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Old 04-08-2020, 10:24 PM
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Other posters above have given most of the big stories, so I'll just say what's new that I liked: Infinite Discs has a line of molds, made by Innova from various top and bottom pieces, and in some good plastics.

Not exactly new, but I'm liking the recent runs of Zone and Buzzz in the really good Titanium plastic.

This catches my attention. What is the new Ti like? I like my ti flx zones.
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I made a Mistake. It wasn't I did not know, it was I had mixed up two discs.
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Old 04-09-2020, 04:46 AM
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This catches my attention. What is the new Ti like? I like my ti flx zones.
Titanium is Stiff and looks like old pre 2007 Ace Race ESP but different, hard to describe the plastic having felt a modern Titanium Zone in a store almost like talking Big Z and ESP mixed togther. Also FLX is now only for Z plastic.
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This catches my attention. What is the new Ti like? I like my ti flx zones.
I only have one Ti FLX disc, and the FLX plastic is softer than regular Ti. In the new discs I have, the Ti is firm but not too hard ('old' Ti was harder to me), and grippier than Z plastic. Very good stuff.
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Old 04-09-2020, 08:00 PM
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I only have one Ti FLX disc, and the FLX plastic is softer than regular Ti. In the new discs I have, the Ti is firm but not too hard ('old' Ti was harder to me), and grippier than Z plastic. Very good stuff.
I had a bunch of old ace race mantis discs in the earlier TI, and yeah they were quite hard. Glad to hear the new Ti is softer.
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I had a bunch of old ace race mantis discs in the earlier TI, and yeah they were quite hard. Glad to hear the new Ti is softer.
The Crystal Flex is super good too, I got one of the gummy zones and it’s very good.
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The Crystal Flex is super good too, I got one of the gummy zones and it’s very good.
That's what my other two zones are lol.
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That's what my other two zones are lol.
Lol well it is still very good.
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Marmoset put a great stamp on some DX Polecats.

Other than that, it's basically just every major brand has a really complete catalog now. The stuff that I've really enjoyed lately are Lat. 64 Opto-X Fuse, Lat. 64 Ballista Pro and Ballista, Westside Anvil, Westside Ahti, Millennium Draco, MVP Entropy, Discraft Malta (a Nebula with a bead for McBeth), Streamline Flare and Runway, and Axiom Excite.

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And the stamp Marm-O put on those Envy's was awesome. Electron Envy's (DX plastic) are a thing now. Haha. Agree on the Entropy, all MVP's new releases are something to watch. The new tooling and flashing removal is top notch on their discs now..

Is there other manufacturers? Haha.
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