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Old 04-12-2017, 09:12 PM
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What about a Z Lite Nuke OS? It might not be quite as OS.
I've always wanted one, actually. Last I knew Nuke OS only went down to 165 or something. I don't know about using them as a main driver (I like a really flippy driver in max weight for rollers), but I've been wanting to give my Flicks a good run for their money with one.
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Old 04-12-2017, 09:16 PM
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So right now it seems like the PD2 is the front-runner. I'll be getting a Nitro, but the last time I threw an MVP driver, I found out pretty quick I wasn't near good enough to be throwing it.

The heavy Zero-G Quasar is also piquing my interest. Especially because neither the Nitro or PD2 are 2.5cm rims. But also because it's typical for me to have at least one of each mold I throw in the 145-160 range. Zero-G could be the answer to both problems I've found with the Quasar. It does seem weird, though, that my OS driver would be Zero-G ...
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Old 04-12-2017, 09:43 PM
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I've had multiple Zero-G Scorpiuses. I don't know whether the Quasar is the same, but the stability for the Zero-G Scorpius seems to vary depending on the dome. I've got a domey 160 Zero-G that flies like a fresh Star Scorpius. The flat ones are way less stable though; I use a flat 150 as my distance roller. I'm fortunate enough to have a retailer in town that stocks Millennium (and pretty much everything else), so I can paw through them and feel the dome before buying.
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Old 04-12-2017, 10:40 PM
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I'd have to call the Nuke OS the most overstable thing I've ever thrown. The Quasar had some beef, but the Nuke OS was in a different class of overstable. I'd be lucky to get 270' on a full rip with it.
You have not thrown the flat top Torrent... Total Brick
Nuke OS is bombing monster compared to Flat Torrent.

C-Line PD2's are pretty beefy as well.
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Old 04-12-2017, 10:47 PM
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You have not thrown the flat top Torrent... Total Brick
Nuke OS is bombing monster compared to Flat Torrent.

C-Line PD2's are pretty beefy as well.
I actually have thrown a flat Torrent. It's beefy, but not on par with the Nuke OS. Keep in mind the Nuke OS I threw is also flat as a board.

I really love Torrents with dome, but I found little use for the flat one. Even less use for the Nuke OS. It's too short. I throw the Flick too and can get it out to 350' on a good rip. The Nuke OS won't come close to that.
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