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Old 10-25-2019, 03:06 PM
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Definitely the Stego. You can crank on that thing on a sky roller line into a headwind all day and it will almost immediately come back to flat and hyzer back out. I don't even see the purpose of such a disc.
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Old 10-25-2019, 03:07 PM
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Default Most Over stable Disc

Discraft Machete is up there. I bag one but I know a lot of people consider it bonkers. I find it to be the most comfortable of the highly over stable molds that I have tried.

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Old 10-25-2019, 03:09 PM
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Discraft Machete is up there. I bag one but I know a lot of people consider it bonkers.
Specifically the Z FLX Machete... but the Stego is still more overstable.

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Old 10-25-2019, 03:28 PM
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Old 10-25-2019, 03:30 PM
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I had a Spirit once. I couldn't throw it so I put it in my car. It was so overstable it made my car run off the left side of the road.

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Old 10-25-2019, 03:44 PM
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Rask is overstable enough for any wind without being as dumpy as my two votes

Flat old Spirit (just got two new flat spirits, can comment later)

Metal Flake Max.

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Old 10-25-2019, 03:56 PM
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100% Stego

The harder you throw it the more OS it gets. Nothing in the world like it. Destroyer power only dives it to the ground faster.


Next beefy I've thrown is probably a metal flake concrete slab. That thing hit the ground like it was on fire.

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I have made it my mission in life to answer this question.

Putter; Stego- super OS and also glidess. The Armor runs are punishingly OS. They run out of gas and dive to the ground like a dead bird.

Midrange- Moonshine Justice, while it can be beat into have some semblance of glide it starts out as a dumb brick of a disc. I love it.

Fairway; the Tachyon 4.1LF(also most OS large diameter disc) is a pure OS hate machine. Flexes like a champ, the Moab is it’s modern incarnation in champy plastic and it’s either as OS or very close.

Control driver; the metal flake FAF Max, flat Diamond Spirit, and the first run C line Slab, Neutron Flare and super opaque FAF Firebirds. These are all their own brand of OS. Some have some glide, others fade harder, hard to say.

Distance drivers; first run K1 Rask(they mellowed these slightly after that), flat Opto Stilettos, and the Neutron Limit.

People will often say VIP War Horse, Fluid Enforcer or Champ Ape here too, but they have enough glide that I would put them in a slightly different category. I have also heard Nuke OS here, but I’ve never had one that was as OS as advertised.

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Even my first run rask isnt as stupid OS as a spirit or MF max. Only gauging this on how long they will hold a turn

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