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Old 02-23-2019, 01:16 PM
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Larger diamater glidey coyote may be a good comparison too.

Shark-comet combo may be more accurate than roc. In my experience shark and roc have similar stability but the Shark is a better line holder while the roc is more a flat straight flyer.
The gote excells on sweeping hyzers where a roc may flip up a little more and straighten out midflight, then fade back. The gote doesnt change angles so much.
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Old 02-23-2019, 02:12 PM
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I'm really digging this one. I love Kasta's plastic, but I've struggled to find a place for it in my bag before now. I have a fairly traditional approach to my lienup, so the tweeners didn't work for me and as great as the STAL is I just couldn't drop my FBs for it. When I saw the teasers I knew I had to try the GOTE and I'm glad I did.

My first impression was Ontario roc with a hair more glide. I agree with the roc/comet sentiment as well. Just an awesome disc. Now if we could get something in that thunderbird/pd/olf slot I'd really be ecstatic.

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Old 02-23-2019, 03:16 PM
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Some people have compared the stal to a thunderbird, but out of my 5 I find them ranging from stable (not far) firebird to PD stable but slower. Beefy banshee is probably the best comparison. I too would love an opaque K1 PD-esque disc
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Old 02-28-2019, 12:26 AM
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Not sure there's much of anything between mids and fairway discs. The Cheetah and Leopard are just a step up from mids in terms of speed, but are considered fairway drivers.
Maybe not in the Innova lineup, but if you've ever thrown a Kaxe or a Zombee those are definitely tweener discs to me.
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Old 02-28-2019, 07:33 PM
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Similar size wing to a speed 6 driver but blunter edge or larger diamater definately makes for a tweener IMO.

I may go so far to favor them as mids before drivers, especially with speed 8, 9 or even 10 discs being labeled fairways.
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Maybe not in the Innova lineup, but if you've ever thrown a Kaxe or a Zombee those are definitely tweener discs to me.

Kaxe, storm, zombee, squall, stratus...
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Old 02-28-2019, 09:37 PM
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Hmm, I wonder how this will compare with the Opto X Fuse.
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Hmm, I wonder how this will compare with the Opto X Fuse.
Have you seen that confirmed somewhere? Any word on an Opto X compass??
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Old 03-01-2019, 02:30 PM
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Have you seen that confirmed somewhere? Any word on an Opto X compass??
Yeah Latitude tweeted it out and I think JohnE McRay mentioned getting one in his ITB. I haven't heard anything about an X Compass though.
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Yeah Latitude tweeted it out and I think JohnE McRay mentioned getting one in his ITB. I haven't heard anything about an X Compass though.
Grady Shue is getting an opto x compass.
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