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Old 08-02-2014, 11:10 AM
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I still think the numbers are important. Yeah, there are problems, but you can at least get a general idea of what the disc will do. Well, except for Westside.
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You want a longer teebird, they already have one. It's called the Starfire <x mold>
One of my newest discs is a Star Starfire (regular, not X) and I am digging it a lot as on overstable driver. Still needs some stability beat out of it but flies nicely with a good fade

Star Star, as I'm calling him. Better than that Champion Firebird I had... that thing was a brick!

edit: Oh yea I guess I wanted to weigh in on flight numbers. They are helpful to find what you're looking for but of course plastic will affect the disc's flight as well. They're a nice sentiment, though.
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Old 08-03-2014, 11:11 PM
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The Star, Champ and DX Starfire are the X mold. The Pro Starfire is the L mold.
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Old 09-07-2014, 10:32 AM
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Flight numbers are a useful tool for me. Granted they are only a guide and each disc is a law onto itself. When picking through a rack I can pick the plastic and dome I like while at least having an idea of it's intended flight.

Nothing worse than going into a shop and seeing a wall of discs, no chart, no catalog and no idea what the disc is beyond it's rim type. I've bought my last mystery disc!

As an example, I recently went into a shop out of town that had a nice selection of MVP and Prodigy, no charts to peruse, no available catalog and no flight numbers. (I did buy a PA3 on a whim though.) It's disappointing to have such a selection and no guide, I'll do some research before I go again though.

As I have gained more experience, I know what I like and with research I have a list of discs I might like to try, but I will no longer buy mystery discs.
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Old 09-07-2014, 11:01 AM
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Increased height=increased drag
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