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Old 08-11-2017, 09:50 PM
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How overstable did these destroyers turn out? I'm really digging the splatter look and if they are beefy this would be a perfect distance driver for what I'm looking for.
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Old 08-11-2017, 10:04 PM
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Their nice. The lean towards the overstable side but not way overstable. Get some VIP worlds to compare and you might be surprised at their performance as well.
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Dr.Smooth, I've been throwing a couple VIP worlds but they flip over and are rather inconsistent compared to other distance drivers I've thrown, but I will admit they fly super far. Are these splatters more overstable than the average VIP world?
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I know they're all lighter weight, but the philo is a pretty good overstable destroyerbas well. Good stability that is very crushable


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Weird. I wouldn't call my philos overstable
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Weird. I wouldn't call my philos overstable


I mean it's not a meathook by any means, but I've put everything I have into them and they still come back true


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Dr.Smooth, I've been throwing a couple VIP worlds but they flip over and are rather inconsistent compared to other distance drivers I've thrown, but I will admit they fly super far. Are these splatters more overstable than the average VIP world?

The tournment plastic is flippy with the world. The clear vip should be stable. Not super overstable. Unless you have crazy power they shouldn't be flippy at all.

I found the splatters a minutely more overstable than my VIP 169 gram worlds. Not near the distance though.
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The tournment plastic is flippy with the world. The clear vip should be stable. Not super overstable. Unless you have crazy power they shouldn't be flippy at all.

I found the splatters a minutely more overstable than my VIP 169 gram worlds. Not near the distance though.
I had a world....VIP, 172, sometimes would be way OS, and sometimes would flip and Roll....No disc should be THAT inconsistent.

and no....it was not me.
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I had a world....VIP, 172, sometimes would be way OS, and sometimes would flip and Roll....No disc should be THAT inconsistent.

and no....it was not me.
A single disc? Yes, yes it was you.
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A single disc? Yes, yes it was you.
No....it really wasn't. I had multiple occasions where my 'trilogy' discs would randomly be WAY more understable than it should. World, Halo, Trespass, Verdict. These problems happened with these discs. Sometimes would fly great but were not resistant to huge turnovers that turned into rollers. Trust me, it wasn't me, its the discs..they were very inconsistent. What I bag now, never gives me those problems.

Happened with some Prodigy drivers as well. I know my form, I know how to throw, I know if I torqued it over, or there was a steady headwind or if the nose was a bit down, etc, etc. I know all the factors that attribute to flight of a disc. The world was a gamble. And if you watch Dave Feldberg he will have throws with his World that he will say "Geeez that was supposed to be the overstable one"

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