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Old 12-15-2016, 01:17 AM
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The new blends I've tried all squeak when I rub my thumb on them. Fossil seems to be the exception. There's something about them that just doesn't feel right. They're molding up really nice too. Glad people like them.
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Old 12-15-2016, 11:17 AM
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You should feel the new $$$ Glows. They are firm and tacky/grippy.
Are these available?
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Old 12-15-2016, 01:42 PM
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Yes about 50 left in max weight. PM if interested
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Old 12-17-2016, 01:20 AM
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are these PWPs?
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I have quite a few wizards mostly for putting some for driving but usually drive with a Rhyno. I have two questions 1 what plastics would be best for driving with a scale I usually drive with champion rhyno. 2 one of my old wizards has a much higher shoulder and the plastics is rock hard stamped soft wizard the blend reminds me of old KC. Pro hard and tacky but the weird part is on the back hand written under the weight is soar wiz? None of my 14 other wizards have this marking and certainly don't glide like this one. I hope one of you wizard loves have the answer thanks.
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Old 01-11-2017, 08:32 AM
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I have quite a few wizards mostly for putting some for driving but usually drive with a Rhyno. I have two questions 1 what plastics would be best for driving with a scale I usually drive with champion rhyno. 2 one of my old wizards has a much higher shoulder and the plastics is rock hard stamped soft wizard the blend reminds me of old KC. Pro hard and tacky but the weird part is on the back hand written under the weight is soar wiz? None of my 14 other wizards have this marking and certainly don't glide like this one. I hope one of you wizard loves have the answer thanks.
We don't have (many) premium Scales in existence. I'd check out Fossil as it's a tough, baseline blend that will provide great flights for a long time.

As for the Soar Wizard... It's not ringing any bells.
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Old 01-11-2017, 10:05 AM
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Are you sure it isn't "Soft Wiz" just written in a hurry? Care to include pics?
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Old 01-11-2017, 03:04 PM
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We don't have (many) premium Scales in existence. I'd check out Fossil as it's a tough, baseline blend that will provide great flights for a long time.

As for the Soar Wizard... It's not ringing any bells.
Ok thanks I can't wait to try the Scale i like the idea of the groove on the flight plate. And it should pair nicely with the wizard.
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Old 01-11-2017, 03:09 PM
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Ok thanks I can't wait to try the Scale i like the idea of the groove on the flight plate. And it should pair nicely with the wizard.
The only problem with Scales is that after you have a few beat in you don't need Wizards anymore.
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Are you sure it isn't "Soft Wiz" just written in a hurry? Care to include pics?
I definitely am going to try not sure how to get them from my Windows phone to the website. It's definitely looks like soar wiz written under the weight. I figured since that run is puffy with a real high shoulder and extra glide they nickname it and wrote it on the back. One thing for sure it doesn't feel like wizard plastics I can't detect any rubber in it at all crazy stiff plastics.
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