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Old 05-08-2018, 07:43 PM
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Mamba is the fastest thing I can throw (sort of)....
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Old 05-08-2018, 08:16 PM
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Beat up P-Line PD. Or the classic Star Sidewinder.
I have some OLD (ahem, First Run) P-PDs that I'm tempted to break out, as they are quite understable...hmm.
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Old 05-08-2018, 08:32 PM
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The Escape! If I had to pick a second, it would be a star sidewinder.
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Old 05-08-2018, 09:13 PM
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Maybe a JLS? Probably in Sirius or their "base" plastic, vs. Q. I don't have nearly your power, so I would anticipate the JLS being more understable for you than it is for me.

My beat base plastic is pretty flippy. A newish Sirius is straight with some turn. And a newish Q is overstable.
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Regarding the Falchion, I find it to feel really shallow in hand. It's the same depth as a Culverin, which feels fine, but yeah. I hope it flies better than it feels.
I tend to like shallow discs, such as the Falchion and the Tern. If you find the Champion Sidewinder to be acceptably deep, it's a great alternative.
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Westside Underworld.
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VALKYRIE. Distant second is phenom
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I have some OLD (ahem, First Run) P-PDs that I'm tempted to break out, as they are quite understable...hmm.
Nah, those are no good. I could do you a solid and take them off your hands through trade or purchase...I mean, you're really twisting my arm at this point, but I always like to help out a fellow golfer.

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AvengerSS, Fury, Roadrunner, Vision, Heat, Undertaker and Sidewinder are all awesome discs
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Old 05-08-2018, 10:12 PM
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The Escape! If I had to pick a second, it would be a star sidewinder.
I bought an Escape not too long ago in base plastic and it is more similar to a Teebird (with less glide) than any kind of turnover disc.

My 3 top choices would be:

1) Heat- similar turn to the Sidewinder with less fade and amazing glide. It can fly as far as discs multiple speeds higher than it.
2) Vamp- really solid understable fairway driver. After it beats in, which it does fairly quickly, it may become a bit too understable for some, but I like it for hyzer-flip turnovers at that point. Closest disc I can think of to it would be a Roadrunner, but I feel it has better glide.
3) Undertaker- This is a true fairway driver and the easiest of the three to control. It has less glide and less distance than the other two, but if I'm looking for a turnover placement shot it's my disc of choice.
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