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Old 02-11-2014, 09:19 AM
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Default How do DD plastics compare to Innova/Discraft plastics?

Exactly what the title says, how do they compare to Innova or Discraft? Like Innova has Champion and Discraft has Elite Z, what are the DD counterparts to these plastics?
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Lucid = Champ/Z
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They're the same as the options from Lat64

Lucid/Opto is like Champ and Elite Z like he said already.
Fuzion/Goldline is somewhat similar to star but usually softer with more grip.
BioFuzion is a recycled grind blend of the two like other regrinds.
Then they have three levels of a base plastic in different hardness. Classic (firmest) Classic Blend (medium) and Classic Soft.
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Okay, cool. I found another thread but it did was compare the plastics in general from company to company. Thanks for the info.
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I LOVE the biofuzion! It's like grippier ESP.
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The Lucid plastic reminds me a lot of Innova's Jolly Launcher Champion, as far as midranges go.
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Don't touch DD plastic. You might get addicted
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They need to work on their base plastic a bunch to try and catch Innova but then again, so does everybody.
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DD = better .....

I really like the baseline classic plastic personally
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They need to work on their base plastic a bunch to try and catch Innova but then again, so does everybody.
Thats true, Although I don't hate Pro D like most though it's a bit soft.

Pretty much everyones base warps bad except Innovas. Yes they warp but you can bend them back. The others stay that way.
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