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Old 01-22-2013, 07:03 PM
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To shorten that up for what you asked I've found very little difference between my lucid and biofuzion trespass. Other than a slightly softer and grippier feel in the BioFuzion. They fly identical to me. I enjoy the consistency and it's something I haven't even found in other Lat64 drivers like the Halo. They always seem to fly more stable in opto but these have pretty much the same high speed turn and fade across both plastics.

The best comparison I got is a Trespass flies like a Westside Sword with more fade. They also fly close to many destroyers.
awesome thank you. i was hoping they would fly the same/similar. the GL/Opto difference had me leery of giving it a go. my Lucid ones are getting so cold and stiff i am not getting good rips. ill have to pick up a biofuzion.
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Old 01-26-2013, 05:54 PM
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I went out and played my first round with my new Dynamic Discs. I was trying something different by playing with a bag of discs that I never or rarely throw. Here is my experience:

Escape: This disc is in competition to replace my OLFs. I currently have a 172 blue/grey BioFusion and 168 Pink Lucid. These discs reminded me of why I liked the OLF over the PD. I also prefer the Eagle over the Teebird. I like a little turn in my throw. I would say that the Escape is more like a C-PD (especially the plus rim version) than OLF. It flies straight with a healthy fade. I would even compare it to my beat to crap ESP Predators. My 1.2 OLFs have a little more turn and a more abrupt fade at the end. I plan on doing more testing but I may prefer my OLFs.

Fugitive: This disc was my favorite out of the three DD discs that I tried out. I have a 175 blue/green BioFusion. I pared it with my 175 Pain and my 173 Meteor (my standard line up is Hornet/Buzzz/Meteor). This disc is straight and has a little less fade than my Buzzz. Distance wise I think they are close. I feel that this disc does a little better when powered down. I will probably keep this in the bag for a while.

Judge: I love the shape of the disc in hand but I am not sold on the soft rubber plastic. I have a 175 black in the Soft classic. I was not putting very good today but I did hit some 20 footers with the Judge. I don’t know if I like it better than my Wizards, most of my Wizards are the not-so-overstable variety so they putt about the same. I did not attempt to drive today since most of the short holes were facing a brisk wind. If I can learn to like the plastic and it proves to be straighter than my Wizards it may make the bag as a compliment. I am also testing an Anode/Ion combo.

Last year the majority of my bag stayed the same but my overstable distance/fairway driver was changing constantly. Predators overlapped my OLFs. Firebirds were great but sometimes I wanted something with more distance, so I would throw in a PD2. To simplify my bag I have started throwing a Villian which I feel bridges the gap between a Firebird and a PD2. But this created the problem with overlapping my OLFs. I am hoping that replacing my OLF with the Escape is the answer. We shall see.
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Old 01-26-2013, 09:25 PM
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I went out and played my first round with my new Dynamic Discs. I was trying something different by playing with a bag of discs that I never or rarely throw. Here is my experience:

Escape: This disc is in competition to replace my OLFs. I currently have a 172 blue/grey BioFusion and 168 Pink Lucid. These discs reminded me of why I liked the OLF over the PD. I also prefer the Eagle over the Teebird. I like a little turn in my throw. I would say that the Escape is more like a C-PD (especially the plus rim version) than OLF. It flies straight with a healthy fade. I would even compare it to my beat to crap ESP Predators. My 1.2 OLFs have a little more turn and a more abrupt fade at the end. I plan on doing more testing but I may prefer my OLFs.

Fugitive: This disc was my favorite out of the three DD discs that I tried out. I have a 175 blue/green BioFusion. I pared it with my 175 Pain and my 173 Meteor (my standard line up is Hornet/Buzzz/Meteor). This disc is straight and has a little less fade than my Buzzz. Distance wise I think they are close. I feel that this disc does a little better when powered down. I will probably keep this in the bag for a while.

