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My Fuse and Vision (both GL) started out as discs that predictably turned to the right. Now I have to hyzer them no matter what and the angle of hyzer depends on how much i want it to turn. forget about hyzer flips that end with a nice fade - they just turn no matter what. A flat release dives.
I know Latitude 64's plastic is some of the nicest and most durable on the market, but how's the stability doing on your Gold Line models? How about Opto?
I've been throwing an Opto Core since 2008 and that thing still flies about the same as it did new and it sees more action than any other midrange i throw. Just starting throwing a Goldline one about a year ago and it is holding up well also.
The Fuse and the Vision are both suppose to turn over. If you don't want something that turns may want to try something different. I tried a Vision out and that was the flippiest disc I have thrown. Turned into a roller when thrown flat.
Try a Flow. It bombs!
This is most likely the case. The Fuse and Vision are just a little too understable for how hard I am throwing them. They both have their uses, but I think I'd be better off getting another sidewinder (lost mine a couple months ago and bought the Vision in replacement).
Thanks for your input on the Vision. Glad I'm not the only one finding this disc to be extremely flippy - so much so that I don't think it's gliding the way it should.
i actually enjoy the convex wing of their modern drivers. the fuse has this also and some others. i also got the teebird + mold and it produces a smoother release for me.
i hear so many different reviews on the striker that i'm not sure what to think. some say it's like a teebird, maybe a bit faster, and from what i've seen, it's more of an actual driver with more turn. you say it's faster than your main driver, so where does it fall in?
anyone that wants to share how their striker gets used, feel free to chime in!