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Postby ApesOfWrath » Thu Aug 03, 2006 9:15 am

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Postby Blake_T » Thu Aug 03, 2006 11:54 am

i've never found the flash to be all that inconsistent from run to run, just a bit squirrely in all runs.

i've never found a flash that was different enough from another flash to where the closest comparison to it was a disc other than... the flash... and i've thrown first runs in all colors, and beyond.

an easy way to know how stable a flash will be is to look at the slope on the rim. the steeper the slope, the more stable it will be.

stabilitywise i've had them that ranged from being sligthly flippier than a pro starfire, to slightly more stable than a champ valk. i still believe the closest comparisons are to an old mold champ beast or an x wildcat.

i think most people's issues with stability have more to do with people's desires to throw brand new plastic. after a month or so the differences will be moot.

i would say the range of differences are no less than a gummy flat top vs. clear domey orc.
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