MVP Resistor
MVP Resistor

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Resistor Specs
Speed Glide Turn Fade
6.5 4 0 3.5
Stability: Overstable
Weights: 150g-175g
Rim Width: 16.5mm

MVP's Description:

The Resistor is part of a new slower family of fairway drivers with a more controllable speed. The combination of its flat overstable profile and GYRO™ technology allows it to resist turn and experience a strong reliable fade. The Resistor excels at pin-point fairway throws.

To see the differences in each plastic please visit our Plastic Types page!

MVP's Overmold Technology:

The Overmold technology adds weight to the outside of the rim to increase rotational inertia. For more information please visit MVP's website.

Customer Reviews

Based on 10 reviews
Great Overstable Fairway Driver

I love this disc for big backhand hyzer shots or straight to fade power forehands. I live at 10,000' elevation where discs fly way more overstable than at sea level. Even up here, this disc isn't too much of a meat hook. The high glide helps keep it pretty straight for about 50-60% of it's flight with a nice, steady fade at the end. It also keeps pushing forward instead of dumping out. As a forehand disc, it flies straight for 60-70% of the flight before fading out with great forward push. It's a great headwind disc for long upshots. Highly recommend this disc to players in the intermediate to advanced level. For slower arms or beginners, it's probably a touch too overstable.


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MVP - Resistor (Forehand or Backhand) Mid-range

I haven't been able to play disc golf as much as I would like lately, but I did get to go out and work on my forehand (or absence of), and the MVP Resistor has a Great feel to it! Almost a beaded edge? It sits really well on my index finger knuckle and crease of my thumb. Everyone's hands are different, but this is definitely worth a try!


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