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Old 04-30-2020, 06:08 PM
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ive been searching for a slightly more stable insanity/inertia. is the lift somewhere between wrath and those 2?
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Old 04-30-2020, 06:09 PM
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I love my proton insanity. Been my go to driver for a few years now. Recently added a plasma wave to try an eek a little more distance out. Haven't thrown it enough to really know what I have there. But I'm a huge insanity fan. Granted, my sample size is only one. But that one is money!!
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Old 04-30-2020, 07:20 PM
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ive been searching for a slightly more stable insanity/inertia. is the lift somewhere between wrath and those 2?
I have heard that about the lift but can't comment. I love inertias, the disc that has stolen a heavier inertia/stable spot is a neutron Wave. My DD's are usually 157 ish. Wave winds a tighter S or more stable downhill for me. Feels good too.

Wave to Inertia is kinda like Envy to Atom feel and flight difference. With reversed glide, the Wave is my longest disc.. I'm just going to stop now.

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Old 05-01-2020, 10:26 PM
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ive been searching for a slightly more stable insanity/inertia. is the lift somewhere between wrath and those 2?
The Lift flies like the numbers suggest -1.5/2 turn (if you throw 350+). It has some dome so it has a gradual predictable turn and more glide. I would say its Streamlines best disc.

Its closest to a inertia but better in every way. *The cosmic Lift are coming out a tick more OS when new.

Example: if i have to place a drive down a long tight straight fairway 350+, im pulling this disc.

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Old 05-02-2020, 10:54 AM
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ive been searching for a slightly more stable insanity/inertia. is the lift somewhere between wrath and those 2?
Yeah its right between those discs if you ask me, more stable than Inertia but way less stable than Wrath
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Old 05-02-2020, 05:45 PM
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I lent a buddy a plasma 170 proxy and a 165 electron spin.. He let someone else throw it.. Short answer is I'm not sure about parting with the Spin but the guy dug the proxy. Either way I said whatever if he likes em it's more money for the SE Ohm fund haha. Going to be throwing those a lot I think.

I'm also curious about Reactor Intel.. I don't really need that these days, Relay/ Envy do a lot of that work but the numbers and stuff sound pretty awesome. I just want to know if it's as awesome as it sounds... it will just get me hyped up more for their next step down, touch glidey, gyro mid Haha.

It's going to have a wing like a vector and throw like a heavy 176 (to be exact) Vertex, glide like a lighter beat to sweet Axis and ignore wind like a Tangent. It will be called the? Capacitor!! that's my call.

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Old 05-02-2020, 06:15 PM
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It's going to have a wing like a vector and throw like a heavy 176 (to be exact) Vertex, glide like a lighter beat to sweet Axis and ignore wind like a Tangent. It will be called the? Capacitor!! that's my call.
Should have names the cosmic plastic Flux...

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Old 05-02-2020, 06:41 PM
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. . . I'm also curious about Reactor Intel..
Yes I am very interested to hear more about the Reactor. Usually if a new mold is great (or even not great lol) you hear people raving about it online. Silence is not encouraging.

I'm currently throwing a Fuzion Truth as my stable-ish mid. If Reactor is similar to the Truth and fits my FH grip I would probably do a showdown. If Reactor is more stable/OS than the Truth I might carry both.

But I'd love to get some feedback rather than adding to my already embarrassing pile of discs I'm trying to sell.

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Old 05-03-2020, 01:06 AM
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Look man, I was chilling in the hot tub and I thought about it from an electrical perspective. I still want to back Capacitor as a name but Inductor would make more sense..

There's a time constant for charging rates.. I think it's 2 x Pi x R (resistance)x I (inductor(nope wrong formula cut that)) x C... there's a correlation there, maybe it's IRC squared but.. technically, or non so really, an inductor smooths the curve and a capacitor stores energy and absorbs the punch. Capacitor should be the other end of a Reactor on the stable side and Inductor should be a touch disc..

If they made a new plastic it could be a D-Capacitor haha

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Old 05-03-2020, 03:57 PM
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Yes I am very interested to hear more about the Reactor. Usually if a new mold is great (or even not great lol) you hear people raving about it online. Silence is not encouraging.
I bought one. I have yet to throw it because of staying at home unless working or getting groceries. I figure there hasn't been much discussion of the Reactor because of the virus situation. When folks can get out and throw more, you'll hear about it.

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