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Old 05-25-2014, 05:24 PM
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Im looking for a understable disc to use for longer holes (400+) I have nukes that I can FH pretty far (330-375) but Im looking for something that I can throw BH because my FH isnt consistant enough for my liking. Im looking for something that I can use untill I can develope a more powerful snap (I just switched my game to BH about a month ago)
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Old 05-25-2014, 05:29 PM
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Honestly, my absolute favorite long range Understable disc....D5.....best I've ever used, you need the arm for it though. I have a 400s 171g in light blue....not a Huge bubble dome, but a natural dome shape as the discs have....i really like it. I don't think it's all that popular....but I think its very comfortable. I have been looking for another like it for weeks. Its one of my most used long range discs....I can hyzerflip that thing deep S curve, holds smooth anny, and fades a touch at the end. It bombs....easily get it over 400. damn i want another D5.......
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Old 05-25-2014, 05:30 PM
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It is a wide rim. If it seems too wide rimmed or its hyzering out too early, try a thinner rim. Like a Krait, or Archon,
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Old 05-25-2014, 06:55 PM
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Star Tern or perhaps mamba
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Old 05-25-2014, 07:00 PM
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Old 05-25-2014, 07:07 PM
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I've never thrown the D5, but it might be a good option. I have D4s, and they are pretty solid understable discs. They also have a 2.3cm rim compared to the D5's 2.4cm rim. Personally, I prefer 2.3s over 2.4s.

I also have Westside Kings in each plastic. The TP King is ridiculously understable, but if you figure out the hyzer angle to prevent it from burning, they will turn considerably and glide forever with little to no fade. The DD Trespass is my primary driver, and I max out at around 425' with that. I can get TP Kings out over 500'.

VIP Kings are much less understable and easier to control. They also fade more and glide less. I'm lucky to hit 450' with them. The Kings have a 2.3cm rim, same as the D4.

I also have a Star Katana (2.5cm rim) and Champ Vulcan (2.4cm rim). I find the Star Katana to be a little more understable than a VIP King, but less so than a D4. The Champ Vulcan is very close to a TP King, but with less glide.

During a round, I bag a VIP King and D4. If I could only carry one, it would probably be the D4. It has more turn, less fade, is slightly longer, and seems a tad less nose sensitive.
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Old 05-25-2014, 07:56 PM
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+1 for unLace. Bagged one this year, and am really liking it. Getting +50' on my blizzard katana. Don't have a strong arm, so hyzer flipping understable discs get me max distance.
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+1 for unLace. Bagged one this year, and am really liking it. Getting +50' on my blizzard katana. Don't have a strong arm, so hyzer flipping understable discs get me max distance.
Same for me with regards to hyzer flipping understable discs. Love my UnLace, can shape beautiful turnover lines and has made being up around 350 on my max distance throws a consistent reality.
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Champion mamba a little more stable than the unlace and when you pick up arm speed totally shapeable.
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