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Old 05-03-2019, 02:59 PM
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Can someone with more experience with Trilogy tell me what a good step up from an Escape would be? Looking for a true distance driver but not warp speed and wide rimmed.

The flow, renegade, and trespass seem like prime suspects. One thing I like about the Escape is that it molds up differently across plastics, so I can get a nice S out of a Bio or Fuzion, and then throw a moonshine or even a Getaway and get the same glide with solid HSS.

Extra points for a disc that slots in well next to a similar feeling and flying but more beefy OS bookend disc, and the same for a more US disc. I would probably continue to bag a Star Mamba for flippy needs.
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Old 05-03-2019, 03:10 PM
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Can someone with more experience with Trilogy tell me what a good step up from an Escape would be? Looking for a true distance driver but not warp speed and wide rimmed.

The flow, renegade, and trespass seem like prime suspects. One thing I like about the Escape is that it molds up differently across plastics, so I can get a nice S out of a Bio or Fuzion, and then throw a moonshine or even a Getaway and get the same glide with solid HSS.

Extra points for a disc that slots in well next to a similar feeling and flying but more beefy OS bookend disc, and the same for a more US disc. I would probably continue to bag a Star Mamba for flippy needs.
You'd be happy with the Trespass - readily available in all types of plastic. It's a definite step up in both speed and stability from an Escape.

My favorite in that slot is the Sword: they just bomb.

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Old 05-03-2019, 11:31 PM
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Can someone with more experience with Trilogy tell me what a good step up from an Escape would be? Looking for a true distance driver but not warp speed and wide rimmed.

The flow, renegade, and trespass seem like prime suspects. One thing I like about the Escape is that it molds up differently across plastics, so I can get a nice S out of a Bio or Fuzion, and then throw a moonshine or even a Getaway and get the same glide with solid HSS.
I've only thrown a few Escapes, but I agree with the Trespass as a natural step up in speed. You can definitely have a difference in stability between them, from pop up and glide to sweep fade, to ones that are turnover bombers. They power down very easily for being a speed 12ish driver.

I also agree that the Sword is very similar in flight characteristics to the Trespass, generally on the less stable end of them from the ones that I have thrown.
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Old 05-04-2019, 10:10 AM
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Interesting fact: while the Trespass is rated as speed 12, and Escape as speed 9, their rims are almost the same width: 2.1 for the Trespass, 2.0 for the Escape.

So in the Innova universe, it would be more like moving from a speed 10 to 11.

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Old 05-04-2019, 10:27 AM
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Interesting fact: while the Trespass is rated as speed 12, and Escape as speed 9, their rims are almost the same width: 2.1 for the Trespass, 2.0 for the Escape.

So in the Innova universe, it would be more like moving from a speed 10 to 11.
The Trespass rim is noticeably shallower than the Escape's. Hence the added speed.

Its like a Katana vs. a Boss. They have the same width rim, but the Katana's is way shallower. Innova says they're both speed 13, but a Katana easily flies faster than a Boss.
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sorry if this is explained in here but i read a bunch of the pages and did not see a breakdown. How is Fuzion Escape in terms of dome and stability compared to lucid and bio fuzion?

My lucid is domey and more stable. So i like to forehand my biofuzion one because it is flatter but i wish it was as stable as my lucid. So i was wondering of magically the fuzion escape is flat like bio and more stable like lucid.
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