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disc advice

Postby lcra0825 » Sun Apr 8, 2012 8:38 pm


I am an average player and usually use the valkrie for driving. I have a pro 167 that I can get to fly pretty straight and a star 167 that fades a little bit but not drastic unless the wind gets ahold of it. Sometimes I want a disc that will fade a little more so I was thinking of getting an overstable disc to do something like the gator does for approach. I wanted something about the same speed so i was looking into the FL (star fire bird except (0,2) instead of (0,4) weight 163. Does this sound like a good idea or are there other suggestions
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Re: disc advice

Postby direwolf9 » Sun Apr 8, 2012 8:40 pm

I'd get something heavier than 163 if you want something to be reliably stable
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Re: disc advice

Postby Brownguy » Mon Apr 9, 2012 6:00 pm

Get a Terrex bout 170. Or if you are into Discraft the Crush If you are at League Tomarrow find me and ill let you throw something to give you an Idea of what you need.
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