AO wrote:freburg36625 wrote:thats because you haven't thrown the pro boss.......boooomAO wrote:I get mine today....gonna try and test them out too. I will do a write up on the Nuke later. Hopefully it is has a good flight. If it is anything like the Boss I will be disappointed.
I haven't thrown a firebird, eagle, leopard, destroyer, roc, or teebirds either
AO wrote:ISounds like the Nuke Plus is making its debut at the Memorial now. I've been hearing it will have a +1.9 stability rating. The Nuke has +1.6.
Makes sense to me. I've been telling Chase that I think it flies like a SUPER FAST Teebird. That being said the Teebirds ratings areSpikeHyzer wrote:I had a chance to throw a couple of different FR ESP Nuke's today. First thing I have to say is damn this thing is fast and has all sorts of glide to it. The disc has similar stability to a flat top Star Destroyer for the most part. Wide sweeping hyzers are pretty easy with this thing. Looking to get one broken in a bit more to see how it will fly then. This disc might be the fastest thing on the market right now. About the only disc that might compare, is the GDS Ninja when it comes out in a week or two. The new pro boss I took out for comparison had good speed and glide too...but all it took was one pole hit and the disc is all squirrelly now. I could see the Nuke being a good disc for players in the 350-400 power range. I think, on average I was a good 20-30 ft. further on my drives. If I were to give it an Innova rating, I would guess:
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