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Old 02-16-2019, 11:32 AM
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need to do neutron dayglo cores and proton rims, come on
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Old 02-16-2019, 11:43 AM
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How about if they did something in the 24.5mm class in fission and got the weights down... I love me some thick rims but really I'm pushing my luck with anything over speed 11.. I'd love a 160 Fission Teleport etc..

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Old 02-16-2019, 03:30 PM
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How about if they did something in the 24.5mm class in fission and got the weights down... I love me some thick rims but really I'm pushing my luck with anything over speed 11.. I'd love a 160 Fission Teleport etc..
I'd just love more fission period. Really love that plastic. Upset that I only own a volt in it. I'd love a few other options. Even like mid-max weight mids in it. Or like a 140 fiz ion would be super fun

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Old 02-16-2019, 09:23 PM
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Yeah it is real nice plastic, kind of soft neutron only Grippier.. And decent durability and what I imagine/hear is a faster wear in.. I've only got the two so far....used.. And sweet!!!!

That light Photon really is special for a 350' thrower.
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I just started switching all my Innova molds over to MVP/axiom. It's been fun finding replacements and learning new possibilities. I believe in Gyro. Clash has surprised me the most... It's basically a better teebird. I didn't think that was possible.

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I just started switching all my Innova molds over to MVP/axiom. It's been fun finding replacements and learning new possibilities. I believe in Gyro. Clash has surprised me the most... It's basically a better teebird. I didn't think that was possible.

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i wouldnt throw mvp mids tho be careful
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I just started switching all my Innova molds over to MVP/axiom. It's been fun finding replacements and learning new possibilities. I believe in Gyro. Clash has surprised me the most... It's basically a better teebird. I didn't think that was possible.

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i personally really like the clash and would throw one if I didnt have a beat resistor, the problem is there is inconsistency in the molds because i have another one that i dont like at all. The "good one" i have is easily a contender for a teebird-like slot. I pick the Servo over the clash, but even my most recent servo i bought had to send pictures and email MVP directly to prove how bad it was, the one servo i had is flippy and the servo MVP sent me (same plastic just a different color) after reviewing evidence was about 1cm higher PLH and is straight with a nice forward fade.. i love the replacement they sent me, but it was a hassle.

Im to the point where i will NOT buy ANY discs online, especially on FB anymore, i would rather travel over an hour away to a shop that carries a lot of MVP so i can compare dome/plh on a table before i buy. and I have noticed tons of variation in MVP, and any other brands molds, even different colors of the same plastics can be drastically different.. obviously different plastics are going to be different.

A trend im noticing is people buy a bunch of discs and they compare all the PLH or sometimes even go throw them in a field once or twice to make sure they fly as expected and any that dont fly right they just dump on facebook for $2 less than retail.

All that said, when i find good MVP runs they are amazing and i love throwing their discs after trying just about everything out there the past few years.
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