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Old 02-12-2010, 08:16 PM
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So I recently stepped up to the Innova deluxe bag and found that I have alot of empty space to be filled... what ever shall I fill it with?

Am currently using-
DX Firebird (newish)
DX Firebird (experienced) if I can get it back from the ice covered pond and the Robert Morris staff doesn't stop me
DX Wraith (new)
DX Wraith (experienced)
DX Teebird (experienced)
DX Leopard (experienced)
DX Roc (new)
DX Roc (beat)
3x DX Aviar (in various stages of experience)
Pro Rhyno (new)
Quick note: All drivers are 150 class, Putters and Rocs are around 175. Can throw the Wraiths' just beyond 400' to give an idea of my power level. I also don't throw/know a bunch of trick shots, mostly just throw back/forehand

I think I would like to get an additional Teebird, Roc, and more Rhynos (am really digging this disc) for a more varied state of wear/flippiness. Are there any other molds I should consider picking up to fill a gap somewhere?
When I get back out to the course after the snow melt I will have a better idea, but until then it's something to dream about. Thanks for any input in advance.
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Old 02-12-2010, 08:44 PM
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Archangel, Stingray, Gator, Lat 64 Vision or the Monarch.

Looks like you have gaps in understable drivers and over/understable mids....just my 2 cents...
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Old 02-12-2010, 08:46 PM
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Maybe something like a Flick or an XXX for hook shots?
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Old 02-12-2010, 09:11 PM
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Old 02-12-2010, 09:20 PM
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So I recently stepped up to the Innova deluxe bag and found that I have alot of empty space to be filled... what ever shall I fill it with?

Am currently using-
DX Firebird (newish)
DX Firebird (experienced) if I can get it back from the ice covered pond and the Robert Morris staff doesn't stop me
DX Wraith (new)
DX Wraith (experienced)
DX Teebird (experienced)
DX Leopard (experienced)
DX Roc (new)
DX Roc (beat)
3x DX Aviar (in various stages of experience)
Pro Rhyno (new)
Quick note: All drivers are 150 class, Putters and Rocs are around 175. Can throw the Wraiths' just beyond 400' to give an idea of my power level. I also don't throw/know a bunch of trick shots, mostly just throw back/forehand

I think I would like to get an additional Teebird, Roc, and more Rhynos (am really digging this disc) for a more varied state of wear/flippiness. Are there any other molds I should consider picking up to fill a gap somewhere?
When I get back out to the course after the snow melt I will have a better idea, but until then it's something to dream about. Thanks for any input in advance.
If you can throw wraiths about 400 ft you might be ready to try a 150 destroyer or even a 150 boss or R pro boss.

The second teebird might be nice as well.

what disc(s) do you use to throw hyzers? Distance? Anhyzers?
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Old 02-12-2010, 09:25 PM
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Sweet, I learned to play at Robert Morris park. I'm thinking those 150 drivers would get murdered by the winds out there...I once threw an Orc on hole 11 during a tournament with a crosswind and it ended up parking one of the practice baskets. It was 173. I would start learning to throw some heavier drivers.
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Old 02-12-2010, 09:33 PM
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not enough discraft, try an ESP Meteor, and a Soft Magnet, your game will instantly improve
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Old 02-12-2010, 09:36 PM
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Looks like with all the 150 class discs, that the discs are fairly "flippy." I would personally look at a little heavier discs for windy days and what not. Maybe get like a 170 pro wraith.... or a 168-9 valk.....Might also look at a heavier overstable disc.
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Old 02-12-2010, 10:51 PM
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Your firebirds are 150?
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Old 02-12-2010, 11:11 PM
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The 150 discs are definately wind food, but my technique is still faulty enough where I don't want to sacrifice the distance gain I get from them. I also have a slight build- 6'1" 140lbs. The technique problem is probably best addressed in a entirely different thread and worked out this summer anyhow. Wraith's are for distance, both anny and hyzer. Firebird for windy distance(sometimes?) and bigger hyzers. Teebird all purpose straight, shorter shots. Leopard in all honesty I don't throw that often. I bought it to be my anny fairway disc but it turnsover very easily. Maybe heavier weight/upgrade plastic is in order there. Roc's are rocs, and do what they do (rock out with there little c*cks out), no explanation needed I think.
I think I'm liking the suggestion of the Boss and/or Destroyer, but won't they in effect replace the Wraith's (not that I wouldn't part with them if the other options are more productive). Or what about a banshee for a wind fighting disc in the Teebird or Leopard range?
@discspeed-#11 and #12, hell most of the back nine, are ridic in the wind
@mambrose-only throw innova because when i go pro i want to rake in the big bucks from the sponsorship and endorsement deals of course. lol j/k
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