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Old 02-07-2014, 01:42 PM
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Open house is coming up at DTW where they let you go in the back and touch all the purdy plastic, not to mention a 10% discount. Just for a reference point, I've owned one Innova, pro-type disc (Vulcan) and it became a roller-only within 10 rounds due to a couple of healthy tree trunk collisions. Anyway...

I was thinking of building an Innova, pro-type plastic bag of 15 or so discs but was weighing between Innova and Discraft's equivalent plastic. I'm also open to other manufacturers as long as they have enough variety to build a decent size/variety bag (min. 12 discs). Now, I was wondering which company's pro-type plastic can be relied upon the most to fly according to the manufacturer's ratings, other considerations, etc.

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Old 02-07-2014, 01:51 PM
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Innova's Easy
KC Aviar or McPro Aviar (putters) x3 or 4
KC Roc or McPro Roc (Midranges) x4
Pro Leopard (Straight) x2
Pro Valk (roller)
Pro Wraith (if you like)x2
Pro Destoryer or Boss (Boomers) x4
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Old 02-07-2014, 01:53 PM
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In my main, want to win bag, I use overlap molds (3 max D, 2 teebirds) but all of the other themed bags that I carry, I don't carry two of the same mold. Sorry that I didn't qualify that in the beginning.
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Old 02-07-2014, 04:10 PM
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Maybe you could make a 15 disc bag of Pro plastic with all different molds, but would it be a good bag? It would by and large be turnover/glidey drivers. How many of those do you need?
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Old 02-07-2014, 04:17 PM
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I have a DX bag and the only understable molds are Dragon, Archangel, Wolf, and XD putter. All the rest are stable to overstable. They also all fly according to the ratings but date to 2004 and back.

This bag would be current run plastic.
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Discraft's elite X plastic is great.
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How reliable is Discraft's flight ratings in the elite-x?
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The X tends to be less overstable than the other plastics. It's actually rated differently than the others on a few discs (Avenger, XL, XS , Xpress, Cyclone)
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Old 02-07-2014, 06:06 PM
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Any pro/elite-X type plastic options with other companies?
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Millenium's M plastic is basically the same blend as Innovas Pro plastic. They have some really solid molds.
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