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Old 12-08-2018, 12:56 AM
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Crap timed out.. Damn dial up... NR

Broken in ESP first run Force at sea level 12 5 -.5 1.5 is what I meant... and the stability is only that high because it dumps fast not deep.

If you have never thrown your Force long enough to get it there you totally won't understand. I got a 166 ish and 172 Z Force as well and they're both a unthrowable pig for me... other first run ESP I have still need six months or for me to lend em to Kyle... traded him for an Avenger SS for a while liked it but not enough to give up on the Force cuz I liked the rim etc.. When I got it back after two or three punishing months it was amazing totally different disc.
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Old 12-08-2018, 01:09 AM
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All I can keep saying is it has to break in... a broken in esp force is freaking magical and more like 12 5 .5 1.5. It can be thrown like a lazer to a late fade, handles anhyzer way better than a Nuke and can be banked on a big S shot..

Out of the box 12 4 0 4..
The one I threw today was definitely on the new side. I've never thrown a Force enough to break it in or see any real changes in flight.

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Old 12-08-2018, 07:10 PM
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I cycle Forces like some guys cycle Rocs. It can take a year to notice any change in the flight, and 3 years to approach flippy. But, if you're patient, they can be absolute magic. The new ESPs are plenty OS, but have more glide than most Zs. The Big Zs are really nice. Like a year old Z, off the shelf.

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Was anyone brave enough to order a new 2019 ledgestone Glo Z force? Interested to hear how stable they are.
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Old 01-15-2019, 02:20 PM
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I'm just out here looking for a 165-170 ESP force but no one has any ESP forces in stock let alone at a lighter weight.
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Old 01-15-2019, 04:20 PM
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I'm just out here looking for a 165-170 ESP force but no one has any ESP forces in stock let alone at a lighter weight.
Im pretty sure amazon still has some older circle stamped regular ESP forces.

I got my 170g one off of there and it flies way better than Zs.
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