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Kc aviars are bb aviars too. I just specified because they make regular champ/star aviars, but they don't make Kc pro beadless aviars.

I can't see myself going back to rocs even though I love them.
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Old 09-20-2016, 09:13 PM
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update?

update is there is no update.

i updated my bag thread with a non-update. ask me anything.
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Old 11-19-2016, 02:05 PM
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ummmm. well, i haven't been playing a lot, but i've gotten out a couple times in the past few weeks. nothing's changed, really.

kc aviar x3
stego
superhero
z wasp
z comet
gazelle x3 (star and champ)
OLF x3 (star and champ)
PD2 x3 (P line and star and champ)
H1 (750)
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Hot damn it's gonna be 50 degrees out, almost 60, and I will be disc golfing all weekend!!! Woohoo!

Bag still hasn't changed.

In a perfect world, someone would make a lid identical to the superhero around 140-150 grams. I love the disc but sometimes I hate how light it is. Messes with my release sometimes.

Any ideas?
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Old 02-17-2017, 12:57 AM
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Tape on some nickels. 5g each
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Try a Lat 64 Bite.
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Old 02-26-2017, 11:14 AM
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So I somehow got a light superhero. I weighed all the others and they were 140g. So I just bought more superheros. Pretty happy with them again.

Dear Abby

I have a kc aviar that is nicely beat into perfectly straight. I'm tempted to start using it for driving and approaches instead of putting so I can finally have an understable putter, but it putts so beautifully and it is a couple years old now. I love it and i trust it. ;_; I know I can develop this special home with another kc aviar, given time, but I'm afraid to make the leap.

What say you?

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Old 03-18-2017, 05:53 AM
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Dicked around, trying to get back to just having fun.

Soft proton anode -putts, drives, approaches. Flies ****ing far.
Firm vp - overstable drives and approaches.

Relay - woods workhorse. Like a Leo.

Neutron volt - hand picked to be overstable. Fights wind, powers down to replace os mid.
Proton volt - has dome, hand picked to complement the neutron. Has turn and fade.

Pro destroyer - workhorse. These new destroyers are awesome. The pro has a good amount of stability, can't wait to see it season into a bomber.

Bottom stamp star destroyer - beefy goodness like it should be.


It was fun throwing such a light bag and I didn't score significantly worse than usual.
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Can't do the soft proton anode for driving and putting. Oh well. Back to kc aviars.

Simple bag

2x kc aviar. Seasoned for drives and approaches, freshish for putts.
Z comet
Relay
Gazelle or volt, depending.

Full bag

3x kc aviar
Vp
Superhero

Z comet

Relay
Gazelle

Volt x2? Or olf x3? Olf may be on the chopping block. I really like the volt. Tough, because I have a beat to **** olf that is great for high turnovers. And no volt to match.

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Simple bag

2x kc aviar. Seasoned for drives and approaches, freshish for putts.
Z comet
Relay
Gazelle or volt, depending.
I like this simplicity much.

What I don't really understand is the Relay, what do you use it for? Must be more than only rollers or are you throwing that many? Aren't the anny lines already covered by the Comet? I mean, that Relay must provide something really important if it managed to get a place in the five-disc bag. Or are you hyzer-flipping a lot?

My own five-disc bag looks similar:
- P2 (putting)
- Pure (driving)
- Comet (allround)
- Champ Teebird (overstable)
- JLS (line-shaping)

The main difference is the Relay. I'm very curious to read a more detailed explanation. :-)
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