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jakebake91 06-28-2019 04:00 PM

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Originally Posted by ThomasOrion (Post 3468054)
So the next thing is.....Streamlines next disc. I am thinking it will be a Midrange - but honestly I think they should try a teebird clone. I think thats one area in MVP/AXIOM that is missing, a true 7/5/0/2 kinda disc. and No the Crave and Volt are not that.

Just out of curiosity, what would you give the crave for numbers? My plasma crave flies those numbers for me. I'm not the biggest arm though, so maybe that's the difference?

wolfmandragon 06-28-2019 04:10 PM

I think the only way to get closer to a TeeBird over the Neutron Crave is to just get a TeeBird.

There are other slots that would be better served that MVP/Axiom have issues with... like filling out high glide mids and understable fairways

brutalbrutus 06-28-2019 04:31 PM

Streamline's next disc needs to be a 12 () -1 3 for Hokom… and SilverRider.;)

brutalbrutus 06-28-2019 04:31 PM

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Originally Posted by discspeed (Post 3467950)
I couldn't find a heavyish Octane or any Panic locally. Checking out the Nitro it just doesn't look or feel like it's going to get distance. I ended up grabbing a metalflake proton Mayhem. It was really beefy in calm conditions and has the highest PLH in my stack, but I won't know until I get some wind to test it.
Uh

Give the top some teepad "love" should help break it in a bit...

Silver Rider 06-28-2019 04:38 PM

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Originally Posted by brutalbrutus (Post 3468161)
Streamline's next disc needs to be a 12 () -1 3 for Hokomů and SilverRider.;)

Yes.

5 glide rating that can handle some headwind at 450'+ when fresh would be nice, prefer to have wiggle room to break a disc in for that nice destroyer-like flex though.

till then the Kong (Zues) will do just fine.

elmexdela 06-29-2019 08:15 PM

basket was blind and i chained out with the plaz volt today rhbh flat sky shot to stall and fade out

in even better news you can see the wasp throwers thread

BrotherDave 06-29-2019 08:31 PM

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Originally Posted by BrotherDave (Post 3465661)
Picked up a used 1616 stamped Vanish, a N Thrill and a N Excite today. :thmbup:

I doubt they'll replace anything in the bag but it's always fun to try out discs I haven't yet.

Got a good round and a half in with these bad boys on an open course. Surprisingly good discs! The Excite really bombs. Very similar stability to my RGL Ballista Pro but seems a bit faster whereas the RGL BP seemed to glide better. The 400'+ arms would probably only throw it in calm or tail wind b/c I could turn it over a bit and it really likes to hold an anhyzer. The Thrill is a workable, overstable driver and reminded me a lot of my Opto Ballista Pro. A lot of dome on both of those. The Vanish is the most beat up looking and a bit more understable Wave is spot on. Between a Wave and a Virus sums it up well. Nice tailwind disc, similar to my beat in Opto Ballista except smaller rim. I'm gonna have to take the Excite out to the field with my Teleport, Octane, and Catalyst to see how it compares distance-wise.

brutalbrutus 06-30-2019 03:27 AM


ThrowaEnvy 06-30-2019 10:59 AM

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Originally Posted by Emoney (Post 3468111)
I was going to say the same thing...well close...between a Volt/Shock its covered

Hey... Looks like you are selling some sweet stuff on EBay... Arizona, same handle, that's you right? I hope that auction picks up steam for ya!! You'd think a 10yr Ion would get more action than that....

ThrowaEnvy 06-30-2019 11:07 AM

[IMG]javascript:void(0)[/IMG]https://www.ebay.com/itm/Disc-Golf-L...gAAOSwRKhdFqB2

Hmmm does this work.. Bunch of MVP stuff.. Photons, wrath, Trace, 10yr Ion and disco Buzzz

Going cheap at 38 so far....


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