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Okay back after some field work... The 166 proton one is something I can turn over whereas my 158 fights it more even though it is a lighter disc. My 174 neutron I need a head wind for it to turn more than just a small amount. The proton one fits right between my relay and my Hokum Craves. I will probably bag all three until I can try Fission Craves. So the lower PLH for the proton crave definitely makes a difference...

The Crave is the main straight fairway in my bag...
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Old 06-17-2022, 12:43 AM
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A couple of Fission Crave's arrived in the mail today (162/168gm) and I took them out for 9 holes. While warming up they went further than any of my other N/CN/Pr/Pl Craves. I can get my seasoned N Crave to 85-90m, and these went 95m and 98m respectively. That's basically as far as I throw with anything (I did throw 111m downwind with a Thrasher last week).

They were also pretty straight, with some nice Crave turn and fade.

Got some bag thinking to do ... I'm not the biggest fan of Fission plastic, but 98m!

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Old 06-17-2022, 07:26 AM
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I managed to pick up a 172g fission Crave yesterday. I’ll be curious to see if it is noticeably different than the cosmic neutrons that I bag.

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Old 06-17-2022, 10:31 AM
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I managed to pick up a 172g fission Crave yesterday. I’ll be curious to see if it is noticeably different than the cosmic neutrons that I bag.
Finally working mine into a solo round yesterday. Not seeing any distance separation yet between it and the Hokoms, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing. It does seem to turn a little more readily though if I’m intentional with the angle. Looking forward to your impressions and to getting some additional time in on my own.
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Old 06-18-2022, 08:16 AM
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My new proton Crave (166) has a lower PLH than my two Hokum's (one 174 the other 158). I haven't thrown it much yet. However I will report a comparison after some field work. Based on what people are saying, I do not think these are first run Hokum Craves, at least my noodle arm says so!
You might try looking for some first run eclipse craves. I carried them briefly and I couldn't keep them on the course. They had SO much turn. I carry recent protons now and it is a completely different driver.

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Old 06-18-2022, 10:42 AM
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First few throws with the fission crave today. Goes further and only slightly more understable. Mine weighs 161 and I am comparing it to a 158 Neutron Crave. I threw it on a hole today that I hadn't managed to park with a crave, and it got me the additional 20 feet I needed to do so. I really like having fission options for the discs I throw.
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Old 08-01-2022, 04:21 AM
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I bag max weight cosmic neutron Craves right now but would prefer if they were a bit more OS. Not being too familiar with MVP plastics yet, are there any other plastics more stable than the cosmics? Proton maybe?
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Old 08-01-2022, 06:35 AM
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I bag max weight cosmic neutron Craves right now but would prefer if they were a bit more OS. Not being too familiar with MVP plastics yet, are there any other plastics more stable than the cosmics? Proton maybe?
In my experience Proton Craves are the most overstable. I’ve thrown Plasma, Neutron, Cosmic Neutron, Fission and Proton.
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Old 08-01-2022, 08:18 AM
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In my experience Proton Craves are the most overstable. I’ve thrown Plasma, Neutron, Cosmic Neutron, Fission and Proton.
Thanks! I'll give a Proton a shot!
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