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Old 04-25-2014, 08:42 AM
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Can someone shed light on this for me?

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....Apparently Latitude pulled an Innova and recently created a "L-mold" of the Trident; I'm looking for the older super overstable meat hook mold.
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Old 04-25-2014, 08:45 AM
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it's taking everything I can not to rip into that guys post in the MP....
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Old 04-25-2014, 09:28 AM
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heh.. I heard lat64 also started making XXX-X's


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Old 04-25-2014, 09:29 AM
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actually wouldn't surprise me. Lat. consistency has gone out the window on some molds.
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Old 04-25-2014, 09:30 AM
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Old 04-25-2014, 09:33 AM
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They basically have striker and vision X's lol.
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Old 04-25-2014, 09:37 AM
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They basically have striker and vision X's lol.
other than strikers and visions, really the only other 2 molds with vast differences in flight between molds were havocs and rivers.

the havoc changes were frustrating, but the River changes, well, i love having a wide range of stabilities with my rivers.

Almost forgot Cores... with that bubble dome.
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Yeah havocs and visions were super annoying to me not to mention the halo and flow here and there but like the core/fuse were more about the dome then actual PLH.

Now we talking about westside and DD too?!

Jrawk- That Bubble dome might have actually been a design thing they did early on: "with a good glide thanks to the 64dome™. "
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other than strikers and visions, really the only other 2 molds with vast differences in flight between molds were havocs and rivers.

the havoc changes were frustrating, but the River changes, well, i love having a wide range of stabilities with my rivers.

Almost forgot Cores... with that bubble dome.
I'm kinda with you on the rivers. I have one under-stable GL that is pure magic, has kicked the Diamond and F7 out. Other than that, though, the rest of mine have behave according to their weight...

My Trident acts like I've always heard Tridents should. Super straight, then BAM, right turn Clyde (LHBH).
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Yeah havocs and visions were super annoying to me not to mention the halo and flow here and there but like the core/fuse were more about the dome then actual PLH.

Now we talking about westside and DD too?!

Jrawk- That Bubble dome might have actually been a design thing they did early on: "with a good glide thanks to the 64dome™. "
Maybe... where'd you pull that from? first i'm hearing "64dome".

IMHO That bubble dome actually cut down glide and added some extra stability to them. it looked pretty weird but worked great.
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