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Old 09-03-2008, 12:08 PM
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Default Stable Mid Range Disc For Drives

I would like to hear what others are using as far as an OVERSTABLE mid range disc for drives. Right now I use a Full Color Roc(flat top) and a San Marino Roc. The reason for the post is I tend to flip them when I put a lot of snap into the drive. Sometimes I will throw a Teerex or a Wraith softly on a short hole(250FT) that I need to come back to the left on a RHBH throw.
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Old 09-03-2008, 12:16 PM
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I use a Millenium EXP1 that I found. On the disc is printed SUPER FAST SUPER FADE. It is not really super fast but it does super fade.
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Old 09-03-2008, 01:28 PM
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i use Z or FLX Buzzz - can get a good 250 - these go very straight with little fade at the end -great discs
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Old 09-03-2008, 02:23 PM
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even though they are out of print you can still pick these up...

Innova Wolf DX

straight as an arrow all the way through. I have a woods one, and one I try and not to hit wood with.
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Rocs can go 400'+ without flipping. My first recommendation is to fix your form so that your Rocs aren't flipping.

If you really want something more overstable you can try the Z Wasp, though.
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even though they are out of print you can still pick these up...

Innova Wolf DX

straight as an arrow all the way through. I have a woods one, and one I try and not to hit wood with.
The DX Wolf is still in production.
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I personally use a 178 E Element-X and when it starts getting to straight throw a new one in the bag. I've been working more and more with the E-Elements but the Element-X's just feel better in my hand
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Thanks for the feedback so far. Does anyone like the Innova Cro as far as being stable/overstable.
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Riley,

You should give a Star Gator a try.
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If you want a very overstable disc, try a Viper.
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