM
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my n axis has resurected MVP in my bag. something about neutron is better for me than protron especially in the mids. I have a domey peoto pink and a flat orange red. the flatter one is straight on a rope no problems. the domey pink has some fade to it and is a great compliment to the flatter one. unless the wind is howling the axis is the only mid i need around. I do keep a lighter warship in there for the understable mid, but with the flatter axis i can make it turn if i want to. Neutron is the best plastic to happen to MVP yet!!
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Old 11-17-2012, 12:42 AM
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my n axis has resurected MVP in my bag. something about neutron is better for me than protron especially in the mids. I have a domey peoto pink and a flat orange red. the flatter one is straight on a rope no problems. the domey pink has some fade to it and is a great compliment to the flatter one. unless the wind is howling the axis is the only mid i need around. I do keep a lighter warship in there for the understable mid, but with the flatter axis i can make it turn if i want to. Neutron is the best plastic to happen to MVP yet!!
Just wait foe the Electron plastic ... just wait for it. It will hybridize man....
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Old 11-17-2012, 12:51 AM
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I have to resurrect this thread just to give some attention to my N Axis. It has quickly become my favorite disc...It just flies so smooth and straight that it really is a beautiful thing to watch. I'm also really putting it out there far as well, nearly as long as my old 2nd FR Buzzzes (longest non-tweener line drive mid ever). They have really good HSS for having almost no LSS. When I power it I do have to give it just a touch of hyzer, but on most mid shots it's holding it's angle of release 100% true.

Not all N Axis are the same...The first two testers I got were very different from the ones I'm throwing now. My favorites are the flat dayglow 176s. I'm really liking that color of N plastic in all my MVP molds.
I totally agree. I gave up on on the Eclipse Axis after the snows melted in the Spring. Up to then they were fantastic for one-step line drives. Trying to keep the same power but with a firmer, normal three-step run-up on solid ground just introduced OAT. I ended up switching to the Ghost for powered up mids and TeeBirds when powering down.

A month ago I gave the Neutron Axis a try. Man, that extra HSS means I can feel more confident with my run-up and release points, making me less nervious about generating OAT, which in turn reduces the likelihood of it happening. I still use the Ghost for open field placement and for shaping lines, but if I need a bullet for a dead straight shot or need a line drive mid shot that stays true and low, the Neutron Axis has quickly and easily earned its way back into my bag.
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Old 11-17-2012, 07:56 AM
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Just wait foe the Electron plastic ... just wait for it. It will hybridize man....
The red overmolds on the FRs were originally referred to as "electron plastic"
I wouldn't be surprised if that name came back.
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