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Old 12-21-2019, 01:41 AM
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Originally Posted by disco40 View Post
On the subject of wide rims and being a noob, is there such an animal as a wider-rimmed but slow disc? Something with, say, the speed of a Buzzz but the rim width of a TL or Teebird3? Say you were able to take some weight out of the rim. Would that just be an aerodynamic fail or could that potentially work? I suppose if that were possible it would already exist and be popular, but I'd like to know from somebody who knows this sort of thing.
If you want a very large diameter disc (22.6cm) with a huge rim (2.6cm) you might want to try to find a Prometheus. FYI: 2.6cm would be a speed 16 by convention, but the Prometheus was estimated to be about a speed 8.

The Prometheus was the first disc designed and produced by Salient Discs, with the famous tagline "Designed by scientists, not hippies." (btw, if you're bored, Salient's history on this forum is quite entertaining.)

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