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Old 12-29-2013, 06:40 PM
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Default Under stable Westside/Dynamic drivers

I'm hoping to throw more Westside/Dynamic this year. I'm looking for a good under stable driver in both brands. Comparable to the red and white first run esp surge. Any help would be appreciated.
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Old 12-29-2013, 06:58 PM
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Northman and Underworld are understable, can't speak to how similar they are to a FR Surge though...
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Old 12-29-2013, 07:06 PM
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Trespass is understable at high speed and for bigger arms. The Renegade even more so for players with shorter arms. Both from DD. They are also releasing an understable speed 7-ish fairway next that compliments the Escape a speed 9 fairway-control driver. It's similar to a valkyrie I think. High speed you will get some turn or thrown with hyzer they flip to flat and go pretty straight with fade.

Underworld is a great roller or turnover speed 7 fairway but it's nothing like a surge really. It's pretty flippy. It's more like a faster leopard.
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Is there a reason for not wanting any Latitude 64? They make the discs for Dynamic Discs and Westside so they have the same plastics and awesome glide.
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Thanks for all the info fellas. I'm not real familiar with Lat64 is the only reason I only mentioned WS/DD. I am open to an suggestions about Lat64 drivers as we'll. I have been throwing only Discraft for the past 8 years and have found DD/WS make great comparable disc to Discraft. Want to start the season off with some new blood.
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In Lat id try out the Fury and the River, both are great understable discs.... especially the River. Goldline Strikers are really nice once they break in too.
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River and Underworld. Anyone can make those things fly far. However neither are anything like a Surge.
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River and Underworld. Anyone can make those things fly far. However neither are anything like a Surge.
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Lat 64 flow would be the most wraith/surge like. DD renegade if you want a already seasoned surge(I used to throw orange first run surges). Heavy VIP northman might work also(if your surge is on the well used side)
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Thanks for all the info fellas. I'm not real familiar with Lat64 is the only reason I only mentioned WS/DD. I am open to an suggestions about Lat64 drivers as we'll. I have been throwing only Discraft for the past 8 years and have found DD/WS make great comparable disc to Discraft. Want to start the season off with some new blood.
i love me some Lat64
fury, vision, and saint for control drivers
flow and bolt are faster drivers
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