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Emoney 07-26-2019 02:12 AM

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Originally Posted by Mike C (Post 3476530)
This has been my experience. Neutrons are almost straight to fade for me when new, throwing them 500' or so. Very mild high speed turn. Protons require hyzer to keep straight thrown over 400' for me. I only bag Neutron.

Ok i thought i was going crazy. I bought a 169 Plasma Mayhem initially to throw while my octanes were beating in. It was actually just as beefy as my N Octanes and with crappier glide.
Decided to give it another try and got a Neutron Mayhem. This was in line with my beat Neutron Octane out the box but still didnt fit the flight i was expecting.
Ordered a 174g Proton Mayhem. It came flat with little dome and was a roller disc out the box. Figured if i could get a normal domed one it would be perfect.
Got 2 173g Proton Mayhem with normal dome and they flip nicely with little effort right out the box but will fight back at the end.

Driver setup is Esp Force/N Mayhem/P Mayhem. My karate chop forehand seems to work especially well with the Force. Havent found a mvp/axiom disc that clicks in the same way.

I gave up on Axiom/Mvp fairways. I was spending way too much money and never clicked with any of them and gave up. Went back to Vulture/Mantis.

My mids are Vector/Axis and those work well so far. I like that the Axis has a little late turn that my Buzzz never had.

Putt/Approach are Entropy/Envy/Atom and they are great. Atom is still a work in progress for putting. Got some E Envys to see how they work.

Anax/Raptor/Fireball are fighting for the OS utility fairway.

money 21 07-26-2019 06:51 PM

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Originally Posted by Silver Rider (Post 3448896)
the prism wraths have more glide and turn a lot out of the box.. i actually like mine for hyzer flips and high anny lines, they are good throwers but nothing like my proton wrath which is straight and doesnt really turn over with a strong fade.

i would say maybe -2 turn and 1.5 fade.. surprised me how flippy they were, but i actually needed that stability in my bag and to have it in a mold that is familiar in my hand is great so i was happy, i would probably prefer a beat up wrath to replace it someday.. if a beat up wrath can even get that flippy :)

It is flippier than my plasma insanity, but still controllable.. def not for windy days though and it doesnt roll well for me.

One of these came my way cheap. i want to through it was wondering how it compares to a neutron insanity

Moose33 07-26-2019 09:27 PM

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Originally Posted by Emoney (Post 3477012)
Ok i thought i was going crazy. I bought a 169 Plasma Mayhem initially to throw while my octanes were beating in. It was actually just as beefy as my N Octanes and with crappier glide.
Decided to give it another try and got a Neutron Mayhem. This was in line with my beat Neutron Octane out the box but still didnt fit the flight i was expecting.
Ordered a 174g Proton Mayhem. It came flat with little dome and was a roller disc out the box. Figured if i could get a normal domed one it would be perfect.
Got 2 173g Proton Mayhem with normal dome and they flip nicely with little effort right out the box but will fight back at the end.

Driver setup is Esp Force/N Mayhem/P Mayhem. My karate chop forehand seems to work especially well with the Force. Havent found a mvp/axiom disc that clicks in the same way.

I gave up on Axiom/Mvp fairways. I was spending way too much money and never clicked with any of them and gave up. Went back to Vulture/Mantis.

My mids are Vector/Axis and those work well so far. I like that the Axis has a little late turn that my Buzzz never had.

Putt/Approach are Entropy/Envy/Atom and they are great. Atom is still a work in progress for putting. Got some E Envys to see how they work.

Anax/Raptor/Fireball are fighting for the OS utility fairway.

The new Flare is a beast in that OS fairway slot. Itís essentially a FAF Firebird. If the next run is as stable as the first I may stock up heavily(already bought 3).

Mike C 07-27-2019 01:09 AM

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Originally Posted by Emoney (Post 3477012)
Ok i thought i was going crazy. I bought a 169 Plasma Mayhem initially to throw while my octanes were beating in. It was actually just as beefy as my N Octanes and with crappier glide.
Decided to give it another try and got a Neutron Mayhem. This was in line with my beat Neutron Octane out the box but still didnt fit the flight i was expecting.
Ordered a 174g Proton Mayhem. It came flat with little dome and was a roller disc out the box. Figured if i could get a normal domed one it would be perfect.
Got 2 173g Proton Mayhem with normal dome and they flip nicely with little effort right out the box but will fight back at the end.

Driver setup is Esp Force/N Mayhem/P Mayhem. My karate chop forehand seems to work especially well with the Force. Havent found a mvp/axiom disc that clicks in the same way.

I gave up on Axiom/Mvp fairways. I was spending way too much money and never clicked with any of them and gave up. Went back to Vulture/Mantis.

My mids are Vector/Axis and those work well so far. I like that the Axis has a little late turn that my Buzzz never had.

Putt/Approach are Entropy/Envy/Atom and they are great. Atom is still a work in progress for putting. Got some E Envys to see how they work.

Anax/Raptor/Fireball are fighting for the OS utility fairway.

Sounds like a frustrating experience with the Mayhems. Surprised your plasma didn't show very good glide for you. The glide is one of the selling points for Mayhems for me, they have more hang time for me than any other distance driver I've tried that's neutral and not understable.

ThrowaEnvy 07-27-2019 11:44 AM

Interesting on the Mayhem, I only have the one dome plasma... seems like a pretty solid disc, I wonder if a light proton would still be flippy I guess the key is finding one that's real flat.

Got my mail yesterday, Owlenstein and a 164 N Fireball.. Took the Fireball out yesterday for a quick round, tried a few technique FH.. Found some new parts of the bush I've never seen before. Remembered someone talking about their karate chop FH, I tried a few on a 45 trying to drive it over. I couldn't burn it but some interesting long and straight flights. Might try it on some OH shots and see how that goes. Pretty beefy disc for me in a laughable way...

ThrowaEnvy 07-27-2019 04:19 PM

Hey has anyone tried a new relay with flight numbers? Kind of curious how the recent run has turned out.

funguy 07-27-2019 06:44 PM

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Originally Posted by ThrowaEnvy (Post 3477443)
Hey has anyone tried a new relay with flight numbers? Kind of curious how the recent run has turned out.

Newer Neutron so a bit gummier. The shoulder on most is a bit higher than the earlier PFN runs. Seems to have more glide and a touch more stability out the gate.

Emoney 07-27-2019 08:26 PM

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Originally Posted by Moose33 (Post 3477310)
The new Flare is a beast in that OS fairway slot. Itís essentially a FAF Firebird. If the next run is as stable as the first I may stock up heavily(already bought 3).

I think i sold you the Flare i had. I personally am not a fan of the plastic they use. I feel the grip is slippery . It will mainly be used for forehand so i need something like esp. Just personal preference. Thx tho

Moose33 07-27-2019 08:43 PM

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Originally Posted by Emoney (Post 3477482)
I think i sold you the Flare i had. I personally am not a fan of the plastic they use. I feel the grip is slippery . It will mainly be used for forehand so i need something like esp. Just personal preference. Thx tho

Haha, I had forgotten I bought that from you. Still endorse it lol.

elmexdela 07-28-2019 08:52 PM

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Originally Posted by elmexdela (Post 3476926)
anyone organically puddle top their plaz ion

bueller


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