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Old 03-15-2018, 09:47 AM
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Originally Posted by atison View Post
My understanding is similar to Meillo's. More dome really means more glide. Stability is more a component of PLH (Parting Line Height) where higher = more stable. Where I think people associate dome/flat with stability has a couple implications:

- Domey drivers usually mean the PLH is lower as the added curve of the dome brings the wing tip down which equates to less HSS
- Flat discs also have less glide and less glide mean less lift to turn the disc.

Just my $.02
I think this is very well said, other than its the Stagnation Point Height rather than the PLH that really matter.
The difference in SPH and PLH doesn't seem to be much different in mids, from my observations.
This is one of the aspects that muddy the water. Even more true the faster the disc is.

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