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Old 12-06-2018, 09:25 PM
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Default X2 discraft undertaker plastic suggestions

Still can’t find a set of 2 discs that I like for my straight to stable flights (one a little more over stable than the other) that I like. To fit between my leopard/sidewinder and my felon. Ive tried a bunch of discs and brands and think the undertaker might be the next discs to look at...


which 2 plastics would pair well together?
I’ve tried a like the x, esp and big z plastics of discraft


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Old 12-06-2018, 09:30 PM
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Try an X, ESP or Z.
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Old 12-06-2018, 11:36 PM
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I carry 3 undertakers: Ti, Z, and a swirly ESP. I use to have a Big Z and lost it so the ESP replaced that one. The Ti is the most stable and for me goes very straight with a hyzer fade at the end. The Z will flip over a little bit before a smaller hyzer finish than the TI. The previous Big Z and current ESP Undertakers I have are both lighter weights (high 160's), and I like them in the woods for hitting particular gaps/angles well. Both the ESP and Big Z are a little less stable than my Z Undertaker. If thrown on the same shot/power as my Z they tended to flip even more and wouldn't hyzer back much.

Try a Z or Big Z first, and then decide to you want more stable (TI, Sparkle Z, Ledgestone GLO Z) or less stable (ESP, X, D) compared to that one.
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Old 12-07-2018, 02:35 AM
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I have a 164g ESP and a 173g Ti Undertaker . . . .and Glow Roadrunner, Luster Leo3 for more US. . and ESP and Big Z Vulture as more OS
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Undertaker is the only fairway I bag.
X: turnovers
ESP: hyzerflip to straight.
TI: less of a hyzerflip, still fades a bit back.
Ledgestone Z-Glo: windy days and flex lines.
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How is CryZtal Sparcle vs Titanium?
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Try an X, ESP or Z.
First response is the best... IMO. I have all the plastics and the best pairing for my throwing style and power is X and Z.

How far are you throwing a stable Undertaker-type disc?
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First response is the best... IMO. I have all the plastics and the best pairing for my throwing style and power is X and Z.

How far are you throwing a stable Undertaker-type disc?
Teebird 350
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Then you'll be fine with the Z/X combo. I bounce back and forth between which plastic I like better. Right now I think I like the X better but then my First Run Zs remind me of how phenomenal they are! Can't go wrong with this combo IMO.
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Then you'll be fine with the Z/X combo. I bounce back and forth between which plastic I like better. Right now I think I like the X better but then my First Run Zs remind me of how phenomenal they are! Can't go wrong with this combo IMO.
-Z or Big Z what’s the difference in stability?
-Is the ESP stability between the Z and X? Or Z and ledgestone glo?
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