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Old 09-06-2018, 09:57 PM
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I can see that, especially at the distances you're throwing them. When I throw exaggerated flexes with the Motion, it definitely holds more than I think it should sometimes before it snaps back over. But when it does comeback, its almost violent, lol. Is yours flat? The one I have currently has a slight rounded shoulder compared to the Einstein I used to have and also has a bit of a nipple in the center.
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Old 09-06-2018, 10:03 PM
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I must have a less stable Motion then, I cant put much anny on it or it will turn too much on max D drives.
how far you throwing them and how hard do you torque them could you throw an us disc that far

i dont mean it out of sass but out of honesty
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Old 09-06-2018, 10:07 PM
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how far you throwing them and how hard do you torque them could you throw an us disc that far

i dont mean it out of sass but out of honesty
He has a power flex FH in the 450ish range, iirc

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Old 09-06-2018, 11:18 PM
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how far you throwing them and how hard do you torque them could you throw an us disc that far

i dont mean it out of sass but out of honesty
The Motion goes 400-425 slight flex. If I try the big power flex like Id go for Max D with I cant control it.

Were not talking high distance contest lines, I can hit 500 with those, but real golf lines.

And you are right, I could throw something less OS, but Id rather not have to watch my front side that closely. I can hyzerflip my Stag near 400 and its not OS at all, but i better play darn good attention to release angle and pop or its going to roll into a different zip code.

So yes, your right, but Ive been playing long enough to know what I can do on the course with a higher percentage of success.
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Old 09-07-2018, 12:33 AM
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I find the Fireball a very odd disc. Straight flying until it stalls out of the air. I have the special edition Dragon stamp and have never thrown another....Perhaps I got an odd one....
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Old 09-07-2018, 09:17 AM
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The Motion goes 400-425 slight flex. If I try the big power flex like Id go for Max D with I cant control it.

Were not talking high distance contest lines, I can hit 500 with those, but real golf lines.

And you are right, I could throw something less OS, but Id rather not have to watch my front side that closely. I can hyzerflip my Stag near 400 and its not OS at all, but i better play darn good attention to release angle and pop or its going to roll into a different zip code.

So yes, your right, but Ive been playing long enough to know what I can do on the course with a higher percentage of success.
i might have to check out the fireballz then
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Yeah, see what you think. Maybe I’ll do a video with both so you can get a better idea.

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Old 09-07-2018, 12:52 PM
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i got a 148g fireball that is a lot of fun, can rip it on a rope, has good glide being so light and it launches off thumbers too, i recommend everyone try the lightest fireball you can find its amazing.

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Old 09-08-2018, 01:10 PM
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I was throwing a new 170 N fireball today for the first time. I agree its a very fall out of the sky kinda fade. I wish I tried one years ago with the success I had today hitting lines. It might kick the motion and tesla out.
The motions I have are everywhere from 150 to 175 Einstein and stock stamp and all of them are a C type flight that laughs at even hard forced anhy. I actually really like a lot of there 150 class discs, I used 153 resistor for a long time, Im currently baggin a 154 inspire after walking away from my 175 on the course, and its pretty similar stability.

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I was throwing a new 170 N fireball today for the first time. I agree its a very fall out of the sky kinda fade. I wish I tried one years ago with the success I had today hitting lines. It might kick the motion and tesla out.
The motions I have are everywhere from 150 to 175 Einstein and stock stamp and all of them are a C type flight that laughs at even hard forced anhy. I actually really like a lot of there 150 class discs, I used 153 resistor for a long time, Im currently baggin a 154 inspire after walking away from my 175 on the course, and its pretty similar stability.
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