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Old 05-16-2021, 06:16 PM
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Default A none flippy understable driver for easy hyzerflips

Practising throwing long straight distance shots atm

And as iam fairly new iam having some suscess with understable discs since alot of my throws releases are on hyzer angle , even tho iam trying to throw straight.

I have a tern, Falk, Diamond, leopard3, roadrunner and saint if it counts as understable.

Having the most suscess with leopard and roadrunner, saint aswell. Tern can be good sometimes but the Diamond and falk are very flippy and really wants to go right or somewhere else. Had some lucky shots with the Diamond/ hyzerflip but not like the other ones that most of the time turns from hyzer to straight.

Any suggestion of discs for me? Like 170 grams.
I do like the innova star plastic.
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Old 05-16-2021, 07:02 PM
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Having the most suscess with leopard and roadrunner
If you are having success with these, I'd say stick with them for a while. My go-to discs for hyzerflips are a Champ Leopard3 and a Barsby Star Roadrunner, so I'm admittedly biased, but they are tried-and-true molds.

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Old 05-16-2021, 08:08 PM
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keep throwing that Leopard3.

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Old 05-16-2021, 09:12 PM
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agreed with leo3 or rr

even star sw if you are finding the rr too us
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Old 05-16-2021, 09:19 PM
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keep throwing that Leopard3.
go ahead & get a few more. spend time doing field work with that same mold & really learn it.
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Old 05-16-2021, 11:04 PM
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My favorite discs to hyzer-flip are the ones that when thrown flat, drift right and never come back. I don't like to hyzer flip anything that when thrown flat has late fade or flips fully over into the ground.

For me, those two discs are the Fuse and Roadrunner.
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Old 05-17-2021, 06:43 AM
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I find the Discmania Essence to be a lot like the Flak. Also the Axiom Insanity. The Latitude 64 Sapphire is hyzer flippable, but it takes some control not to just turn it over entirely, also light weight so meh in headwinds.
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Old 05-17-2021, 11:25 AM
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If you are having success with these, I'd say stick with them for a while. My go-to discs for hyzerflips are a Champ Leopard3 and a Barsby Star Roadrunner, so I'm admittedly biased, but they are tried-and-true molds.
Mm you are probelby right, maybe get more of those instead.
But forgot to mention i want something like them but possiblity to squeze out abit more distance, or well i will need it someday.

My longest throws i had with the Tern around 350+ feet, but 90% of the shots with it i cant turn it, but cant get more then 325 with the leopard/runner.

Is there any easier disc around 9-11 speed that i could try?like maybe Avenger SS?
Did some reading about the L64 Diamond and guess i throw it to hard since its apparently a finesse disc
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Old 05-17-2021, 12:00 PM
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Leopard3 and Roadrunner should be great for those shots. Maybe a higher weight/more stiff plastic (Champ) version or work on your form & release to get more spin and flatter release.
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Axiom Insanity is a good choice for understable, but not erratic or unpredictable.

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