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Old 07-27-2017, 10:30 PM
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I disagree with the others.
No.. Just don't read very well?
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Old 07-28-2017, 12:11 AM
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No.. Just don't read very well?
Here we go MVP police. You gonna give me a ticket Aim. I can read just fine. Having doubts whether you can. I said others, not you specifically. Relax brah
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Old 07-28-2017, 12:35 AM
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I loved both my fizz volts. So straight and long. Easy cheater discs. Dont let many in on the secret. Great for winter disc too.

I had a 150 proton inertia. It was a touch more US. I dont really compare em side by side because I love my volts so much.
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Old 07-28-2017, 01:12 AM
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You can find proton photons in the 150s class as well. I bagged a 155 for a while until..... too much beer.

Super straight disc.
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Old 07-28-2017, 09:14 AM
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When are we gonna see some 24.5mm discs in fission?
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Old 07-28-2017, 10:55 AM
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When are we gonna see some 24.5mm discs in fission?
Release date is September 4th.
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Old 09-09-2017, 12:51 PM
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I've thrown 175 pfn destroyers since they were released but I've noticed a major drop in distance since last summer to this one. I'm not pulling with enough speed and to overcompensate, I started throwing with more oat - dropping my right shoulder - which of course I started flipping everything in my bag.

I started throwing a 168 pfn I had laying around and it improved a bit (when I didn't oat). I wanted to try something new so I decided I'd give some of these Photons a shot in Fission and Neutron plastic. I picked up a Fission 153, 2 x 165s, and 165 Neutron. I'm getting very similar flights to what I use to get with the pfn star destroyers but I feel like they leave my hand with more speed. Easier to pull. Flight-wise, the Neutron is a little more stable than the fission, but the fission has more glide. I liek the feel of both.

Anyways, I'm very happy with these I'm gonna check out more MVP discs - starting with the Volt and Tesla.
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Old 09-09-2017, 01:50 PM
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I've thrown 175 pfn destroyers since they were released but I've noticed a major drop in distance since last summer to this one. I'm not pulling with enough speed and to overcompensate, I started throwing with more oat - dropping my right shoulder - which of course I started flipping everything in my bag.

I started throwing a 168 pfn I had laying around and it improved a bit (when I didn't oat). I wanted to try something new so I decided I'd give some of these Photons a shot in Fission and Neutron plastic. I picked up a Fission 153, 2 x 165s, and 165 Neutron. I'm getting very similar flights to what I use to get with the pfn star destroyers but I feel like they leave my hand with more speed. Easier to pull. Flight-wise, the Neutron is a little more stable than the fission, but the fission has more glide. I liek the feel of both.

Anyways, I'm very happy with these I'm gonna check out more MVP discs - starting with the Volt and Tesla.
volt is the best!!

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Old 09-09-2017, 10:43 PM
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How does fission Volt compare to Neutron? I have 170N. Slightly less lss?
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If FAF even the 155g fission are OS volts but just have more glide. If you get a 165g fission you should like it a lot with neutron once it seasons a bit 4 sure.

In general with volt/tesla yes the LSS in fission isnt as extreme for sure but they still fly like you would expect from the mold at 165-55g.

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