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Old 01-11-2020, 05:47 PM
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Funny I see this pop up as I was just thinking of pairing Enforcers with my Wraiths.
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Old 01-11-2020, 07:37 PM
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Funny I see this pop up as I was just thinking of pairing Enforcers with my Wraiths.
Based on what I saw today I probably wouldn't bag both. They fly too similarly .
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Old 01-11-2020, 08:39 PM
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As someone who maxes out at around 400', the enforcer is super beefy, and the bio plastic beats in to pretty straight, but still reliable in a headwind. I will say that after like 2 years of casual use here and there, it's still a little beefier than a destroyer for me, but its also fairly pop topped
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Old 01-11-2020, 11:10 PM
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A think a lucid raider is a good step up from the trespass unless you need something for some heavy winds
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Old 01-11-2020, 11:30 PM
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A think a lucid raider is a good step up from the trespass unless you need something for some heavy winds
I'd choose the Raider over the Enforcer. Its a speed faster and quite a bit longer.

The Enforcer seemed to work well for controlled distance. I was really liking how accurate it was. I was ripping hard on it without worrying about erratic flights.
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Old 01-11-2020, 11:40 PM
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I used to throw Fluid Enforcers when they existed and I think for them 12/4/0/3 is accurate. It’s actually still the farthest disc that wasn’t with a 150g wind aided t toe I’ve ever thrown. Over 500 several time flat ground, and the feel was great. I throw Warhorses now which are slightly more Os maybe a bit less glide, but the added predictability is worth it.
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Old 01-12-2020, 12:12 AM
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As someone who maxes out at around 400', the enforcer is super beefy, and the bio plastic beats in to pretty straight, but still reliable in a headwind. I will say that after like 2 years of casual use here and there, it's still a little beefier than a destroyer for me, but its also fairly pop topped
You are right within my distance range and I used Bio Enforcers for about six months. I converted over to Westside Worlds once I realized the flight ratings marked on the disc were wrong. They were just a touch less stable than Enforcers, which gave me about 5-10 more feet of distance.

For better or worse, the Tournament Worlds I used eventually beat in where they actually became too flippy to throw flat anymore. I still keep my favorite one for tailwind because it still has the best distance potential, having topped out at 450 feet for me when I average 390-410 flat ground, but I am working in Fuzion Defenders in hopes that they will be seasoned in where new Tournament Worlds are.
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Old 01-12-2020, 07:21 PM
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I’d disagree with the “deeper” than a destroyer sentiment. Very similar rim to the trespass, which is shallower than the destroyer, and more comfortable, IMO. Bio enforcers still start out beefy. I get normal Trespasses out to 400, max. Between the two I bag Lucid X Tredpass, which is super comfy FH with the shallow and flat feel.

I do agree they are maybe a little slower than the destroyer, but likely not noticeable.

I really do feel the Enforcer (fresh Bio or premium) would make a good OS compliment to the Wraith. My two cents.
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Old 01-12-2020, 08:00 PM
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I used to throw Fluid Enforcers when they existed and I think for them 12/4/0/3 is accurate. It’s actually still the farthest disc that wasn’t with a 150g wind aided t toe I’ve ever thrown. Over 500 several time flat ground, and the feel was great. I throw Warhorses now which are slightly more Os maybe a bit less glide, but the added predictability is worth it.
I see that they have fluid Enforcers on the new releases page on DD's site.

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