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Old 02-02-2012, 05:18 PM
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I threw the first runs=too domey....I threw the second runs=had a love affair with one until Dave Feldberg lost it by accident after he asked if he could try it out during USDGC week...Just received my third run glow today=the most marvelously flat topped overstable midrange i've ever laid eyes on. This thing handles wind very well and flies similar to a wasp...Has anyone else experienced the differences in the runs?
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Old 02-02-2012, 05:20 PM
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LOL, what did Feldy give you for losing your disc?

and yes, the first runs where insanely overstable, and the later runs have been in the sweet spot.
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Old 02-02-2012, 05:37 PM
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He actually gave me a free 30 minute lesson that was well worth the cost of the lost disc...great guy
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Old 02-02-2012, 06:50 PM
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Technically the glow and current production run are the same generation, so it's still a second run. But yes there is a difference between the FRs (most overstable), current proton (in the middle), and the eclipse (least overstable).
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Old 02-02-2012, 07:49 PM
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I threw the first runs=too domey....I threw the second runs=had a love affair with one until Dave Feldberg lost it by accident after he asked if he could try it out during USDGC week...Just received my third run glow today=the most marvelously flat topped overstable midrange i've ever laid eyes on. This thing handles wind very well and flies similar to a wasp...Has anyone else experienced the differences in the runs?
Early FRs: Varied from totally flat to super domey
Late FRs: started to become uniform moderate dome/flat shoulder
2nd production run: very much like the late FRs
Eclipse: seem pretty uniformly flatter than production run

I don't notice too much difference in the flights of the production and eclipse, though I think the eclipse are a bit faster due to the flatness. I normally carry a beat to piss FR (moderate dome) and a new eclipse. I have others I mess with, but those two seem to meet my needs the best.
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Old 02-02-2012, 07:55 PM
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Yeah the glow Vectors are one of my favorite discs to drive with. Very good forward penetration and a long, straight flight before the fade kicks in.
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Yeah the glow Vectors are one of my favorite discs to drive with. Very good forward penetration and a long, straight flight before the fade kicks in.
Am I correct with the Wasp comparison on the Eclipses? I can even throw soft flex shots with this and im reeallly digging it. I do however think that these new ones ARE more OS than the First run domey ones, but that is my personal opinion
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I've only had mine a few weeks, but so far so great!
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