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I threw my 174g on Sunday and it is really overstable. Long but overstable like a Star Destroyer. It will probably be good (for me) when it breaks in a little, but in this nice Z plastic may take a while! Would love it at about 160-165g.Going to keep trying it out. May be a great forehand disc. It could handle the spin. Maybe this will show up someday as regular production and lighter weights. Keep us informed DISCRAFT!!!!!!!!!!

It's great for a little bit more distance than the predator will give you. I still want a regular Nuke in Z.
Hopefully that is in the works...
Any More feedback on the sparkle Z NUKES....anybody??
its more over stable than the esp nuke so when i throw it side are i dont turn it over into the ground like i do with a reg nuke with to much power i love the nuke that disc alone added 100 feet to my drive
Yea...I like the extra stability for the right shot...
Still got a few left...once they are gone....
Discraft has just posted that the regular run on nukes in the Z plastic is in it's last stages...that's right a regular Z Nuke....can't wait.
The Proto Sparkle NUKE Plus is now legal for PDGA play....list may not be updated yet but the disc is legal!!!
...and I found a few 173s...let me know if you want one...z

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