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Old 08-31-2013, 11:45 PM
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Opto fury, understable enough to roll, stable enough to hold its line on the ground. Slower speed still goes really far but makes for more control. Max weight to fight the terrain. If you want faster a gold line bolt or a king would do but I really suggest the fury. It's the lay sidewinder/roadrunner and there's a reason a lot of good rollers use them great control/distance.

Side note: if you want something that will roll for for you with a flat throw then you'll want something flipper such as an underworld. The fury you'll have to give a slight anhyzer release to get the roll. I prefer the latter as I can control the angle of release therefore I have more control of how it will roll. I don't like putting my trust in the disc that it will flip enough every time to get the roller I want.
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Old 09-01-2013, 10:47 AM
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So many suggestions lol. But thanks everyone, seems I have a lot of testing to see what I want
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Old 09-01-2013, 11:06 AM
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Another question. Should I be looking for a domey or flatter disc for rollers? Or does it not really matter as much?
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Another question. Should I be looking for a domey or flatter disc for rollers? Or does it not really matter as much?
Search for it with the search feature but I highly doubt you'll find anything. Start a new thread with a poll, that's a good question that I don't believe I've ever heard asked before.
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Old 09-01-2013, 03:00 PM
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Think of your dome like a sail. Domey=more influenced by wind. Of course that changes things when you are sideways. I could see a crosswind destroying a domey roller or the dome acting more aerodynamically depending on the direction. Plh is what really makes the difference.
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Old 09-01-2013, 03:46 PM
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How the disc flies in the air will resemble how it rolls. Flippy discs are harder to get to roll straight but can work curves where a more stable to over stable disc will roll straighter longer considering to get it to the ground correctly.
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Think of your dome like a sail. Domey=more influenced by wind. Of course that changes things when you are sideways. I could see a crosswind destroying a domey roller or the dome acting more aerodynamically depending on the direction. Plh is what really makes the difference.
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How the disc flies in the air will resemble how it rolls. Flippy discs are harder to get to roll straight but can work curves where a more stable to over stable disc will roll straighter longer considering to get it to the ground correctly.
Both really helpful and informative, thanks for the feedback
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Old 09-01-2013, 04:52 PM
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You want flat discs when rolling. Less affected (sp? this one always gets me) by the wind, and helps center the weight of the disc. To be clear, I mean center between the top and bottom (left and right sides while rolling) where the PLH would be located.

If not going for distance rollers which I'm assuming you are, the Tursas rolls JUST like a Cobra. If you haven't rolled a Cobra you're missing out
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Old 09-01-2013, 11:28 PM
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I've rolled quite successfully with a Opto Vision. Rolls a lot like a Star Roadrunner for me.

Kings are quite popular to roll. Eric McCabe, touts the Renegade as a good roller, but you need a cannon for that to be true. Diamonds would be easy to get turned over, but the lightweights probably won't roll as well.
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