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Default Vector plastic stability?

Yes I have already read through every thread that has Neutron in the title so don't say I didn't search!

Which is more overstable for the Vector - Proton, Neutron, or Eclipse?
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Old 12-02-2012, 09:21 AM
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The more domey the more stable. 1st run Vector are quite domey.
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1st run Vector are quite domey.
All the FR Vectors were is the most inconsistent run of Vectors there will ever be. They are super domey to board flat, incredibly overstable to high speed turning...I've even thrown a clear super domey FR that was in newish condition and was flippy...I was playing with the owner and he said his Vector was flippy. I was suspicious and he proved it to me by letting me throw it.
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Old 12-02-2012, 10:10 AM
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So are you saying the plastic type doesn't matter? I can't see them before I buy them so I really would like to know about which plastic type tends to be the most overstable.
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So are you saying the plastic type doesn't matter? I can't see them before I buy them so I really would like to know about which plastic type tends to be the most overstable.
That's exactly what they're saying.
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So are you saying the plastic type doesn't matter? I can't see them before I buy them so I really would like to know about which plastic type tends to be the most overstable.
All of my Proton/Eclipse Vectors are more overstable than all of my Neutrons, and I think that trend holds pretty true (though my Protons aren't flat). If you want overstable make sure you order from some where that can at least avoid giving you a totally flat Vector.
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If you want something overstable, don't get a vector.
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I had like two FR Vector which is quite domey and bit overstable for me. But I don't use them as both are clear Proton (hard to find). I currently have an Eclipse and a Neutron in my bag. I would category them as moderately overstable mid. Agree with most postings that Neutron is a bit faster and hair bit less stable than Eclipse/Protons.

Tmart: if I am in your shoes, I would start off with Neutron Vector like around 172g or so and see how it works for you.
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Old 12-02-2012, 07:18 PM
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thanks guys. I'm definitely looking for a vector and it is definitely an overstable disc. Burdphil your vector is neutral or understable?
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