dgdave wrote:Even after ZJ's review, still not jonesing to toss one
Roottori wrote:How would Volt work as distance driver for 350' thrower?
discspeed wrote:. . . It has the range of like a Valk, but yet can be powered down VERY easily to fly at fairway distances.
Mark Ellis wrote:Most sins can be erased with a blunt edged disc.
discspeed wrote:It will be a nice long stable driver...I recommend the ones around 170g as that is my favorite one to use at shorter distances/responds better to less snap.
Rogue9 wrote:seems like a more gyroscopic light weight disc would help that disc behave more like a "normal" weight disc, no? I have a 171 P Axis and love it. But then, I only have 300ft of power too.
Thanks. In addition, if you don't mind, I'd like to know whether the Volt overlaps with my Eagle X's or not? If Volts are something like speed 8,5, it would be only 1,5 steps up in speed... But do they offer more enough distance compared to Eagle's to justify having both of them in the bag?
discspeed wrote:I told MVP this summer on my visit that imo after getting the Volt out producing lighter weights is the most important thing they could do....I know it will make a HUGE difference. I grabbed the lightest N Axis and N Vectors I could get at the store (173-174 Vectors and 175-176 Axis) and even though they are only a couple grams less than what I was throwing I notice the difference at the end of the flight. My lightest Volt is a great disc as well, exhibiting a lot of HSS and minimal LSS compared to my others. It is also the best powered down.
So yeah, lighter MVP discs will make it easier for more players to benefit from the weight distribution.
This disc is unbelievably awesome. My friend is now wondering how to get one in his bag before his next tournament (I told him I'd sell him my seed before he got one of my Volts away from me)...Everything we tried with the disc worked. It's the most controllable and versatile driver I've ever thrown.
Exactly.Jeronimo wrote:Never heard you say that about an MVP disc release beforediscspeed wrote:This disc is unbelievably awesome. My friend is now wondering how to get one in his bag before his next tournament (I told him I'd sell him my seed before he got one of my Volts away from me)...Everything we tried with the disc worked. It's the most controllable and versatile driver I've ever thrown.
I can, it was the last time MVP released a new disc/plastic. Before that it was the previous time they released a new disc/plastic. =)discspeed wrote:I've never had a disc anything like this and I don't remember the last time I was this excited about throwing.
Anode|ION|JOKERi|MD2|FD|TD|PD|LEGENDaParks wrote:If the posts on this forum are any indication, the PD is like a Teebird with sunshine coming out of its butthole so hard that it flies faster.
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