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Old 10-24-2016, 01:41 PM
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Which Prodigy disc is similar to these Innova discs (I have guesses but have only thrown a few):

Aviar
Roc
Eagle
Firebird
Destroyer
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Old 10-24-2016, 01:48 PM
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Which Prodigy disc is similar to these Innova discs (I have guesses but have only thrown a few):
Aviar- depends which aviar, PA3 for big bead models, PA2 for beadless and stable (imo), PA4 for glide
Roc - M2
Eagle- F3
Firebird- H3
Destroyer- D2 for less beefy, D1 for more
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Old 10-24-2016, 01:49 PM
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350G PA3 - Relatively neutral, still has some fade, and can hold up in wind.
2013 mold M1 - NOT the 2015 retool (whatever plastic you want, cycle 300S, 400S for Champ, 400G for softer Star, 750 for firmer Star) My seasoned M1s are dead straight with a solid fade and hold up to a hyzer well without being overstable or getting squirrely in the wind.
750 F2 - LOVE this disc!!! If I wasn't bagging a Reptilian Tyrant, this would be my favorite stable fairway. Easily shaped for dead straight shots, to flex lines, to big spike hyzers.
750 H1 - Personally, I'm not a huge fan of Prodigy's hybrids and I'll stick with a Firebird, but the H1 does a good job of getting close. It's a bit more dumpy-overstable and has less glide.
400G D2 - Depending on the Destroyer flight you're looking for, the D2 is my favorite. They tend to be a little more domey and have better glide than most Destroyers, but they have the typical -1 turn 3 fade flights. Used these things for the last few seasons as my main drivers and have quite the stockpile of D2s/D3s.
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Old 10-24-2016, 02:07 PM
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Which Prodigy disc is similar to these Innova discs (I have guesses but have only thrown a few):

Aviar
Roc
Eagle
Firebird
Destroyer
Not sure Prodigy has a real equivalent to the Aviar; the putters feel totally different. Closest is probably the Pa2.

Probably the M2 is closest to the Roc.

The F3 is IMHO like a Teebird, so that's probably closest to the Eagle as well.

H1 is probably closest to the Firebird.

A new overstable Destroyer is like the D1; a beat-in or less overstable Destroyer is more like the D2.
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Old 10-24-2016, 02:11 PM
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I'd go:

Prodigy Stamped Aviar
Prodigy Stamped Roc
Prodigy Stamped Eagle
Prodigy Stamped Firebird
Prodigy Stamped Destroyer

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Old 10-24-2016, 02:16 PM
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I'd go:

Prodigy Stamped Aviar
Prodigy Stamped Roc
Prodigy Stamped Eagle
Prodigy Stamped Firebird
Prodigy Stamped Destroyer
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Old 10-24-2016, 02:19 PM
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Aviar- depends which aviar, PA3 for big bead models, PA2 for beadless and stable (imo), PA4 for glide
Roc - M2
Eagle- F3
Firebird- H3
Destroyer- D2 for less beefy, D1 for more
This but

Firebird = H2
Thunderbird = H3

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Old 10-24-2016, 04:44 PM
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Aviar - Pa2
Roc - M2
Eagle - F3 (or F2)
Firebird - H2
Destroyer - D1/D2
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Old 10-24-2016, 05:13 PM
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F3 is more of an Eagle-L. at least the one I have is.
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Old 10-24-2016, 05:25 PM
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So if the H2=Firebird, H1=??
I know X1s are pure beef but is the H1 just like it?
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