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Old 01-19-2018, 02:12 PM
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Default Favorite Molds in Prodigy and Innova

What molds do you love from these companies? keep it positive, please.

I am looking into what I should order for my Amateur only event mid-May

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Old 01-19-2018, 02:26 PM
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The best molds and the ones which are crowd-pleasers are not necessarily the same group. Still, it's hard to go wrong offering any sort of Roc, Destroyer, Firebird, Aviar, Teebird, Thunderbird, or Valkyrie.

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Old 01-19-2018, 02:28 PM
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Yeah. I just joined Team Prodigy so I am obviously going to support them, since they are supporting me. The plastic is pretty new to me so I am looking for some more opinions.
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Mako3, TL3, Roc3, Destroyer, Shryke, Thunderbird
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colossus, aviar, starfire (flat top)
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The only Prodigy disc I have thrown is the M4 in 400G plastic. It seems to have a good reputation.

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Rhyno, Roc, Leopard, Teebird
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More Prodigy info would be great, thanks
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Thumbs up Prodigy and Innova

The Prodigy I am Happy with are PA3 400, M4, F5,X3 and X4 all 400 plastic and all straight flyers. These discs seem to work with strong and noddle arms both
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Old 01-19-2018, 03:02 PM
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A1, A2, PA3, M4, F3, D2, D3 All I got for Prodigy

Innova has already been covered, but I'd add the Leopard to the list
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