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Old 08-04-2018, 11:19 AM
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Thinking of trying out an Aurora MS. Quantum vs. Sirius? Rancho vs. San Marino?
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Old 08-04-2018, 12:23 PM
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I have been bagging a QMS for a couple of years now, but have not cycled through. I was looking for a buzz replacement, and initially found it, but over the course of the years, it has become my understable workhorse mid. I have two replacements for them, and after putting a huge gash in it the other day, it is time to start cycling. The nose does not seem blunt, w/a minimal dome, but (in my case) it has broken in to a great woods/tunnel shot disc. Here in KC, w/wind blowing seven different ways on a hole, it is not so great for open fairways (unless I need and anny flip). Cheers if you buy one. It's definitely a disc that has a small following.

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Old 08-04-2018, 04:04 PM
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I saw a Sirius MS on Facebook today, and I'm thinking I want to grab it, even if it doesn't make the bag, it would still be cool to have something dead straight (my Rocs have to much fade or not enough HSS) that is longer than my Nova.

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Old 08-07-2018, 03:02 PM
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The Aurora MS is a great disc. I've never, ever bagged it. The Roc/Comet slot is a tough slot to be in.

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Old 08-07-2018, 05:05 PM
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Try an Infinite Discs Chariot, it the same as the 1.8 QMS. Starts out stable for a QMS but is in nice plastic and nice and flat.

All the Sirius MS's I've seen are domey and thats a turn off for me.

If you don't care if it is a touch more stable the newer runs of Quantum are nice and flat and still fly really nice.

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Old 08-08-2018, 12:56 AM
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Try an Infinite Discs Chariot, it the same as the 1.8 QMS. Starts out stable for a QMS but is in nice plastic and nice and flat.

All the Sirius MS's I've seen are domey and thats a turn off for me.

If you don't care if it is a touch more stable the newer runs of Quantum are nice and flat and still fly really nice.

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To add, the 1.3 Sirius MS is flat and is a hyzer flip mid out of the box

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Old 08-08-2018, 10:41 PM
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Thinking of trying out an Aurora MS. Quantum vs. Sirius? Rancho vs. San Marino?
I haven't thrown a Sirius MS but have several in the baseline Aurora MS plastic. The baseline is a great disc and gives the point and shoot, stable straight in one season thats taken years to beat my QMS into. I prefer the MS in the Quantum plastic, but I play in the woods and QMS is a durable workhorse. The one I bag has been there for seven years. QMS are just so dependable and as they season just keep getting straighter or with the correct degree of hyzer, hold a sweeping hyzer or pan an anny to the ground. Basically, it does what you tell it to but you have to put it on the correct angle


I also like that my Q's don't have a bead so the feel isn't all that different from my Buzzzes. Some here have suggested their preference of Roc/Comet but they must like the bead.<sorry for the heart just never seen it or used it until now
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I saw a Sirius MS on Facebook today, and I'm thinking I want to grab it, even if it doesn't make the bag, it would still be cool to have something dead straight (my Rocs have to much fade or not enough HSS) that is longer than my Nova.
Even with a couple of flat top Rocs in my bag, a fresh AMS is a staple for me. Its impressive to see the difference, the AMS' HSS and straight finish is very useful. The Aurora also requires less power for straightness.
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