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Old 12-18-2021, 11:24 AM
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Old 12-23-2021, 04:59 PM
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Correct to a degree. Had a chance to have both in hand today at my local play it again. The lip on the passion is slightly modified. But you're right it's a retooled cyclone.
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Old 12-23-2021, 09:15 PM
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You need to stop saying such things because I'm going to have to buy one just to find out if it's true and I only bought one Ledgestone Cyclone because I didn't need any more Cyclones. I'm going to die with unthrown Cyclones sitting around. So I don't need this Passion disc but I'm going to have to buy one just to know unless you can, you know...shut up.
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Old 12-25-2021, 01:56 AM
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You need to stop saying such things because I'm going to have to buy one just to find out if it's true and I only bought one Ledgestone Cyclone because I didn't need any more Cyclones. I'm going to die with unthrown Cyclones sitting around. So I don't need this Passion disc but I'm going to have to buy one just to know unless you can, you know...shut up.
Well you could just ship a premium Cyclone to me, and not only will it get thrown, it will also get compared to a Passion for you. Should save you between 10-15 bucks that way.
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Old 12-27-2021, 09:39 AM
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Correct to a degree. Had a chance to have both in hand today at my local play it again. The lip on the passion is slightly modified. But you're right it's a retooled cyclone.
I mean...the shoulder might be flatter...so Cyclone3? I don't have an old Cyclone to test its lip against so I'll take your word for it. But in the hand and throwing it...it reminds me of my old ESP Cyclone.

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You need to stop saying such things because I'm going to have to buy one just to find out if it's true and I only bought one Ledgestone Cyclone because I didn't need any more Cyclones. I'm going to die with unthrown Cyclones sitting around. So I don't need this Passion disc but I'm going to have to buy one just to know unless you can, you know...shut up.
I'll trade you a passion for some TP Cyclones
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Old 04-21-2022, 08:15 AM
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The more I throw this disc, the more I like it. Glad to have a Cyclone back in the bag.

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Old 05-02-2022, 10:33 AM
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My wife has a pair of them. Both of hers are very flat. Ive thrown them in a field. Im not a big arm and I can cleanly throw understable discs fairly well but I found the Passion a bit too understable for my liking.

I honestly dont know off the top of my head what numbers they put on the Passion but Id probably call them a 7/5/-2.5/1.

Maybe domey ones have a little more integrity?

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Old 05-02-2022, 10:49 AM
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My wife has a pair of them. Both of hers are very flat. I’ve thrown them in a field. I’m not a big arm and I can cleanly throw understable discs fairly well but I found the Passion a bit too understable for my liking.

I honestly don’t know off the top of my head what numbers they put on the Passion but I’d probably call them a 7/5/-2.5/1.

Maybe domey ones have a little more integrity?
I'm like a 340ish arm and this one holds up very well. Pops up from a smidge of hyzer and has a nice (but not aggressive fade) as it slows down. It's weight is 170-172g.

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Old 05-02-2022, 12:06 PM
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I'm like a 340ish arm and this one holds up very well. Pops up from a smidge of hyzer and has a nice (but not aggressive fade) as it slows down. It's weight is 170-172g.

Maybe the dome helps. I dont have pictures but when I say my wifes are flat I mean they are really flat. Pretty sure hers are pretty close to max weight. I was only throwing them maybe a fuzz over 300 but they would pop up from hyzer and immediately start drifting right and just keep drifting right and would eventually fade back a smidge but overall I would say they were landing sixty to eighty feet right of where I would have expected them to land.

I was also throwing some FDs and Craves that day and the particular Passions that I was throwing were quite a bit less stable in comparison.

I guess maybe if someone is looking for flippier Passions maybe they should look for some flat ones?

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