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Old 04-19-2017, 07:14 PM
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Default Mayhem: 23mm Distance Driver

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"The Mayhem is a new high-speed distance driver from Axiom Discs. Mayhem is the straight-stable disc of a three-model 23mm class to be released in 2017. Like the MVP 23mm class, the Mayhem has a pronounced dome to promote distance-covering glide.

Expert throwers will find the Mayhem ready to stand up and boom or drift over from flat, while average power throwers will be able to mash on it without fear of unmanageable turn. Mayhem is best compared to a beat MVP Octane and will debut in Neutron plastic. Stay tuned for details at AxiomDiscs on Facebook or at*Axiom Discs*on the web" - by Axiom Discs

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Old 04-19-2017, 07:49 PM
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i am going to buy this solely for the name.

all I would need is mischief and i will be set
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Old 04-19-2017, 09:22 PM
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Mash on it. That's my $#!t..

But i was hoping for the full bore rip bc i mean ... Mmmm!
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Old 04-19-2017, 09:41 PM
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Mash on it. That's my $#!t..

But i was hoping for the full bore rip bc i mean ... Mmmm!
hitting "grandpa's cough medicine" a bit early huh?
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Old 04-19-2017, 09:55 PM
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No i full bore rip 24/7

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If this is a warp speed crave... I may just die of overexcitement...
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Old 04-20-2017, 11:40 AM
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Worn Octane sounds like a great disc. A Proton Octane now for me is pretty stable, but very workable. A Neutron Octane has solid turn while still hooking out in the end, so to get a beat Octane right away, especially when in Proton, that's gonna be a killer disc. excited about this one the most
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Old 05-05-2017, 06:19 PM
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Wow, this Mayhem was love at first throw for me. I threw a pair of max weight testers today. It was really windy out so I can't comment on how they fly in calm conditions, but in a mix of tailwinds and left to right crosswinds they flew a lot like a seasoned Star Destroyer for me. They had a little turn, a lot of glide, and a meaty fade. They were long and super precise. I was putting them within 10' of a basket I put about 500' out in a practice field. Also had some 550' throws with them on golf lines. I'll post a video tonight or tomorrow. I figured these would be a little flippier than they were flying in these winds. Curious to see what they're like in calm conditions now.

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Are we talking speed 13 crave? And how much dome vs a proton Octane?
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Old 05-05-2017, 07:02 PM
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Are we talking speed 13 crave? And how much dome vs a proton Octane?
My only proton Octane is a metal flake one fwiw, and the dome is comparable. Maybe a little less dome than my neutrons. Speed 13 Crave doesn't seem too far off based on the windy throws I had with it today...keeping in mind a speed ~13 is inherently going to fade more than a speed ~7.

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