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Old 01-15-2013, 02:10 PM
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Flight Path Chart...

During the these slow months I've forgotten some of my discs flight paths so I made up a some graphs to log each disc (similar to flight analyzer) but I've added Hyzer, Stable, Anhyzer.

If anyone is interested fire me a PM and I can email over the pdf file.

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Old 01-15-2013, 02:23 PM
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Hyzer is an angle of release, not a flight path, FWIW. I think you want it to say "Overstable" and "Understable".

Either way, this is an interesting way to map your bag. You could use GPS to track the starting and ending points and then ballpark the approximate path.
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Old 01-15-2013, 02:34 PM
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Hyzer is an angle of release, not a flight path, FWIW. I think you want it to say "Overstable" and "Understable".

Either way, this is an interesting way to map your bag. You could use GPS to track the starting and ending points and then ballpark the approximate path.
Yeah I know, I just added that so when I'm doing field practice I can chart what the disc does when I throw a Hyzer, Stable or Anhyzer line.
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Old 01-15-2013, 02:43 PM
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ah, i interpreted more each one was for one throw, not 3 throws charted in each main chart...i get it
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Can you show us an example of how you use it?
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Old 01-15-2013, 02:59 PM
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Can you show us an example of how you use it?
1 - Take your disc to the park
2 - Thrown it on a Hyzer Line and chart the path (just like the Flight Analyzer)
3 - Take same disk and throw it on a Stable line and chart path
4 - Take same disc and throw on a Anhyzer Line and chart path

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Old 01-15-2013, 03:05 PM
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It'll vary quite a bit for each of the 3 depending on 1) how much of anh and hyz you put on it and 2) the speed at which you throw...but have at it and have fun!
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1 - Take your disc to the park
2 - Thrown it on a Hyzer Line and chart the path (just like the Flight Analyzer)
3 - Take same disk and throw it on a Stable line and chart path
4 - Take same disc and throw on a Anhyzer Line and chart path

Oohhhhhhhh, right. Gotcha now. I can see the use in this.
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Sometimes I have a brain fart on the course (for several reasons ) and I find that having these in my bag really helps.

Once you've got all your discs mapped out take'em to Kinko's (or wherever) get them laminated, cut them out and your done like dinner.

Saved me a few strokes here and there.
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I'm confused how you got a disc thrown on an anhyzer to curve left at the start of the flight then fade right at the end?
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