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Mike C 10-22-2019 05:21 AM

Not sure what I'm missing but Craves fill that slot perfectly for me.

brutalbrutus 10-22-2019 05:40 AM

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Originally Posted by Mike C (Post 3510436)
Not sure what I'm missing but Craves fill that slot perfectly for me.

Same here but some people have different preferences and/or angle control. Actually, my crave is to the point where it really doesn't fade much, just rip hard and flat and it pretty much flies dead straight as far as my dead arm can throw it. My thrashed resistor is my OS fairway nowadays.

discspeed 10-22-2019 08:21 AM

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Originally Posted by Mike C (Post 3510436)
Not sure what I'm missing but Craves fill that slot perfectly for me.

I think the Relay/Volt combo is very similar at my armspeed to what your Crave/Wrath combo does for you. You have some nice HSS Craves that you have found, but I have yet to find a HPL Relay that expresses that zero turn flight for me.

elmexdela 10-22-2019 10:45 AM

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Originally Posted by Mike C (Post 3510436)
Not sure what I'm missing but Craves fill that slot perfectly for me.

crave isnt interchangable with a teebird

4ormal 10-22-2019 10:54 AM

I recently added my first MVP, or any overmold disc, to my bag. MVP Ion Electron (soft). Right amount of grip. Not too floppy in the hand. Can handle a good amount of power without turning over. Seems more durable than other baseline putters. Has a nice fade at the end. Good reliable disc. Found it in the bushes with a wiped stamp and no ink. It was destined for me (in pink the only color I throw).

4ormal 10-22-2019 01:19 PM

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Originally Posted by 4ormal (Post 3510491)
I recently added my first MVP, or any overmold disc, to my bag. MVP Ion Electron (soft). Right amount of grip. Not too floppy in the hand. Can handle a good amount of power without turning over. Seems more durable than other baseline putters. Has a nice fade at the end. Good reliable disc. Found it in the bushes with a wiped stamp and no ink. It was destined for me (in pink the only color I throw).

****, my bad. It's an MVP ATOM.... not an Ion. Just wanted to clear that up. Tried to edit original post, but it seems to be too late. I'm an MVP noob....

discspeed 10-22-2019 02:46 PM

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Originally Posted by 4ormal (Post 3510563)
****, my bad. It's an MVP ATOM.... not an Ion. Just wanted to clear that up. Tried to edit original post, but it seems to be too late. I'm an MVP noob....

Yesterday I worm-burned my drive, then hit a 220' tailwind shot over a baseball backstop fence for the deuce with my Electron Atom. It's probably my favorite disc right now.

Mediocrefellow 10-22-2019 04:44 PM

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Originally Posted by brutalbrutus (Post 3508530)
Relays probably don't get lost often and they get better the more they season, so it's not like people need to buy them multiple times a year.

*about to try and look for 3rd missing relay this year..*

brutalbrutus 10-22-2019 04:57 PM

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Originally Posted by Mediocrefellow (Post 3510689)
*about to try and look for 3rd missing relay this year..*

Sounds like me with Waves and Teslas. I think I lost 5 Teslas and 4 Waves the first year(s) those two were out...


...but I don't blame the discs for that;)

Monocacy 10-22-2019 06:18 PM

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Originally Posted by brutalbrutus (Post 3510695)
Sounds like me with Waves and Teslas. I think I lost 5 Teslas and 4 Waves the first year(s) those two were out...)

Heh. I lose a fair number of Waves and Insanity(ies). But mostly because I throw them a ton.

Understable drivers + woods and undergrowth = lost discs


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