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Old 12-16-2013, 08:18 PM
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I have been looking for a new driver. I have our grown the Innova Boss and I need a new driver. What are your personal favorites?
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Old 12-16-2013, 08:21 PM
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Underworld and/or Teebird for me, but I don't have the arm for anything much faster
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Old 12-16-2013, 08:32 PM
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The main disc i drive with is the Roc3 , followed by the Teebird.
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Feel comfortable enough after several months trying out Legacy Cannons that they are replacing Nukes as my primary drivers. Icon plastic 166 gram for no or downwind, Pinnacle plastic 169g for a little headwind, and 174 icon very overstable for big skips or lots of headwind.
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Old 12-16-2013, 08:36 PM
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I have been looking for a new driver. I have our grown the Innova Boss and I need a new driver. What are your personal favorites?
out grown a boss? how do you exactly out grow a disc?...
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Old 12-16-2013, 08:41 PM
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Blizzard Wraith. I can get it out there a little farther than a Surge.
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Old 12-16-2013, 08:46 PM
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not to mention, how do you outgrow a speed 13 disc?

well, my workhorses are PD. i throw an SPD for moderately overstable and a PPD for everything else. my PPD has beaten into an amazing line shaper. hyzerflips and turnovers, but can still hold hyzer as well. i will be getting a new one soon. eventually the SPD will beat in and i will probably just roll with two SPD and a beat to **** PPD. the seasoned PPD powers down AMAZINGLY. i do not use true "fairways" right now, and don't see a need to yet. i'm sure i'll find a course that makes me reconsider.

my distance drivers/low line distance discs are destroyers.

bottom stamp star for big time beef, hurricane winds.
regular star destroyer for workhorse duty.
flat top star for slightly understable, hyzerflips so i can really crank them on low lines and still shape it.

same deal; eventually the regular star destroyer will season and i can use the flat top for rollers. i do a LOT of field work so hopefully it won't take too long.

i use PD for everything up to 400 in open fields and destroyers anytime i'm trying to push past that or throw far on a low line, getting skips for more distance, etc.
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Old 12-16-2013, 08:47 PM
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I'm a Beast man myself, but am awaiting a Leopard to arrive to see how that goes. Short holes get the Buzzz.
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Hurricane. Fairly stable. Beats in. Real nice. It's a lot like a Destroyer. You haven't outgrown your Boss. Unless your average distance is 750' or so.
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not to mention, how do you outgrow a speed 13 disc?

well, my workhorses are PD. i throw an SPD for moderately overstable and a PPD for everything else. my PPD has beaten into an amazing line shaper. hyzerflips and turnovers, but can still hold hyzer as well. i will be getting a new one soon. eventually the SPD will beat in and i will probably just roll with two SPD and a beat to **** PPD. the seasoned PPD powers down AMAZINGLY. i do not use true "fairways" right now, and don't see a need to yet. i'm sure i'll find a course that makes me reconsider.

my distance drivers/low line distance discs are destroyers.

bottom stamp star for big time beef, hurricane winds.
regular star destroyer for workhorse duty.
flat top star for slightly understable, hyzerflips so i can really crank them on low lines and still shape it.

same deal; eventually the regular star destroyer will season and i can use the flat top for rollers. i do a LOT of field work so hopefully it won't take too long.

i use PD for everything up to 400 in open fields and destroyers anytime i'm trying to push past that or throw far on a low line, getting skips for more distance, etc.
I kinda out grown a Boss because I was putting to much spin on it, I have been temp using the Destroyer and I am getting about 475.
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