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Old 07-14-2020, 01:25 AM
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This came in the mail today thanks to geo_08. I missed seeing that there were only 65 made as I was planning on throwing it. Luckily it is more flexible than I like, mayne I can keep it in is wrapper.

It sure is pretty.
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Old 07-14-2020, 04:27 PM
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...I missed seeing that there were only 65 made as I was planning on throwing it....
they fly beautifully. I ended up with 8. If you want to throw one, I know where you can get more
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Old 07-15-2020, 10:02 AM
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I, too, got hooked up by geo. I thanked him enough myself but you all should hear it as well.

Regarding wolfmans flexibility comment, imagine one of the stiffer Gstar discs you've felt. Rim is somewhat rigid while the flight plate is more malleable (we got twins).


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Old 07-15-2020, 10:36 AM
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This came in the mail today thanks to geo_08. I missed seeing that there were only 65 made as I was planning on throwing it. Luckily it is more flexible than I like, mayne I can keep it in is wrapper.

It sure is pretty.
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I, too, got hooked up by geo. I thanked him enough myself but you all should hear it as well.

Regarding wolfmans flexibility comment, imagine one of the stiffer Gstar discs you've felt. Rim is somewhat rigid while the flight plate is more malleable (we got twins).


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Glad it worked out for both of you. I rather enjoy the flex of the splatter JLSs, to the point where I may even prefer them to my beloved 2014 am worlds SJLS

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Old 07-15-2020, 04:31 PM
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Geo_08 has me covered... but thanks...

This is not a disc I bag but I am super excited to let this guy fly.

I am curious to see how it stacks up next to my Crave
SJLS's are excellent, one of my favorite fairways without an overmold.

Compared to Neutron Craves I'd expect a hair less HSS and glide, but otherwise very, very similar. If you know how to throw either mold you should be able to transition between them easily.

If I still bagged them I'd have snagged a few of these limited runs, that's an awesome stamp and the flexibility sounds perfect.

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Testing my Marmoset 175 splatter Sirius JLS today.

104+ heat index... she hot; <10mph winds (even less in the trees)

My first throw, with all its flashing, was like my well seasoned to stable straight 11x champ Teebird but after several good tree hits some 40 throws later the JLS's straight flight and low fade places it two spots down between my seasoned to straight into a low to moderate headwind Pinnacle Rival and my workhorse very well seasoned, not for headwinds, 2011 glow eagle-x. I already carry a 6/10 QJ for hyzer flips, turnovers, panning hyzers, and touch anny sidearm approaches.

As others have said, Innova dumped some Gstar plastic into this run. It does get hot when cooking in the sun but I never felt like it was deforming in my hand during the pull. I'm covered with sweat as it melts into my palm, but I'm getting a good grip and clean hits. She has a moderate dome but I hoping that translates to more stability and glide over time. Not my favorite thing but the stamp is awesome.

My favorite throws where 350-370' low line power flip up to flat holding a laser line for 90% of the flight before less than 10' fade on a full rip. At 275-325' with a few degrees of anny and lots of snap, I was getting low lines with no fade to the ground. I tried one distance line sky anny with the perfect cross tailwind that held the turn angle to the ground around 400'.

Maybe in a few years this disc will beat into a turnover slot where my beat silly QJs struggle because they lose too much LSS to keep the flippy HSS from being a squirrely turn and burn cutroller.

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