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Old 10-31-2011, 11:57 PM
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The answer is in every single one of these threads - it's a CFR Champ TL, flies just like a stalker.
If that's true than it is also a qjls. I think the qjls is interchangable with a tl.
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Old 11-01-2011, 12:18 AM
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The answer is in every single one of these threads - it's a CFR Champ TL, flies just like a stalker.
My 3 fly just like a lightly seasoned Champ Teebird.

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Old 11-01-2011, 12:20 AM
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If that's true than it is also a qjls. I think the qjls is interchangable with a tl.
Oh crap, how could I forget about the Polaris LS. They are close to a Stalker with a little less hss and a touch more distance.
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Old 11-01-2011, 12:33 AM
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I agree with tech on this. I've never thrown a stalker that I liked. I can push a Buzzz out to around 330' on flat ground and could never push the stalker more than 10' further making it an unnecessary mold to me. Just another flash in the pan DGCR flame of the week as far as I'm concerned. I'd much rather throw a leopard. BUT to answer your question: maybe a GM?
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Old 11-01-2011, 12:35 AM
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The answer is in every single one of these threads - it's a CFR Champ TL, flies just like a stalker.
I threw a Champ TL for a long time and to me it flies nothing like a stalker. (I now throw a stalker). The TL does have more glide but in my opinion is a good bit more stable. I think the Champ TL is very similar to a TeeBird as far as stability goes. Could just be the couple that I have and threw. But they were almost identical to the TeeBirds that I have.

The Stalker is much straighter and for me is much more accurate. I can throw the TL about 15-20 feet further but I feel like I know exactly were my stalker is going to go.

The TL just seemed a lot more temperamental to me.

I do agree with what someone else said that it's not the disc for everyone. I've got a friend that hates stalkers but he loves his buzzz (as far as the longer buzzz comparison goes). I've talked to several others that throw buzzzs that can't stand Stalkers either. I do feel like it's a longer buzzz. I reach for it when it's just a little out of range for my buzzz and am usually pretty pleased with the results.

As for the OP's question. I'm not sure that innova makes anything that throws like a Stalker. The stalker just has kind of a weird flight.

I can only assume that you like the stalker's flight and want something comparable from innova (just a guess). If that's the case I would just continue to throw the stalker. I think it will be hard to find something like it from Innova.

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Old 11-01-2011, 12:53 AM
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I have a pdga black one, thanks for the low down on it. I'm not going to bother throwing it.

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Old 11-01-2011, 06:36 AM
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I will just say that if you like the Stalker, and already carry a Buzzz or straight midrange, try a Cyclone or an XL and then see what you think about that Stalker.

(I would say try a Pro Leopard but that wouldn't even be fair. Easier to throw and travels further. Pfft Who wants that!?!)
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Old 11-01-2011, 07:03 AM
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Lots of great info here, thanks to all who have contributed so far

I'll throw a few rounds w/ it and see how it goes...
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Old 11-01-2011, 09:22 AM
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The Stalker is unique because of it's shape; big diameter, bead, low profile, not it's flight path. If you like the way it fits in your hand, it's a reasonable choice for a laser straight driver that can work swooping hyzers and long smooth anhyzers.
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Old 11-01-2011, 02:47 PM
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yeah i just started throwing these to replace strikers. basically i wanted more accurate shots for that slot. somethign that was going to be in the fairway and the strikers are great just hard to throw if you need them to stay in the fairway. the slower stalker fits this nicely and has less fade. i just wish it was a bit more stable, like the glow stalkers. but i don't throw it much since i have a roadrunner for full turnover shots and straight shots. i was thinking that these could be a longer roc shot.

i guess it is better for under 400 distance.
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