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I'm talking about those E Scouts having a bit of a dome on them. Has got them described as slightly overstable Z Buzzz, correct? My current mid of choise is a Z buzzz, but as I've tried about 10-15 other Buzzzes, new heavy ones, glo or non glo, I've realized my Buzzz is a bit of a freak, much more stable than ordinary Buzzzes. I throw my mutant Buzzz about 315ft, it pretty much flies dead straight with a tad of fade at the end, and this thing is pretty broken in. The stability of the C-MD2 seems to be pretty nice as well, but dislike the grip. Is the Scout possibly what I'm searching for?
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i would say the e scout is about the same as the z buzz.
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I have just one E Scout and when new it's slightly more gliding and very close maybe a hair more LSS than a Z Buzzz. In the winds the Buzzz is much less effected. Glo Z Buzzz is even more wind tolerant but fades more than the Z Buzzz and the E Scout.
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