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Old 03-10-2020, 07:58 PM
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Old 03-11-2020, 11:28 AM
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has there been anything new released in fission plastic. keep hoping for some faster stuff in light weight,
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Old 03-12-2020, 12:08 AM
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Gyro folks -- I really like the Resistor. It is an OS disc that will not dump on me. I would like a faster version, something straight with a good fade at the end. Now there is the OOP Shock. Should I get one (probably the Plasma one) or wait to see if MVP comes out with something new?
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Old 03-12-2020, 07:12 AM
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Gyro folks -- I really like the Resistor. It is an OS disc that will not dump on me. I would like a faster version, something straight with a good fade at the end. Now there is the OOP Shock. Should I get one (probably the Plasma one) or wait to see if MVP comes out with something new?
150 class Motion; the Fireball is dumpy.

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Old 03-12-2020, 07:45 PM
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I’ll second a lighter motion. My beat to snot 165g motion didn’t dump and was awesome for that role.
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Old 03-15-2020, 05:33 PM
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Just thought I'd drop in since nothing was happening and throw some love out for the Entropy... I don't play with it a lot, there was heavy winds yesterday, knocked out the power and in one of the gaps (still breezy but not 50-70kmh) I took the dog out. Played the Entropy vs my 180Z Comet. Entropy won that round. Even if I did turn it it always came back. Got really good extended headwind lines. Putt decent. Definitely staying in the bag as a wind putter and approach. Still pretty Rusty with it when it's, calm though

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And just a day after I bumped the thread cuz I felt sorry for it:

MVP - Neutron Reactor - Stock

The newest midrange driver from MVP is here with the release of the Reactor in Neutron plastic. This workhorse mid fits perfectly in the gap between the out of production Vector and Axis. With a modern profile and enhanced GYRO® effect, fans can expect noticeably more glide than the Vector and a tick more stability than the Axis. With that added stability and glide, the Reactor will carve up any fairway you can imagine. Swooping anhyzers? Check. Booming hyzers? Double check. The first member of MVP’s next generation of midranges, the Reactor is sure to reach critical mass this season.

Speed: 5 | Glide: 5 | Turn: -0.5 | Fade: 1.5
Weights: 165 - 177g

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Old 03-16-2020, 11:32 AM
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Just thought I'd drop in since nothing was happening and throw some love out for the Entropy...
Been loving it too, but it has been the Electron Entropy where this mold really shines. Picked up several from some Circuit events and cycling 2 now in the bag. Some Electron is Medium Firm and others are Medium Soft. This is where the mold is most like the Harp. While Neutron is great for off the tee or headwind shots, Electron is much more workable. This has become a cornerstone of my bag. I am wondering if the Ohm will kick out the Pilot. Maybe if it comes in Electron someday.

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And just a day after I bumped the thread cuz I felt sorry for it:

MVP - Neutron Reactor - Stock

The newest midrange driver from MVP is here with the release of the Reactor in Neutron plastic. ...
Speed: 5 | Glide: 5 | Turn: -0.5 | Fade: 1.5
Weights: 165 - 177g
I was happy to see this announcement in my email. New mids that I can get in weights that I throw.

I love mids that fly like beat in Sharks, which is why I've been throwing a Vibram Ibex for a while--it does so out of the box. The numbers on the Reactor suggest it'll do much the same, so I'm looking forward to getting a couple to try.

I was also intrigued by the announced Ohm. The numbers are close to the Aero--slow disc with lots of glide and neutral flight, so good for placement shots on relatively calm days.

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Old 03-16-2020, 04:31 PM
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Got my 165 plaz wave yesterday. Was surprised that it was a little bit transparent. Not like proton at all, but I could certainly see light thru it. Is that a new/common thing? My only other references are a max weight plaz crave and a 168 plaz ion. Neither look like this.
I completely love the feel of it!
I pilfered through a big box of mvp and axiom stuff that was brought back from a local dealer I know who went down for the Vegas tourney and it seems like they've updated a few if the polymers. Proton was like a mix of plasma kinda and the fission feels slick and durable. My best Max Planck fission photon is sitting around surge ss stability right now so a fresh Elaine kings In The same weight is a nice compliment. Also buckled and bought a beautiful Robin egg blue neutron Tesla and I can't wait to get it broken in.

And first tourney with my gyro bag established minus the crave.. got 6th out of 21 in the division, last year it would have been more like 6th from bottom if I had a good day. Throwing +1 at Rundle was a first in competition usually +10 lol

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