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Old 07-28-2012, 02:31 PM
Rhynos4life Rhynos4life is offline
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Do different plastics make a big difference on the flight patterns?
Sorry for the newbie questions... I haven't had any real in person help. :/ just lots of rounds figuring it out as best I can on my own.
Going from more over stable to stable it goes as such: Champion>Star>Pro>DX>R-Pro

So a champ teebird will definitely be more over stable and have a harder fade than your DX. This is why most of us carry multiple discs of the same mold but in different plastics because the flight characteristics will vary somewhat.
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Old 07-30-2012, 12:34 AM
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The thing is that thers not that many discs that truely fly straight out of the box.
You can get a moderatly stable driver and beat the fade out, you can h flip flippy plastic, or you can learn to snap somethin on a stiff line.
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