Judge: I love the shape of the disc in hand but I am not sold on the soft rubber plastic. I have a 175 black in the Soft classic. I was not putting very good today but I did hit some 20 footers with the Judge. I donít know if I like it better than my Wizards, most of my Wizards are the not-so-overstable variety so they putt about the same. I did not attempt to drive today since most of the short holes were facing a brisk wind. If I can learn to like the plastic and it proves to be straighter than my Wizards it may make the bag as a compliment. I am also testing an Anode/Ion combo.

Last year the majority of my bag stayed the same but my overstable distance/fairway driver was changing constantly. Predators overlapped my OLFs. Firebirds were great but sometimes I wanted something with more distance, so I would throw in a PD2. To simplify my bag I have started throwing a Villian which I feel bridges the gap between a Firebird and a PD2. But this created the problem with overlapping my OLFs. I am hoping that replacing my OLF with the Escape is the answer. We shall see.
Good stuff man, that's the same color of BioFuzion Escape I have. If you throw the higher speed drivers give the Trespass a shot. It's got a fast rim but not too thick. Feels good in the hand. I'm looking forward to getting a firm Judge. They're exactly the mold I want in a putter just haven't released in the plastic I need yet.
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Old 01-27-2013, 08:43 PM
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Thanks for the advice. I thought about giving the Trespass a try but I am still in a year long honeymoon with my Q-Astra. I am trying a lot of things right now. The fact that my OLFs and XLs are out of the bag is a big deal, so maybe I should give it a try.
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Old 01-28-2013, 08:57 PM
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I was able to get a few field throws in today. Besides the 20-25 mph wind it was a pretty nice evening.

I threw about ten drives with the Judge and was very impressed. I was throwing it alongside the Anode and flights were almost identical. The Judge had a very little fade and has a healthy amount of high speed stability, just like the Anode. In fact they were landing within 10 feet of each other.

I had similar results as before with the Escape but I did take notice of how well it fought a headwind. I still see the C-PD comparison to be accurate. I am interested in how it will beat in.

The Fugitive is my favorite so far. I think it is more resistant to turn than the Buzzz, especially in a headwind. It is definitely a straight disc. I don’t think is has the speed or distance potential of a Buzzz but I think it is more predictable (the Buzzz is pretty darn predictable in itself).
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Old 01-29-2013, 02:58 AM
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Since adding the Escape to my bag I have shot my highest rated tournament rounds, a 960 and a 953. The funny thing is, I am currently rated 850.
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Old 01-29-2013, 09:03 AM
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A good source told me the Fusion plastic will be nice and swirly pearly like the older lat64 Gold line plastic.
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I got to finally throw my RL Trespass, and I was very impressed.

It was a bit windy out but it was nice enough to do some field testing. Overall, I was super impressed with my 171g Orange Trespass. I was releasing with a slight anhyzer and it was flipping back and going dead nuts straight around 400 ft. This is not the same disc as my Sword. Of course, my Sword is 169g in the Opto plastic.

I felt the Trespass held a nice straight line, and it was super consistent in both a tailwind and throwing into a headwind. I wish the color wasn't so dull though. Mine is like a burnt orange.

Still, a great addition to my bag and possibly my new favorite driver.
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Old 01-30-2013, 08:50 AM
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In case anyone was curious like I was about the possible future molds from DD:

Rusco told me they would be doing a tweener mid/putter that is very much like a Zone. A nice flat low profile beadless OS tweener. I figured that would be coming since their sponsored players and many other players are using the Zone as a mid and utility disc. It's been a few days and my memory is shot but I think he said they wanted to put it out for the GBO player's pack. Also they hope to have everything run in the classic baseline plastic, the fusion plastic will be swirly like the older gold line, and that the BioFuzion would only be ran limited when there were sufficient amounts of the material. He told me although they'd love to do another four molds released at once and that these were very successful it would be done one at a time for the foreseeable future. It was all very encouraging and exciting for a person like me who loves the Lat64 plastic and where DD is taking their place in the sport.
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Old 01-30-2013, 09:54 AM
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Rusco told me they would be doing a tweener mid/putter that is very much like a Zone. A nice flat low profile beadless OS tweener.
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