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Old 08-10-2016, 05:42 AM
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I have a DX Roc cycle going. Tried a lot of mids, just click with the Roc. I carry two, one new, one beat to almost straight and an ESP comet.

When the cold weather comes, I switch to a G* roc3 and my Red ESP Comet.
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Old 08-10-2016, 06:05 PM
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I just got my rocs to the point of being s real cycle. DX that turns over really well, DX that goes nice and straight maybe a little turn, DX that fades a little, KC that still fades a good bit. I could beat the turnover rock in a little more, looking to get it like my oldest aviar, about 20 degrees of hyzer big, giant hyzer flip to turnover machine. I just need a longer version and this roc is getting there
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Old 08-11-2016, 02:40 PM
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Yes. I couldn't play without at least 2 Rocs.

I have a fairly beefy Glow Roc3 that is really flat for holding any line in most conditions w/ a strong finish.

A well-seasoned 1x FT Roc3 that flies DEAD straight with a slight hyzer, but can me manipulated into a lot of lines. Flies likes a brand new flat Mako3 basically. More HSS though.

I finish it up with 2 or 3 KC Pro Rocs of varying years and wear. They just keep getting more US as I go down the line.

The ONLY shot I am missing is a RocX/ RocOS/ RocPro type of disc. Give me a Roc, with Hornet stability or 4x Kenny Glow stability and I will never need a another midrange mold.
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Old 08-11-2016, 07:50 PM
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Yes. I couldn't play without at least 2 Rocs.

I have a fairly beefy Glow Roc3 that is really flat for holding any line in most conditions w/ a strong finish.

A well-seasoned 1x FT Roc3 that flies DEAD straight with a slight hyzer, but can me manipulated into a lot of lines. Flies likes a brand new flat Mako3 basically. More HSS though.

I finish it up with 2 or 3 KC Pro Rocs of varying years and wear. They just keep getting more US as I go down the line.

The ONLY shot I am missing is a RocX/ RocOS/ RocPro type of disc. Give me a Roc, with Hornet stability or 4x Kenny Glow stability and I will never need a another midrange mold.
Z Wasp good sir. Or a VIP Bard if you're okay with a slight jump up in speed.
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Old 08-11-2016, 08:15 PM
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Z Wasp good sir. Or a VIP Bard if you're okay with a slight jump up in speed.
Agreed 100% on Bard.

It's the beefy RocOS that folks are looking for. The rim does increase speed a smidgen but stability increase subdues distance to make the increase pretty irrelevant.

I will never again fawn over Champ Rocs bc of the Bard locking that slot down in my bag.
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