MVP fairway drivers are available in seven molds and five plastics.

MVP discs are distinct from other plastics in the disc golf world and will stand out on the course. Along with the translucent plastic is a unique outer rim plastic, which they call GYRO™ Overmold Technology. GYRO is a stronger, more durable outer plastic that adds a little weight to the outer rim. MVP is a semi new player in the disc golf world, and consider themselves as the Leader in Disc Golf Technology. They also make some rocking disc golf baskets.

Drill into each disc below to see discs in different plastics and stamps available from Amazon. As always check with the individual sellers if you have questions regarding specific discs, as we do not work with these sellers — we just make it easier to see and browse discs. For example, we’ve noticed that sometimes the seller doesn’t include weights on their discs, so you may consider sending them a message before purchasing.

MVP Shock

Shock

Speed: 8
Glide: 5
Turn: 0
Fade: 2.5

MVP Shock

Volt

Speed: 8
Glide: 5
Turn: -0.5
Fade: 2

MVP Amp

Amp

Speed: 8
Glide: 5
Turn: -1.5
Fade: 1

MVP Resistor

Resistor

Speed: 6.5
Glide: 4
Turn: 0
Fade: 3.5

MVP Servo

Servo

Speed: 6.5
Glide: 5
Turn: -1
Fade: 2

MVP Switch

Switch

Speed: 6.5
Glide: 5
Turn: -1.5
Fade: 1

MVP Relay

Relay

Speed: 6
Glide: 5
Turn: -2
Fade: 1

MVP Signal

Signal

Speed: 6
Glide: 5
Turn: -3
Fade: 1


About Disc Flight Ratings

Not all disc manufacturers use a standard for the flight ratings. This makes it hard to compare apples to apples. There's no perfect science here. Though some are working on a standard. I've taken Innova and DGA flight numbers right from their respective websites. For Discraft and MVP, I made created a hybrid between from several resources.

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