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Old 06-21-2018, 11:59 AM
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anyone know where to find first run felons or know how much they go for?
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Old 06-21-2018, 10:32 PM
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good luck. and hope your wallet is very deep.

I have some early run blank top gold lines, which I believe are more rare than first runs.

problem is they are now both in my bag and hold a very secure spot.
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Old 09-20-2018, 03:22 PM
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Anyone looking for a crazy OS Felon should be happy with the Lucid-X that recently got released. I've had mine in the bag for a couple weeks and it is SO MUCH BEEF.
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Old 09-21-2018, 06:19 PM
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Late to the party - got a BioFuzion Felon coming my way. Hoping it might not be as beefy as say a Lucid-X.
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Old 09-21-2018, 09:57 PM
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Late to the party - got a BioFuzion Felon coming my way. Hoping it might not be as beefy as say a Lucid-X.
Can confirm. The Fuzion and Biofuzion Felons are a usable overstable rather than just straight up beef. They still behave well in the wind due to a relative lack of glide. I can even get just a touch of turn from my Fuzion, compared to my Lucid-X that fades immediately.
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Old 12-05-2018, 01:39 PM
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Anyone seen some lighter weight biofuzion felons for sale? I can only find them in the 170's. Wold prefer the Bios in the 160-165 range.
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Old 12-17-2018, 09:17 AM
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Lost my Lucid X Felon this weekend to the local pond that currently frozen over with some thin ice.

Does anyone know how the hybrid plastic compares to Lucid and Lucid X? I'm guessing it's less stable than the X, but is it more/less stable than the regular Lucid?
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So, I tried a Lucid Felon in windy conditions the other day. I noticed it isn't nearly as good as a Firebird at fighting strong wind. I was noticing some turnover when thrown into headwinds. In calm conditions a Firebird and Felon behave the same.

I guess I can't say I'm super surprised at this, since DD discs generally aren't as overstable as their counterparts from other brands.
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Old 03-12-2019, 12:51 PM
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They definitely aren't FB beefy. My guess is try out a Lucid-X Felon or a Criminal. Both will be more OS.
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Old 03-12-2019, 12:57 PM
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So, I tried a Lucid Felon in windy conditions the other day. I noticed it isn't nearly as good as a Firebird at fighting strong wind. I was noticing some turnover when thrown into headwinds. In calm conditions a Firebird and Felon behave the same.

I guess I can't say I'm super surprised at this, since DD discs generally aren't as overstable as their counterparts from other brands.
Yep, absolutely true. I think the Felon is even less HSS than the Thunderbird can be, though it has more fade. In a way I think it's a worse disc than the Firebird and Thunderbird, but those characteristics also make it great for lots of situations. Very comfortable to throw and easy to manipulate if you throw decently hard, and it also powers down well for its speed and stability.

It's not something I would throw in heavy wind, that is definitely for the Firebird. But it's really good at shaping FH lines, as well as hitting tunnels FH or BH that need to hold straight longer than a Firebird but then still have a skip at the end. When you get used to the angles on the Felon, you can hit them hard on FH and have the fade just barely flex them out and they won't skip. Interesting disc...it's actually easy to control its big fade when you get really used to them, and you can also use it like a mild thrower Firebird in calm too if you just want hyzer type shots. But I've definitely flipped them to never come back in wind.
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