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Old 07-26-2015, 12:20 PM
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Id still love to see MVP/Axiom release a disc that is less stable than the Resistor but still possesses some strong HSS. There is certainly room there from my experience throwing the Resistor/Crave duo.
That's what the Clash is for me.
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Old 07-26-2015, 12:36 PM
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That's what the Clash is for me.
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Old 07-27-2015, 01:29 PM
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If the Clash isn't HSS enough, maybe a light Resistor?
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Old 07-27-2015, 01:35 PM
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Light Resistors are still nice and overstable.
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Old 07-27-2015, 03:16 PM
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^right, I was just responding to the guy who was saying he basically wants something in this class that's between the Resistor and the Clash...not too many choices. Maybe a fresh Servo might do him better. Mine did this weekend.
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Old 02-23-2016, 11:58 PM
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Got my first round of 2016 in today. I carried 2 clashes. 172/155. I have to say these hit a ton of lines for me. The 172 is getting beat so it is turning more bit still coming back. The 155 is awesome. Lighter throw nice and flat soft turn and a healthy not beefy fade. 150 class is fun as hell. Clashes and leopards can probably take care of my fairway duties.
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The Clash was the biggest Gyro dud I've thrown.

I anticipated a little turn and then a big fade but I found much different results on the two I bought. Both Clashes would flip up hard on a slight hyzer release and would track so far over that I'd never see the fade. They also got killed my head winds.

Id still love to see MVP/Axiom release a disc that is less stable than the Resistor but still possesses some strong HSS. There is certainly room there from my experience throwing the Resistor/Crave duo.
Maybe make your own fairway disc to be more HSS and call it a Tyrant...
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Old 06-21-2016, 01:37 PM
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So I just ordered a CLASH. I kinda just jumped on it for fun. I am very happy with my fairway drivers so this will just be an alternate for fun in place of my FD or Teebird. Honestly I can play with different molds and usually as long as I am familiar enough I can manipulate to get what I want. SO, I was happy to hear this was like an Eagle, but now sad to hear some people thought it was too flippy and hard on the fade, maybe an odd disc I guess, so its not a straight shooter with some fade, rather an S shape flight with late hook? IDK, if its a Fairway version of a DEFY then i can work with that. time will tell
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Old 06-21-2016, 02:09 PM
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I can't turn mine at all, but it just may be my power level. In fact, I get that Eagle flight out of the Inspire, which i had hoped was more understable. Both were disappointing to me. I don't carry either one anymore.
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This is my subjective opinion, but I think there's a heavy "mileage may vary" component to this entire class of Gyro. But particularly the Clash, Servo, Switch. I'll throw Inspire in there because it's supposed to be the Axiom Switch IIRC. The Resistor is beef by anyone's definition. The Crave seems to be a -1, 1 type disc for most everyone.

But the Clash, Servo, Switch, and Inspire seem more to be something different for everyone. I think it takes some tinkering around with all of these, and having them season up for you, before you know if to bag one, and if so, which one(s).

Plus, if MVP/AXIOM has an area where they're less consistent across a single mold, it's the HS turn, right? If there's a mold where one is a bit different from the next, it's generally an US driver, and the variation is how much/how easy it is to turn.

I bag 2 Switches right now, same wt, same seasoning. From new, one was noticeably more HSS than the other. Not wildly, but different enough that I have both in the bag for any round. They've both lost a little HSS by this point, but the difference between the two is still about the same magnitude.

So, TL/DR aside, I think this is a tough set of discs to get a grasp on, and I think it might give them a bad rap. I think it may be possible that, depending on who's throwing them, any of the 4 might fit that "Eagle-like" flight, depending on the Eagle one has in mind, too, of course.

A big arm might get the flight from a Fresh max wt Servo that I get from this broken in but not beat Clash I have, or that a newer player might get from a fresh Switch.
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