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Gateway Disc Sports
Raging Inferno

Type: Driver
Diameter: 21.0cm
Available Weights: 163-175g
Plastic: NA

Raging Inferno
Flight Rating Category Value What Gateway says:
A faster and more overstable version of the Inferno. The combination of speed and stability make it the longest flying disc into a headwind.
Maximum Flight Speed NA
Resistance To High Speed Turn NA
Amount Of Low Speed Fade NA
Propensity To Fade NA
Glide NA
Relative Distance NA
Qualitative Analysis Value
Recommended Skill Level NA
Predictability NA
Uniformity Of Break In Period NA
Overall Durability NA Description of the Ratings System.

Player Reviews

Posted 06-03-07
Submitted by JD Hazel JHBLADER86@aol.com
PDGA: 31415
Location: Bowling Green, KY
Level: Amateur
Avg Drive: 400
Disc Weights: 172
Review: The Raging Inferno DT, by Quest AT, is definitely the fastest and farthest driver ever! Before I was using Pro Wraiths, and while Wraiths are awesome once I switched to the Raging Inferno DT I immediately saw huge improvements in my distance. Before, I was lucky to get 330 ft. but now I can get a consistent 375' to even 400' if all the elements are in order. The disc is slightly understable so in order to achieve maximum distance throw with hyzer and WATCH IT GO! The dimples trap air causing the disc to glide more, and combine that with its already fast speed and this baby flies a country mile! This driver converted me to Quest AT and Gateway discs. INNOVA and Discraft make great discs (esp. the FLX Buzzz which is the best disc in the game), but if you are an Am. like me trying to improve your game then start with the Raging Inferno DT!
Posted 05-02-07
Submitted by josh Disc Weights: 169
Review: This raging inferno DT seems to be holding up well, disc is great for big strong flip-hyzers, phantasmagorically long into the wind on up-and-out annhyzers; flat out ripping and not necessarily the most control I would (for comparison's sake)say this is as fast as anything else available, has high speed turn of an 03' beast or champ orc, and its fade is straight to slight hyzer...when cruising this disc fades gently and late into flight...great distance with this thing
Posted 05-02-07
Submitted by JohnTS71 johnts71@hotmail.com
Location: San Antonio
Level: Amateur
Disc Weights: 172
Review: I got this disc 3 months ago and as advertised it does indeed go farther but....the plastic its made out of is cheap. I must have got the standard plastic...not the SRP. I emailed gateway and they are sending me a new disc free of charge. Thank you Gateway! This disc added about 20-40 yards to my distance
Posted 02-24-07
Submitted by braucher braucher@sssnet.com
Product Name: raging inferno dt
Disc Weights: 170
Review: this disc has the speed of a wraith/trex, stability of starfire/wraith, and fade of an orc. this thing screams out of your hand wicked fast. stats flat then a slight flip before the final glide. it glides extremely well and straight then fades very little. it added 30-40 ft to my teeshots no problem. grip is comfortable and plastic is innova star quality. this is an improvement on the inferno. the two feel and fly nothing alike in my opinion. the raging inferno dt is a keeper. big arms could find this too understable mabye. i can throw it at 80% or 100% and it flies the same stability wise. in fact it seems to fly better when released flatter versus hyzer/flip. its not finnicky like a trex as far as being speed sensitive. and the dimples are cool.
Posted 02-22-07
Submitted by patrick mysteryman007_2000@yahoo.com
Location: lynchburg,va
Level: Amateur
Avg Drive: 300
Disc Weights: 176
Review: this disc is good as adivertised. it does go far with less power. of course more power, farther it will go. it is easy to grip and releases well. flies like a star starfire but at a higher speed.
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