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Yeah that was crazy. I havent measured but that shot was easily 400' landing on a uphill slope. On flat ground OMG would that have been a crush. Like today messing with those volts i ripped one down by the 2nd hole teepad from the top of the hill with little anny and it just rides right with FW fade for such a great downhill long D line. Also came within a few feet of my recent longer drives with a octane on hole 5 up hill all the way to the top.. Stupid volts!
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Video just shows how consistent these are with years apart in being produced and still a great ass mold. Ive lost more volts vs some people have owned discs lol.

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Old 04-25-2017, 07:15 PM
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Yeah that was crazy. I havent measured but that shot was easily 400' landing on a uphill slope. On flat ground OMG would that have been a crush. Like today messing with those volts i ripped one down by the 2nd hole teepad from the top of the hill with little anny and it just rides right with FW fade for such a great downhill long D line. Also came within a few feet of my recent longer drives with a octane on hole 5 up hill all the way to the top.. Stupid volts!
Stupid speed 9s thinking they are speed 12s (or whatever the hell those octanes are)

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Old 04-25-2017, 07:36 PM
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4 real tho volts and relays just crush. Add in yhe ion where you think you need a mid and dont welp....

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Old 04-25-2017, 07:43 PM
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4 real tho volts and relays just crush. Add in yhe ion where you think you need a mid and dont welp....
Odd my buzz looks new and my ion looks like it has 1000 miles on it. Wonder if its a strange coincidence..
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Yeah sure. Remember when i showed you how to throw that whatever beat buzz was on a hyzer? Sleep.

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So the 163 Fission Volt is in the bag. I need to put some stank on it to get it to go, but it goes surprisingly far. After teeing off I kept looking for the Volt 20-30' shorter than where it landed. The 157 Fission Volt was a little flatter, less glidey, and consistently shorter. I liked the 163 better.

The Volt might also handle skippy fades. I threw it on a 325' downhill hole where the fairway bends right and the basket is hard left behind a clump of trees. The Volt held the anny nicely, faded late, and took a big skip on the soft grass, flashing past the basket and finishing pin high and 40' left. That'll do.

169 Plasma Volts should be here tomorrow, but we have a house guest so I probably will not get a chance to throw until the weekend.
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Am I trippin hard?

Flat (and probably even the domey) proton were the most beefy for me. Then plasma. Then fizz.

Havent thrown a neutron in a year or three.

Not a huge variance but enough worth noticing... the proton bridges the gap between the motion and a plasma? Is this correct?
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Am I trippin hard?

Flat (and probably even the domey) proton were the most beefy for me. Then plasma. Then fizz.

Havent thrown a neutron in a year or three.

Not a huge variance but enough worth noticing... the proton bridges the gap between the motion and a plasma? Is this correct?
for me, the flat neutron and proton throw the same- straight to os, like a teebird. fights wind very well because of the flatness despite not being a truly overstable disc.

i have a domey proton that throws basically the same as plasma. has some turn and some fade. haven't thrown a fission.

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Am I trippin hard?

Flat (and probably even the domey) proton were the most beefy for me. Then plasma. Then fizz.

Havent thrown a neutron in a year or three.

Not a huge variance but enough worth noticing... the proton bridges the gap between the motion and a plasma? Is this correct?

Sounds normal. Plasmas fly a bit more neutral. Pulling Innova style flight ratings from my rear....

FR Volt 9/5/-1/1.5

Neutron / Proton / Eclipse Volt 9/4/0/2.5

Plasma Volt 9/4.5/-1/2

Fission same as N / P / E, lighter weights will be easier to flip over, but the mold itself isn't really flippy.

Electron I can tell you later this week.

Last time I bagged Volts I carried a fresh eclipse, a seasoned straight eclipse, and a seasoned FR. Covered my bases well. Plasmas and FR's are pretty interchangeable.

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