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Old 02-02-2019, 08:20 PM
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Innova: Lion 1-31-2019

180.1g
21.7 dia
1.7 height
1.4 rim depth
19.0 inside rim dia
1.3 rim thickness
54.75 rim config

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Old 02-02-2019, 08:33 PM
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I posted this on the other thread, but will post it here also. These are the dimensions of the Infinite Discs Chariot. I don't have one, but it's been described as a Mako3 with a bead.

Diameter: 21.7 cm
Height: 1.7 cm
Rim Depth: 1.4 cm
Rim Width: 1.4 cm
Max Weight: 180.00 g

Pretty darn close to this new 'Lion'. The Lion might be interesting, though I'm pretty set on my mids...
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Old 02-02-2019, 10:13 PM
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You are missing a line there Streets, the 6.5 is for the ratio of rim depth to diameter. The rim config is 54.75 if you wanna edit it up there. For reference the Chariot is 51.50 and QMS is 36.75. Rocs are 43. Not many mids listed at over 50 on that but I don't know what to make of it, mid 50's is approaching putter values there. Not sure how the Chariot came out with numbers so far off the QMS either, PDGA must buy their fancy calipers from Harbor Freight is my guess.

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Old 02-02-2019, 10:28 PM
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How many cat names do we have now? Cheetah, Leopard, Lion, Puma, Wildcat, Panther, Jaguar, Lynx, Bobcat, and Tiger. I think that's all of them (unless you include Pole Cat). I'm really disappointed that Tiger went to some obscure company.
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Some company needs to make the Ocelot. (Innova is a logical choice)

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I like the Discraft Wildcat in the fairway feline slot.

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You are missing a line there Streets, the 6.5 is for the ratio of rim depth to diameter. The rim config is 54.75 if you wanna edit it up there. For reference the Chariot is 51.50 and QMS is 36.75. Rocs are 43. Not many mids listed at over 50 on that but I don't know what to make of it, mid 50's is approaching putter values there. Not sure how the Chariot came out with numbers so far off the QMS either, PDGA must buy their fancy calipers from Harbor Freight is my guess.

That was my fault I think. it looks like he copied what I posted in the other thread and I got the config and ratio mixed up.
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That was my fault I think. it looks like he copied what I posted in the other thread and I got the config and ratio mixed up.
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You are missing a line there Streets, the 6.5 is for the ratio of rim depth to diameter. The rim config is 54.75 if you wanna edit it up there. For reference the Chariot is 51.50 and QMS is 36.75. Rocs are 43. Not many mids listed at over 50 on that but I don't know what to make of it, mid 50's is approaching putter values there. Not sure how the Chariot came out with numbers so far off the QMS either, PDGA must buy their fancy calipers from Harbor Freight is my guess.
MD4 has a 51.25 and the MD5 has a 62.25. So an OS Mako3 perhaps?
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MD4 has a 51.25 and the MD5 has a 62.25. So an OS Mako3 perhaps?
There definitely haven’t been enough OS midrange released in the past year. /s

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