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Old 12-25-2012, 05:35 AM
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Default Strange plh, what is your experience?

I've read before about plh and stability.
Never really had any molds with big difference between the discs.

I have two Wraiths I've been using. One pro 169g, well used and flippy.
One Star 175g, new and much more stable.
Both the pro and star have the same plh.

Now I bought a pro Wraith that I hoped would fit in between my other Wraiths in stability.
But when I looked at plh this is how it looked.
Sorry for the bad image, but it's still easy to notise the difference.

Yellow on the left is my star and on the right new pro.
Plh is apparently different.
I suppose the new pro might be a really flippy pos?

Can't test it since we have 3' snow outside.

What is your experience with big difference in plh?
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Old 12-25-2012, 10:04 AM
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What is plh? Couldnt find a search about it
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Pretty big difference. I notice that a lot with innova drivers. Thanks for posting the image. I'm now no longer with worst picture poster. Resize is your friend!
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Old 12-25-2012, 11:23 AM
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Just from looking at those discs, the one on the right would probably be flippier. There are other factors, but just based on PLH, it should be significantly more understable.
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Old 12-25-2012, 11:38 AM
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Pretty big difference. I notice that a lot with innova drivers. Thanks for posting the image. I'm now no longer with worst picture poster. Resize is your friend!
You are welcome SteezeOG.
My phone takes the worst pictures.
Didn't know how to resize it on the phone either.
Will have to wait until spring to try this one out.

I want to play now. I don't like snow and subzero degrees.
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Agree that PLH has the most direct effect on stability within a mold. And the lower, the less stable.

As for the Wraith, some versions now have the "L" rim which could account for a difference in PLH.
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^^what he said..i believe u have an l mold and an x mold
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So they are putting out wraith L and X now? I was under the impression the wraith X was only a CFR disc.
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Isnt the wraith X basically a tee rex?
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Isnt the wraith X basically a tee rex?
That was my assumption too. Or that it replaced the wraith X.
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