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Old 03-06-2017, 11:30 AM
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So lately l have been thinking about SLOWLY switching from Innova to MVP discs(mostly when i lose a disc replace it with an MVP mold). Mostly because i like how MVP feels in my hand. So I was wondering what molds would be similar to certain innova discs. I have Wraiths, Valkyries, Teebirds, Leopards(never throw these), makos, sharks, and aviars. Also what are each of MVP's plastics like? Any help would be great!
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Old 03-06-2017, 12:39 PM
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Photon/defy/wave = wraith (OS to stable molded up versions)

Inertia = valk
Crave = TB
Relay = Leo (but feels better in hand)
(servo = eagle / volt = PD .. 2 solid molds)
Tangent = mako (or alias maybe?)
Matrix = shark
Anode = Aviar

MVP explains the plastics pretty well on their website. In general there isnt a large stability gap with their blends compared to champ vs star vs baseline etc.

Pretty much safe to pick whatever plastic you like look wise and if you can feel some even better.
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Old 03-06-2017, 12:54 PM
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Honestly, the Envy is also pretty Shark-like too; I quit throwing Envies because they overlapped with my Roc3s, so I'm fairly confident they'd toytally take over a Shark's slot
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Yeah good point. atom/proxy for mako works too really.
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I second the Photon=Wraith notion, though it is more comparable to a beefy Wraith. Photons are my main DDs and they are quite workable.
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better question... what would you consider to be the best beginner distance driver offered by MVP/axiom? I'm set on my mold type numbers for putt,mid,and fairway driver
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^ I'm curious which discs you choose, as I switched from an all Innova bag to an all MVP/Axiom bag a couple of months ago. I found it too difficult to throw a mixed bag.
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better question... what would you consider to be the best beginner distance driver offered by MVP/axiom? I'm set on my mold type numbers for putt,mid,and fairway driver
Max D?

Hyzer flip style or OAT master?
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better question... what would you consider to be the best beginner distance driver offered by MVP/axiom? I'm set on my mold type numbers for putt,mid,and fairway driver
A lighter weight Insanity is a great distance driver for lower speed (noodle) arms. It's understable, but not as sensitive as the Orbital. I'd go with either the Plasma or Neutron for the extra glide.
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Max D?

Hyzer flip style or OAT master?
I'm looking for a distance driver I can pump out to 350-400 and control it.
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