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wolfmandragon 05-08-2019 12:34 PM

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Originally Posted by elmexdela (Post 3449143)
i touched a entropy but didnt throw it

leaning towards harp clone rather than zone clone

from feel and looks i really dont care to throw it im fine with my ion and wasp line up

Harp that has had its bead turned into a bevel; much like how the Quake relates to the Wasp. I would like for you to have thrown it, be interesting to hear from a round finger.

I played a putters only round last night. Tui, Envy, Pure and Entropy. I did find that the Entropy works well on a 35 degree hyzer backhand drive. Low glide yet a small amount of turn gives it a very interesting flight shape.

Diffentally not a Zone as they have no turn.
It is by far the shortest of all the above putters, but not as OS as I would have liked.

Moose33 05-08-2019 02:29 PM

Does it seem to anyone else that mvp is reluctant to make super os discs?

I mean, they made the Phase and Limit but pretty much nothing that wasn’t very fast is also very OS.

Not their market segment?

wolfmandragon 05-08-2019 02:46 PM

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Originally Posted by Moose33 (Post 3449369)
Does it seem to anyone else that mvp is reluctant to make super os discs?

I mean, they made the Phase and Limit but pretty much nothing that wasn’t very fast is also very OS.

Not their market segment?

The Motion is pretty dang beefy... without dump.
Yeah, a putter Motion would be super nice.

ThrowaEnvy 05-08-2019 02:48 PM

I'm really wondering if that's a limitation of Gyro.. It does some amazing things I haven't experienced with other discs a sort of levelling of the flight towards a workable level. Perhaps Gyro affects a discs inherent right to be extremely overstable. Then again I don't throw that beefy stuff anyways.

FinHatch 05-08-2019 03:13 PM

My max weight FAF pink hard neutron Resistor is pretty beefy.

chevis 05-08-2019 03:15 PM

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Originally Posted by Moose33 (Post 3449369)
Does it seem to anyone else that mvp is reluctant to make super os discs?

I mean, they made the Phase and Limit but pretty much nothing that wasn’t very fast is also very OS.

Not their market segment?

r u talking about a firebird clone? or slower. there's the (axiom)fireball. slower still there is the resistor & deflector. also the energy, but that's just a little slower limit.

brutalbrutus 05-08-2019 03:20 PM

Dont forget that when Moose refers to "superOS" he can throw 400+ FHs with a Motion... so his idea of what superOS means, might not be what most people's is...;)

For example, the Nitro is superOS to me. Without a 20+ headwind, I cant make it fly more than 250ft no matter how hard I flex it.

Emoney 05-08-2019 05:07 PM

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Originally Posted by Moose33 (Post 3449369)
Does it seem to anyone else that mvp is reluctant to make super os discs?

I mean, they made the Phase and Limit but pretty much nothing that wasn’t very fast is also very OS.

Not their market segment?

The Deflector , speed 5, is grossly overstable. Entropy just got added to the 4 speed and is plenty OS imo.
They have the most OS discs i have ever thrown. Over on the Axiom side you have speed 9 fireball and speed 11 thrill that are very OS.
The MVP shock is usable OS speed 8.
Streamline has a Runway that is plenty beefy speed 5 as well and now the Flare(speed 9)

Silver Rider 05-08-2019 05:09 PM

the best overstable disc they make, the Resistor.. you cant turn that over out of the box.

rocthecourse 05-08-2019 05:13 PM

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Originally Posted by Moose33 (Post 3449369)
Does it seem to anyone else that mvp is reluctant to make super os discs?

MVP seems reluctant to make a lot of stuff, like all their putters in every plastic, more white and pink Neutron, soft Neutron Ions...


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