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Old 04-29-2010, 10:24 PM
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day 2 of playing and I'm still loving it. it's not as understable as I first thought, I think that might be attributable to some OAT. It was still flying well today, not flipping though, and maybe fading a bit more than before. it's hard to say, my form was very different today but it still worked damn well. 2 thumbs up for the SS.
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Old 04-29-2010, 10:56 PM
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I haven't thrown the SS but I carry both an elite-X and Z Buzzz. The X is beat in and it holds a great anny line or straight if the wind isn't too much of a factor. The Z is 6g lighter at 166g and not really broken in and will fade a bit. There isn't anything the SS could offer that I don't have with the crossover between the two I have. The Z dropped into the basket on two 90' plus shots this week for bird or "field aces" as one guy called them. I've been using the classic roc(166g) for the same kind of work I'm asking the Buzzz to do lately but the Buzzz holds better in the wind imo.
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