JHern wrote:Thrown flat, the...
...domey ESP Cyclone is like a long Comet: extremely sensitive to OAT, easy to flip over, sensitive to wind, and little/no fade. Handles a clean spin-dominant throw really well, and tends to run off on a straight line (so be sure to throw it at the target!).
...flat ESP Cyclone is like a long Gazelle: holds a stable line on a hyzer flip, bleeds off OAT quickly, very good in the wind, and has a strong fade. You can crank on this thing, put it out on high flex lines, and you can count on a predictable fade.
Ryan C wrote:I am highly skeptical of all these "flippy" ESP cyclones. I've thrown like 8 different ones, and while that isn't a huge number, none of them have been remotely like longer comets.
BrotherDave wrote:This might be a really dumb idea but what about a really beat Whippet or Banshee?
Thatdirtykid wrote:I don't feel the need for a overstable compliment to my cyclones. They are surprisingly stable. I am also lucky enough to have preds beat in enough that they fill that gap without being slower.
booter wrote:yea I do that sometimes but sometimes I'd rather throw the clone
Booter wrote:so I love my esp cyclones. Straight as an arrow but can't handle winds for sh1t. The z's are of no interest because they fly like bricks,no glide. I have been looking for something more stable to compliment it.
I've been considering
champ eagle x's
anybody have any success throwing glow gazelles into moderate winds? Hows the longevity of the stability of the glow gaz?
any other suggestions for a slow overstable/stable compliment?
masterbeato wrote:...900 feet, everybody is happy.
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