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FWIW from memory on the volt.. Same experience, the Volt resists turn and has more of a dump than a panning fade.

The Tesla will fly straighter though on a good anhyzer stall to fade, or if you have the power it can be forced over easier with more of a panning fade for a wider S.
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Old 09-01-2020, 05:55 PM
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Second KrisG on CN Volt v Tesla
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Old 09-02-2020, 12:46 AM
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Same experience, the Volt resists turn and has more of a dump than a panning fade.
Which is why the FR Volts were better. They flew more like a Valk but on a tighter line and didn't dump. They had that awesome "forward penetrating" fade.

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Old 09-02-2020, 10:04 AM
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Which is why the FR Volts were better. They flew more like a Valk but on a tighter line and didn't dump. They had that awesome "forward penetrating" fade.
And when you can find sub-170g ones they can be quite magical. I agree that the FR have a forward fade unlike most other runs.
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Old 09-02-2020, 10:46 AM
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Well that pretty much negates my Volt familiarity then haha. Thanks for exposing me Brutus.
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Today I got to test a new fission Volt. Discovered, that it's right between my beat in N and the newer CN. Just as I hoped.
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As a newbie after doing some reviews I decided to buy this as my first disc and I love it!!! It is a great disc I think for a newbie especially if you just focus on your throw and form and not worry about throwing it as hard and far as you can. I got some great distance without trying very hard and consistently as well.

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