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Old 03-21-2012, 05:49 PM
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I have:

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4x JK Pro Valk
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Old 03-21-2012, 05:49 PM
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This is my all time favorite disc and I have accumulated quite the collection over the years. To answer your Q's...

1. SE, CE, Star, Pro, DX, JK, Glow
2. CE and Star
3. Anyone who hates doesn't know nor appreciate this amazing disc! World Record Holder for distance!!!
4. Use CE for hyzer flip/anny through woods and tight fairways. Star is used for more open shots that need controlled distance.

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Old 03-21-2012, 05:50 PM
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Valkyrie is a good disc. I used to throw it for my main driver, but now I throw the Striker instead.

Valk is a great disc at 150 grams. Used for big tailwind distance and easy turnovers. (I use a Diamond now).

It wouldn't bother me at all to go back to the Valkyrie, but I've become disenchanted with Innova in general. If it wasn't for the Pig and the Rhyno, I wouldn't own one. (The DX Teebird I just bought flew great, but the "candle wax" it's made out of won't last me a dozen rounds. Innova sux.

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Old 03-21-2012, 05:57 PM
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your getting close!
i know the 2nd runs were super stable.
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Old 03-21-2012, 06:04 PM
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I just retired my 1st ace disc, 175 star valk. (only disc i'll retire)
I replaced it with a 175 glo valk
i carry a 167 beat star valk for rollers or sky annys

And i have 3 glo and one star in the garage as backups, I love the valk. Easy D, nice lines, great for noobs, and pros.
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Old 03-21-2012, 06:05 PM
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The second runs look really flat, I won't buy them as they are expensive, hard to replace, and I could just buy a cheaper, more stable mold if I wanted a more stable disc.
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Old 03-21-2012, 06:08 PM
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This is my all time favorite disc and I have accumulated quite the collection over the years. To answer your Q's...

1. SE, CE, Star, Pro, DX, JK, Glow
2. CE and Star
3. Anyone who hates doesn't know nor appreciate this amazing disc! World Record Holder for distance!!!
4. Use CE for hyzer flip/anny through woods and tight fairways. Star is used for more open shots that need controlled distance.
Good information JR. JR, what weight is your star valk? Does anyone know the specifics on how the 5x JK's fly?
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I think the Flow might be a bit more stable in general. I've only throw the Flow a couple times but it help up to some decent power; power that would have flipped a Valk. Just my two cents.
Cool thanks for the info. I like the Flow for that stability it throws like a longer Teebird for me. I can turn it right some but it always comes back at the low speed. I think I'll stick with the Flow and SurgeSS but maybe a Valk is what I was looking for in the Opto Bolt and didn't find.
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Old 03-21-2012, 06:10 PM
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I would like to see some historical annual sales volumn numbers from Innova on the Valk vs. other discs. I bet it would be top five for a majority of the years.
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i know the 2nd runs were super stable.
this is what i have heard also....

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