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The Z nuke had to be "retooled" to work witht eh Z plastic.  the only change is that instead of being 21.2 cm in diameter, it is now 21.1 cm in diameter.  The rim and everything else is the same.

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Hmmmm...I was never a ESP fan until I bought the Nuke. I really can't imagine throwing it in Z plastic. Also after trying the Lemon Lakes Z Nuke +, can't say as I want to either. Wow, you can teach an old dog new trick!
I am sure it will be nothig like the Nuke + disc. That Lemon Lakes disc is crazy overstable isn't it....I threw it twice and put it up...hanging now. This run should be a lot like the ESP version just a little more overstable. Which is what I was hoping for...can't wait for these. Already taken one Nuke out of the bag. It was too beat after 2 months...my other is holding up better...but it's on it's last leg now too. I want the plastic to last. I am hoping that is what we get with these.
I have heard they are very overstable. The lemon lake Z nuke plus is not crazy overstable, it's like a crush or a champ destroyer. That is useful. Also it gets a lot more distance on hyzer than any disc I have thrown.
I'm kind of hoping for them to be more over stable. I went from throwing 167s great to flipping the crap out of them. Now I have to throw a 174 and use the 167s for rollers or spike hyzers. Maybe I can go back to throwing the lighter Nukes in Z plastic. We'll see.
well we got 2 that fly differently...Mine is like an extra or an Xtreme. It's crazy.
I put mine up too....way too overstable. What I really want is an ESP Nuke that can survive more than a month or two, but I'm sure that one of the Z Nukes will find a way in when they're easily snagged.
Yeah, when I first got mine it flew similar to a Destroyer and then became really flippy after a short time. I don't really have anymore space in my bag at this point as I've slimmed down the amount of molds I carry. Chances are that I won't throw this disc unless one of my buddies gets one. I'm trying to curb my plastic addiction and not buy stuff for awhile until i need replacements for the ones that I have.
Just bought two first run z nukes. Disc golf station has them for $16.

Probably an Innova guy
I just threw my first run Z nuke, 172 Bright pink, nice dome, not real flat. Flippy. Heard they were mega over stable but these are GREAT power anny or hyzer flip straight discs. It's like a surge SS on roids!
Well, I just ordered one. So I hope mine is "flippy" too :)

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