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Old 07-14-2019, 05:59 PM
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what is the pilot like again with the profile

anode if i remember right
Micro bead. The first time I picked one up, it felt a lot like a challenger to me but slimmer. PDGA specs has it at 1.9 height and a chally at 2.2
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Old 07-14-2019, 06:32 PM
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Micro bead. The first time I picked one up, it felt a lot like a challenger to me but slimmer. PDGA specs has it at 1.9 height and a chally at 2.2
chally ss

jk i havent thrown anything than an og chally which actually i have a pro d laying somewhere around here hmmm

is it more like a small bead dx aviar

i know im splitting hairs here but i could see/feel difference in chally vs sb dx aviar
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Old 07-14-2019, 09:21 PM
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why do you go swan
I only carry two PA molds Harp and whatever I’m putting with, right now that is the Swan. It’s great for push putts and the throwers are just super easy to manipulate on any line you don’t want to fade.

If I give it hyzer it goes straight, closer to flat it turns totally flat and it turns a lot. Does the shots your talking about super intuitively.
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Old 07-14-2019, 10:29 PM
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I only carry two PA molds Harp and whatever I’m putting with, right now that is the Swan. It’s great for push putts and the throwers are just super easy to manipulate on any line you don’t want to fade.

If I give it hyzer it goes straight, closer to flat it turns totally flat and it turns a lot. Does the shots your talking about super intuitively.
im pretty sure one of my buddies throws a swan ill have to check it out thank you

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Micro bead. The first time I picked one up, it felt a lot like a challenger to me but slimmer. PDGA specs has it at 1.9 height and a chally at 2.2
threw the chally today it was flat stable

does the pilot have similar flight path

im sure with little beating the pro d chally would be a flipper but its too floaty

maybe im just a picky one
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Old 07-14-2019, 11:14 PM
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threw the chally today it was flat stable

does the pilot have similar flight path

im sure with little beating the pro d chally would be a flipper but its too floaty

maybe im just a picky one
Like I said before, I haven't rally thrown the Pilot for distance much, but it does have some natural turn to it. Flight numbers are pretty dead on, imo at -1 1. Whereas the Chally is more of the classic straight with a late fade, 0 2.

No shame in being picky. Putters are definitely the most feel dependent of the classes, imo… which is why I never could gel with the Ion after using rhynos and envys for putting before trying an Ion for the first time when they came out in E.

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Old 07-15-2019, 03:57 AM
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I don't see or feel big difference in Streamline Electron and MVP Electron. Except I initially though they beat faster as you don't see the scuffs on black gyro rim soas easily.

Pilot in Electron has a puddle top and is -1 1, but in Neutron they are board flat and 0 2. Electron turns gently and is great for hyzerflips whereas I can't get Neutron to turn to right at all.

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Old 07-15-2019, 11:46 AM
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Old 07-15-2019, 12:50 PM
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I don't see or feel big difference in Streamline Electron and MVP Electron. Except I initially though they beat faster as you don't see the scuffs on black gyro rim soas easily.

Pilot in Electron has a puddle top and is -1 1, but in Neutron they are board flat and 0 2. Electron turns gently and is great for hyzerflips whereas I can't get Neutron to turn to right at all.
The Firm Electron Pilots are closer to Neutron compared to regular and soft Electron. I use the Firm Electron for all my straight up shots and off the tee drives that I need to go straight with no HSS or LSS. Can't wait until it gets released as a stock item.

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Old 07-15-2019, 02:20 PM
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The Firm Electron Pilots are closer to Neutron compared to regular and soft Electron. I use the Firm Electron for all my straight up shots and off the tee drives that I need to go straight with no HSS or LSS. Can't wait until it gets released as a stock item.
Nice, I have only played with Medium, but I'd like to putt with Firm.
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