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Old 10-13-2020, 10:43 PM
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I think I have to go and shoot a vid how domy Wave flies and glides. Sure, it is understable and turns for days, but that's exactly what I use it for. For turnovers >360ft.
The last Wave I threw I actually really liked. Proton plastic, unkown weight. Lots of turn, but it'd actually hook up nicely at the end of flight. I was popping it over 450' regularly.

My main dis on the Wave is that it never fades back late in flight. Most of the ones I throw will turn all the way over without even trying to come back.

That said, I think the target audience for the Wave are guys who throw 350'ish. Any further than that the disc starts getting finicky.
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Old 10-14-2020, 12:03 AM
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The last Wave I threw I actually really liked. Proton plastic, unkown weight. Lots of turn, but it'd actually hook up nicely at the end of flight. I was popping it over 450' regularly.



My main dis on the Wave is that it never fades back late in flight. Most of the ones I throw will turn all the way over without even trying to come back.



That said, I think the target audience for the Wave are guys who throw 350'ish. Any further than that the disc starts getting finicky.
That's why I love it! Hopefully I hate it by next summer.

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Old 10-14-2020, 11:49 AM
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That said, I think the target audience for the Wave are guys who throw 350'ish. Any further than that the disc starts getting finicky.
Exactly. And it is a great driver for guys like me who are in that 350' range. If MVP had ever made a true gap filler between Photons and Waves, I would almost assuredly still be throwing gyro drivers.

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Old 10-14-2020, 11:59 AM
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Yeah it is a weird gap there. I don't really notice it but my arms kinda soft and I'm rarely subjected to much wind. I can use a fission photon (145g) or my fission Teslas (155/164) or my neutron Wave. I also think that's what they're doing with cosmic neutron

As always I'm excited for them to send out all these new releases they have hinted at. I think they've got some bombers in the wings ready to go! They're hitting more gyro glide than ever with the Ohm and I hear the Reactor. Finely tuned plastic!
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Old 10-14-2020, 01:36 PM
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Exactly. And it is a great driver for guys like me who are in that 350' range. If MVP had ever made a true gap filler between Photons and Waves, I would almost assuredly still be throwing gyro drivers.
That gap is really strange, especially since they could have used Axiom to fill it.

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Old 10-14-2020, 06:08 PM
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I'm hoping my Plaz Trace beats in to fill that gap.

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Old 10-15-2020, 12:23 AM
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They shipped super quick. The PLH on the CN is a tick higher than the Plaz. Both are light-years higher than my domey Proton.

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Old 10-15-2020, 12:24 AM
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Some fieldwork will tell me if they are the gap between my Fizzy Photon and the P Wave.

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Old 10-19-2020, 01:25 PM
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Here's how my Waves fly for me.

Proton: drift right fade back just fight of center

Cosmic Plasma: drift farther right fade back a bit more right of center than the Proton

Cosmic Neutron: drift right fade back just left of center

I'm not sure of the "cosmic" Plasma is any different the the plain Plasma, but they look sexy!

I threw them relative low, a bit more height and the would have faded more left.

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