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Old 02-11-2013, 06:01 PM
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Taking out: should probably be a lot but I.just can't force myself to. Innova has slowly been eliminated. Roadrunners are the.only ones left besides a beat champ boss. Those are getting dropped for A 174G Avenger ss. That disc does almost everything for me. I need to drop some drivers and get a 170g lace. My 166 is Flippy and my 175 is close my forces. For the guy who asked about Them they're are very close to nukes but sooooooo much nicer.
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Old 02-11-2013, 07:19 PM
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Originally Posted by laramiecarlson View Post
How do the Fuse/Core/Pain hold up against the Comet/Buzzz/Hornet combo?
Originally Posted by KenTyburski View Post
The Pain in my experience is a little unpredictable, and not as patently overstable as a Hornet. I have all GL mids, though, so an Opto Pain may be very similar.
Just FYI, I have Pains in both plastics at ~173, and I find them to be quite similar. The Opto is definitely not noticeably more OS than the GL.

Haven't thrown Hornets, so I can't comment there, but the Pain could definitely be a tick more OS for that slot if you're not throwing anything more OS. Good disc, though.
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