Originally Posted by Pwingles
Im more addressing his statement that it made it better in the wind because of the gyro, im trying to say that is stupid and makes no sense
Calling me stupid brings to mind your inability to explain in a more civil, educated manner why i am wrong.
I know what a Gyroscope does, it resists change in axis from the initial axis the effect was generated in. That's why when you spin a bike wheel and turn it right side up it resists any change in axis from where you set it.
From this understanding i have, i would say a more gyroscopic disc would more so resist a turn/fade caused by wind than other discs without more weight in the rim.
I'm not saying it would be completely wind resistant, but just a little more because of a larger gyro effect