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Old 01-16-2021, 12:01 PM
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Ive looked through GGGT website, but cant find a description of Joes universal flight chart. Does it directly correspond to manufacturer published flight numbers, or is this only how the disc flies in Joes hand?
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Old 01-16-2021, 12:15 PM
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Ive looked through GGGT website, but cant find a description of Joes universal flight chart. Does it directly correspond to manufacturer published flight numbers, or is this only how the disc flies in Joes hand?
It's a real world test. So no it's not the manufacturer numbers.

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Old 01-16-2021, 12:50 PM
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The cool thing about it is they sell the discs they use to determine the numbers at a nice discount.
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It's a real world test. So no it's not the manufacturer numbers.
Could you break it down just a little bit to the lowest common denominator? What are the abbreviations and what is his rating scale? His ratings don’t change with plastic, which is disappointing.
RNG ?
HSS (high speed stability - scale?)
LSS (low speed stability - scale?)
PWR (power - scale?)

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Could you break it down just a little bit to the lowest common denominator? What are the abbreviations and what is his rating scale? His ratings dont change with plastic, which is disappointing.
RNG ?
HSS (high speed stability - scale?)
LSS (low speed stability - scale?)
PWR (power - scale?)

You're really overthinking this stuff.
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I like the MST one as well, if you look at both it helps give a more complete view of what the disc actually does for more people.
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Could you break it down just a little bit to the lowest common denominator? What are the abbreviations and what is his rating scale? His ratings dont change with plastic, which is disappointing.
RNG ?
HSS (high speed stability - scale?)
LSS (low speed stability - scale?)
PWR (power - scale?)

RNG stands for range. How far the disc will go compared to others on a scale.

PWR is the necessary speed or power required to get the desired flight and range.

The other two are the same as turn and fade. HSS = turn LSS = fade
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You're really overthinking this stuff.
Its what I do.

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I like the MST one as well, if you look at both it helps give a more complete view of what the disc actually does for more people.
I like the MST because you can filter the brands. When you are building an all Innova bag it helps to find the disc you may be missing. I was also just using it to quickly and easily decipher the discs in the Kastaplast lineup without a headache.

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