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Old 08-02-2016, 08:29 PM
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Thanks for the video. Quick question, how overstable was the energy. Like was it stupid like a nuke os or faf firebird or was it just really overstable like the new destroyers? Would it make it good long hyzer bomb disc for big arms or was it somewhat of a overmeaty brick?
Actually, I was in that video Brian (the guy whose Youtube channel it is) is a good friend of mine and is letting me help him make these testing vids. One of the throws at the end in the open field is the best representation of the disc imo. I put about 450' of power on it, and it went for maybe 200' dead straight with a HUGE dump at the end, which was around 330 max. Surprisingly glidey for the overstability. It also works really well for an overhand disc, if that's in your bag. I would say a slightly broken in NukeOS, but only slightly.
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Old 08-02-2016, 08:53 PM
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It wasn't me, I just found it on youtube.
WHAT! I coulda sworn that was you, lol.
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Old 08-02-2016, 08:57 PM
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Actually, I was in that video Brian (the guy whose Youtube channel it is) is a good friend of mine and is letting me help him make these testing vids. One of the throws at the end in the open field is the best representation of the disc imo. I put about 450' of power on it, and it went for maybe 200' dead straight with a HUGE dump at the end, which was around 330 max. Surprisingly glidey for the overstability. It also works really well for an overhand disc, if that's in your bag. I would say a slightly broken in NukeOS, but only slightly.
Well, whoever it was, I liked it.
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Old 08-02-2016, 09:00 PM
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Actually, I was in that video Brian (the guy whose Youtube channel it is) is a good friend of mine and is letting me help him make these testing vids. One of the throws at the end in the open field is the best representation of the disc imo. I put about 450' of power on it, and it went for maybe 200' dead straight with a HUGE dump at the end, which was around 330 max. Surprisingly glidey for the overstability. It also works really well for an overhand disc, if that's in your bag. I would say a slightly broken in NukeOS, but only slightly.
Ok, thank you!
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Old 08-02-2016, 10:44 PM
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WHAT! I coulda sworn that was you, lol.
I'm not on FB, twitter or Instagram so I didn't bother to ask to be a tester, lol.
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I'm not on FB, twitter or Instagram so I didn't bother to ask to be a tester, lol.
Yeah, you'd get them nowhere, lol.
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Old 08-03-2016, 06:34 AM
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Played recently with someone who said," I really like the gyro" so I replied that it was a cool effect, but which disc do you like? They say," that one, the gyro"

It was a Tangent...
I've seen this with the circuit stamped discs. I'll hear "This circuit disc is great until I lost it" I'll be all like this one...and had them a disc, they will go nooo it was a (driver/mid/Putter). But never the one I handed them. At that point I just shake my head and tell them how to identify a MVP disc mold.
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Where's the electron envy?
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Old 08-07-2016, 01:49 PM
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Where's the electron envy?
Since they need a new mold for it anyway, I wonder if it will come out altered a bit from the N/P versions.
 

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Old 08-07-2016, 02:00 PM
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I wonder if the Atom is so close if they will bother?
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