Woah, a new understable ION? Man, I wish I could find those. =(dgdave wrote:I won a soft eclipse ion at my last event. The core is raise about a 1/16 incorrect slightly more over the overmold. Kinda weird. Its got a lot more turn than any other ion I've thrown minus the 1st production runs. Kinda bummed, bit it'll make a good disc for my son
Leopard wrote:Ha, Nano's not an April Fools' joke. I believe the news they've got for the fans is so freaking exciting that any speculation anxiety around the Nano will seem delightfully insignificant. Read this again in a few days, and then again later, and accept my apologies for being a vague little girl about it. Back to work!
Are the new Vectors that neutral or why would you need a more overstable mid?Steve wrote:mvp tensor = overstable mid
jubuttib wrote:Are the new Vectors that neutral or why would you need a more overstable mid?Steve wrote:mvp tensor = overstable mid
Crosseyed0811 wrote:Is it just me or did the profile look like it was in the Zone family? Never thrown a zone so I'm not 100% sure, but that was what I was thinking when I saw it.
Sounds like a slightly straighter flat orange FR Vector. The only Vectors I've put in my bag so far have been the domey FR ones, which were quite severely overstable. I do have a pink N Vector though and I'm eager to get to give it a go. =)discspeed wrote:I'm really preferring the N Vectors over the Protons, and they are certainly more neutral. Either way, if you throw most Vectors flat and as hard as they want to be thrown they fly straight with a late fade.
Stringbean wrote:I picked up a black 168g Eclipse Volt and a red 172 Eclipse Tangent. The Volt was extremely understable... DX Leopard type of stability. The Tangent is nice, didn't get to throw it much but seemed similar to my QMS, possibly a bit more understable.
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