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Old 04-09-2018, 12:01 AM
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IMO the Millennium base plastic is sweet.

Very similar to the current Innova Pro plastic.

To me is is the grippiest of their plastics.

it scuffs quick, but does not chunk or cut badly

it does break in quicker than Quantum or Sirius.

I've tried all the rest but keep returning to their base plastic.
Thanks, I want to try it just to test it their molds but I didn't wanna end up with some Pro-D bull sh!t. Appreciate the input.
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Old 05-15-2018, 12:38 AM
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Would an OLF fit in a bag with PDs and FD3s?

I bag C-PD, S-PD, P-PD and cover a wide variety of shots with them. I also bag a Doombird FD3 and Luster FD3 which do not turn.

I've messed around with Thunderbirds but they are all pretty stable as well. Really looking for that hyzer flip 9 speed woods disc.

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Old 05-15-2018, 01:07 AM
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Have you tried a Roadrunner?

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Old 05-15-2018, 01:11 AM
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Have you tried a Roadrunner?
Yeah I have a pretty beat one for rollers. I could bag a fresh one and see where that gets me. OLF is the pre-thundy Thundy?
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Old 05-15-2018, 08:27 AM
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An OLF in base (Millinnium) plastic, and a Thunderbird in Pro plastic are very similar. Hand feel, shape, flight pattern, distance potential are almost identical.
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Old 05-16-2018, 02:29 PM
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A couple of things, I've used the OLF for years. I use it exclusively in Sirius. It is a very reliable overstable disc, but not a monster. Unless the wind is really tearing it up this disc will get you there. When it came out innova had the Viking and Valk out. As written above, my guess was always that this was a gift to Millenium, the next step up in stability that was later replaced with Thunderbird. In my hands, the OLF is more stable, but I'm not an expert with the Thunderbird.

The reason I am posting on this, I usually don't come to the disc selection area, is that the OLF is just right for those mid-range wind days. It's pretty unique and stands in really well up to about 15 miles per hour. One of my favorite discs. What really makes this nice is that the Sirus plastic has gotten softer over the years. Originally, it was Star like. Now it is half way between Star and GStar but still seems to be as stable as Star.
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It is all the same as Innova's blends.
P is driver pro
S is Star
Q is Champ

Any variance is from whatever plastic stock they decide to run.
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Old 05-17-2018, 12:27 PM
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It is all the same as Innova's blends.
P is driver pro
S is Star
Q is Champ

Any variance is from whatever plastic stock they decide to run.
M is driver pro.

But otherwise yes.
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Old 05-17-2018, 06:14 PM
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M is driver pro.

But otherwise yes.
My bad.
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Would an OLF fit in a bag with PDs and FD3s?

I bag C-PD, S-PD, P-PD and cover a wide variety of shots with them. I also bag a Doombird FD3 and Luster FD3 which do not turn.

I've messed around with Thunderbirds but they are all pretty stable as well. Really looking for that hyzer flip 9 speed woods disc.
MVP Inertia or Axiom Insanity are good hyzerflip control drivers (speed 10, but a thinner easier grip rim) Also can't go wrong with a Sidewinder - And the Millenium Orion LS is nice too but I found once it turns it holds that turn for a while
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