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Old 12-27-2014, 03:23 PM
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Could use ya'lls help again.
I am looking for a mid range disk, that I can hyzerflip 4 straight tunnel shots.
For referance the disks that I am driving with 4 hyzer flips are underworlds and Thunderbirds, so l like understable discs.
My midranges I have a fugitive that I use for more of an open S style layup and I have a warship that I use for more of a hook type shot.
I'm looking for a mid-range that I can hyzer flip for straight tunnel shots.
Give me your suggestions and thanks again!
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Old 12-27-2014, 03:28 PM
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One of the best discs (spelled with a c) that you can use for this shot is the Axiom Theory.

It'll flip from a shallow hyzer with relative ease, or turnover slowly with a flat throw. Also, it's the type of disc that won't turn and burn on you, like some super flippy midranges. Definitely a great disc to check out.
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Hard to beat a z meteor for pure flip. A lil too understable for me, I use a z buzzz ss.
Other good understable mids include z glide, evo element, 400 m4.
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In addition to the discs already mentioned, lots of options - Fuse, Mako, Mako3, Comet, Coyote, Gauge, beat Roc . . .

I suggest trying a Fuse.
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In addition to the discs already mentioned, lots of options - Fuse, Mako, Mako3, Comet, Coyote, Gauge, beat Roc . . .

I suggest trying a Fuse.
Which one of those discs did the theory replace for you

But yes i agree. Mako and Fuse are great discs. The forgotten ABC flying squirrel is a blast to throw as well.
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Which one of those discs did the theory replace for you

But yes i agree. Mako and Fuse are great discs. The forgotten ABC flying squirrel is a blast to throw as well.
I rotate the Flying Squirrel with an M5 for my understable mid slot. They're both fun and unique. That said, if I crank on them, they'll keep turning right from a hyzer and aren't necessarily my tunnel shot choice.
A lot of this will depend on how far you're throwing, OP, and the individual characteristics of each disc. Based on what I've thrown, I'd suggest a fuse as a starting point, but there are a lot of great suggestions here.
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I totally forgot about the flying squirrel! Has an incredible stamp too...
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The Squirrel is great, and I'd suggest it for flippier, longer shots. The Theory is more stable, shorter, and has less glide.
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Which one of those discs did the theory replace for you
Hey, no fair paying attention!

But seriously - if the OP is hyzer-flipping Thunderbirds he can get a Fuse to turn. At my distance, Fuses were a little too eager to go straight rather than turn. Hence my recommendation of a Fuse.

Theory is perfect for me, though.
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Ok i made a HUGE mistake on my 2 hyzerflip drivers. I meant a Underworld and a " roadrunner". I actually use a thunderbird for a disc for a hard right ( im a lefty).
Hope that helps more on the hyzerflip tunnel mid im looking for.
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