JR wrote:The trouble with ordering online is that i can't pick the flattest i can find. Based on the description of discspeed flat high shoulder ones are the ones for my preferences. So far his experiences have been so close to mine except he throws harder that i've been able to rely on them for disc selection so i feel confident in wanting to try the flat ones first.
Someone shared with me a trick that works like a charm.
Boild 3 cups of water, put your Neutron disc upside down (on a flat level surface) and fill it with the boiling water. DO NOT add weight on top.
THis method seems to resettle the plastic to a normal, more intended flat dome.
I have done this with some of my N-Axis and N-Vectors with GREAT results. Its a subtle change that seems to bring the dome to its intended level being similar to the rest of my discs (Like the red ones that are nice and flat from factory).
I have not found a better method than this to get the results your looking for, and this will not wreck your discs.
I had to do this 2 times with one of my white neutron axis because the dome was insanely poped. The dome still goes up a little on the edges but the top is flat so it doesn't slow down as much. It flies like a seasoned proton i have now.. its awesome.
hope this works for you!
Also, i just got my Neutron Volts Monday. they turn so easy, but ALWAYS fade back and result in some mega distance with low power requirement. i got 170g to 173g range and EVERY discs color/weight has been exactly the same dome and flight for me so that is awesome consistency. Also they will hyzer flip to straight and come back with a good fade that is forward penetrating for great hyzer distance.. i LOVE THEM so far!