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Old 11-29-2019, 03:37 PM
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lost my gstarrr sw

put in a 150g used inertia which is a close enough replacement however it has too much fade

hit the basket on a hyzerflip flick 275ft out

thinking this will be a fun one for winter dg
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Old 11-29-2019, 11:57 PM
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Same here. My plaz axis is my most thrown mid, and my plaz ion is probably my most thrown disc. Several of the others that were cut are also in my bag. I'm fine with the shakeups, just don't think it was exceptionally thought out as far as the timeline of it.
The replacement mids better be good. If they discontinue the Axis, Vector, and Theory and replace them with Tensor-esque turds I will be pissed.
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Old 11-30-2019, 12:12 PM
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The replacement mids better be good. If they discontinue the Axis, Vector, and Theory and replace them with Tensor-esque turds I will be pissed.
Agreed. The E matrix was cool I suppose, but I'm not one to cycle, so I don't care for baseline mids. Their mid lineup was feeble to start (although I fell in love with a few of them) so these replacements better show great improvement. Otherwise, I might have to go Elmex's route and start tossing Discraft mids...

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Old 12-01-2019, 05:42 PM
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The replacement mids better be good. If they discontinue the Axis, Vector, and Theory and replace them with Tensor-esque turds I will be pissed.
I think the wing of the Matrix is the biggest clue that we have regarding the direction they will take with the new mids. Compared to the Axis/Vector the overmold of the Matrix accounts for a greater percentage of the whole disc...it's almost the entire wing like their putters. More overmold = more gyro.

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Old 12-02-2019, 08:47 PM
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Speaking of new discs, 5 were approved today but none from MVP/Axiom. Still some time left but I guess my theory that they would bring something out for holiday shopping season is gonna be wrong...
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Old 12-02-2019, 08:54 PM
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Old 12-02-2019, 09:19 PM
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Speaking of new discs, 5 were approved today but none from MVP/Axiom. Still some time left but I guess my theory that they would bring something out for holiday shopping season is gonna be wrong...
i just got an email today of what is really goin on that mvp headquarters straight from brad and chad ill share the screen shot


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Old 12-03-2019, 09:50 AM
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I'm a big fan of Eclipse.. I call it "mellow proton", well in my head and here haha. A little more flex than proton and a bit grippier. I feel like my 156 Crave is like a freshish 165 Relay... my 162 actually is closer to Relay flight than my neutron Crave of same weight, it turns fairly easily but has enough stability to pull it back out and fade. Rather than a long turn it's more of late middle breaking S disc, my neutron Crave is more of a straight to fade or a middle S shape.

The neutron is my stable control FH, the eclipse fit a utility FH and as a BH line shaper.
Interesting. I might have to try the Neutron Crave. I've added a Neutron Servo to the rig and I'm digging it's flight.

I love Eclipse. My 165 Eclipse Envys are now my go to driving putters. Allowed me to ditch my Max weight plasma Envys. My aging arm approves.

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Old 12-03-2019, 10:59 AM
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Interesting. I might have to try the Neutron Crave. I've added a Neutron Servo to the rig and I'm digging it's flight.

I love Eclipse. My 165 Eclipse Envys are now my go to driving putters. Allowed me to ditch my Max weight plasma Envys. My aging arm approves.
Yeah it's kind of weird, I haven't checked the PLH on my 152 Plasma Crave but I feel like it's even a touch more stable than the eclipses I've been throwing.

The eclipse Envy is often in the bag, always have a soft electron and the beloved plasma Envy.
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Old 12-03-2019, 12:10 PM
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Yeah it's kind of weird, I haven't checked the PLH on my 152 Plasma Crave but I feel like it's even a touch more stable than the eclipses I've been throwing.

The eclipse Envy is often in the bag, always have a soft electron and the beloved plasma Envy.
All the plasma Craves I have thrown have had both more turn and more fade... a little more Eagle-ish but more mellow.
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Which I would call less stable.

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