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Old 02-18-2014, 09:21 PM
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No SP Reef for drives?
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Old 02-19-2014, 10:54 AM
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I've felt up several SP Reefs and have 1. The plastic is too stiff and slick for my preference. It does not feel the same in the hand a D-line either. I'd go for a Proline or Sp Flex if they are ever produced.
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Old 02-19-2014, 11:23 AM
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Need a Titanic.

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Old 02-20-2014, 12:09 AM
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I think the SP Undertow is way better than the Proline version. Same with Squall. As money 21 said, Tsunami will be your control fairway driver. Try a D-line Tsunami while you're waiting for your Proline to season. Also, Proline Titanic makes for a great floaty upshot putter that can handle a little headwind. It will be a great complement to your Reef. I have 2 that feel like ESP FLX. Although I have 3, I don't find much use for the Rogue. Maybe it's because I have 8 Hurricanes that are all over the place in terms of stability.

So, I would add an SP Undertow and a Proline Titanic for sure.
i agree that beat hurricane could push the rogue out of the bag but until they are beat you need the understable driver.
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Old 02-20-2014, 12:20 AM
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really great bag for me any additions are gravy...but gravy is delicious
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Old 02-20-2014, 03:03 AM
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Love the SP Tsunami for low line shots with a bit of fade and for OH.
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Old 03-04-2014, 10:19 AM
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I'm doing the same thing this yr. Mostly b/c I love Proline plastic. FYI: DGA is discontinuing the Riptide and Shockwave. They say SP is more stable. The First Flight Undertow is a less stable version of the Undertow. (I really need 1st run clarification. Previously thought all 1st runs were more stable)
My plan is getting my favorite molds in different wts. I thought about getting different plastics, but I want consistency. Agreed on the Aftershock. Awesome disc! I have a 169 and I'm ordering a 179. I've heard great things about their new Breaker. Suppost to be a tweener approach. My 168 Undertow (FF) is my turning driver. Amazing control and minimal fade. Im getting a 175 ( non FF) in the hopes it will replace my Leopard.
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Old 03-04-2014, 11:08 AM
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I'm doing the same thing this yr. Mostly b/c I love Proline plastic. FYI: DGA is discontinuing the Riptide and Shockwave. They say SP is more stable. The First Flight Undertow is a less stable version of the Undertow. (I really need 1st run clarification. Previously thought all 1st runs were more stable)
My plan is getting my favorite molds in different wts. I thought about getting different plastics, but I want consistency. Agreed on the Aftershock. Awesome disc! I have a 169 and I'm ordering a 179. I've heard great things about their new Breaker. Suppost to be a tweener approach. My 168 Undertow (FF) is my turning driver. Amazing control and minimal fade. Im getting a 175 ( non FF) in the hopes it will replace my Leopard.
The Riptide has been discontinued for awhile actually, but you are right about the Shockwave. You are also right in that SP is generally more overstable than Proline, but the recent run of Proline Hurricanes are really beefy. I'm loving the one I have now, and plan on going by the warehouse soon to get a few more.
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Old 03-04-2014, 12:20 PM
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Declarkus, I think you will be missing out by not trying the SP plastic, especially Squall and Undertow.

Ghost, do you have any First Flight Hurricanes? Can you provide a verbal description of how they are physically different from the production run?
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Old 03-04-2014, 12:36 PM
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I've considered an SP Undertow for the stability. Is it noticibly straighter?
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