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I lost my perfectly beat in nuke yesterday. I have a tourney Sunday and need to beat the shit out of it. I played two rounds but it just doesn't fly the same. any suggestions?

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could be just a different time it was made, how it was stored? when i buy nukes from play it again, they are more stable than buying from my local guy. leave it on your dash for a couple of days if you live in 100degree weather. it'll get nice and gummy, lose some stability.
Try throwing alot of thumbers and spike hyzers in a field. It will do damage without trashing the disc and warping it.
just tune it...Bend it downward if you want it less stable..and bend it upward if you want it more stable...just don't do it during a PDGA Event because its illegal then. there are some good articles around the web about tuning discs if you look.
a big thing with nukes is the weight....is it the same weight??? also is it the same run??? Both make a huge difference. What I did to get mine beat in was simply hitting against trees on purpose or throwing it into the ground. I walked around for 2 rounds doing this and it was broke in perfectly. Tuning is also an option...but everyone I know that tunes their disc HAS TO tune their disc almost every round. It works though. I would also suggest throwing it on every hole...take an extra drive during those rounds that don't matter.
dont tune it, throw thumbers in a feild. I like to throe thumbers threw a tree hits lots of stuff
Ancient Chinese secret....put the disc in your dryer..VERY LOW or NO HEAT...throw in a towel or two...run for several hours....don't think about electric bills and stuff like that...you have a more important mission here.


Oh, Let us know how it works. ; )
Throw Skip shots on the Street !!! Just Kidding !!! That would Grind it up.
its 3 grams heavier but is 1 gram scale heavier. how do you tell the runs. I threw it at about 4 trees on purpose when going to the next tee on long walks.
as long as you tune it just a little and test it you should be fine..just keep doing it until you get it where you want and if it gets to flippy just tune it back up again..but your right ...it shouldnt be done to much...use moderation lol
what the heck is tuning it and how would one do it?
Microwave it in water for short intervals....
But not too much.
google it and there should be something about it..it involves bending them up or down depending on what you want them to do

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