Since converting to mold minimalism (Magnet, Comet, Cyclone, Wildcat) I have bought multiple weights, plastics and dome/plh configurations to attain various stability. This way I only have to know and feel 4 rims, all of them feeling very similar. It is working great! Anyway, I ordered a 144 Cyclone from discgolfstore.com to get a super flippy fairway as well as a low power woods fairway. The 144 clone has a different rim than my 168 (both in x) clone. The ramp up to the bead is much more steep. The nose is the same so it's not the crappy mold some esp is in. Anyone seen this before? Is it to make it not so flippy because of the weight? If that's so it could be good and bad. Good because it could be a low power driver acting like my 168, but bad because it may not flip like I want....Hope to throw it tomorrow and see.
168 Clone on left, 144 Clone on right