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Old 02-06-2010, 02:08 PM
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I've been messing around with this disc in the Sirius plastic, so far, so good. Reviews on this are good, too.

I was curious about it in other plastics, especially the "base" plastic (Millenium) Is it less stable out of the box? My thought was it may beat in a bit faster (sorta like the Avenger in X), making it easier to get a turning shot...
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Old 02-06-2010, 03:03 PM
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I have M/Q/S OLF's I like them
I have not had them long enough to give a full and proper feed back but the M does seem less stable and with a bit more glide than my Q.
My S are white and I haven't thrown them yet as it is winter
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Old 02-06-2010, 04:50 PM
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The SOLF will beat in nicely and become a nice long tunnel disc, then understable some. I had one for about at year then it became a nice long gentle turn disc. Not as abrupt as a Sidewinder though it will fade back to stable. Of course, then you'll need another brand new one.

Great disc. Though I can't help with the base plastic though, but if a little understable is what you're looking for, it'll beat in soon enough for you.
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Old 02-06-2010, 08:02 PM
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I was curious about it in other plastics, especially the "base" plastic (Millenium) Is it less stable out of the box? My thought was it may beat in a bit faster (sorta like the Avenger in X), making it easier to get a turning shot...
Millenium's base plastic is the same as Innova's pro plastic. Any correlations you make about Pro, can be said about Millenium's base stuff also.
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Then it will probably do what I want it to. I may get one in the M plastic so it will beat in faster and use the Sirius one I have for more stable drives.
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the SOLF is a great disc. Right out of the box they bomb out. but it beat in really quick. i had 3 of the first runs (Millennium Bar Stamp) and i went threw all 3 in a year. the beat in flight is definitley more HSS understable than a new flight and the LSS doesnt change too much. i found the end glide to be very straight as well. i can put mine out about 390"ish. it can be used for a wide variety of shots from spike hyzers to long anhyzers with slight fade back. it is turning out to also be a great tailwind disc. on windy days it handles very nice (not flippy at all). I may try to see how they work as rollers when the snow melts. Im looking to replace my SOLF with a QOLF (1.2) in the near future gonna try a Z Surge SS first.
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