Fullbag wrote:Distance drivers (for maximum D, around 330-430'):
??. headwind and huge hyzers as well as max d forehands
Innova 12x Star Wraiths, 166 & 167 g, tailwind and long turnovers
Innova DX Valkyrie, 175 g, rollers (which I suck at)
Fullbag wrote:One of my biggest problems are the Wasps. I just don't feel them to be that comfortable and often have early releases. However it's a lot easier to manipulate the distance with them than it is with Buzzzes. Are there any good beadless (over)stable midrange discs out there that could replace Wasp? Preferably in Z/Champion plastic.
disc junkie wrote:I too never like the grip on the Wasp and was in search for the type of mid you are talking about until I found the Gateway Warrior (Retooled Element X)
I HIGHLY recommend the Gateway E Warrior with a flatter top (not the poppy top). It does have a bead but it is also one of the most comfortable discs that I have ever gripped.
Beetard wrote:Well if you wanted all *(star) drivers, maybe a *TL and a *leo for stable and understable control drivers, a *RR and an *orc could serve as understable and overstable distance drivers. The orc for max D forehands too. and then a *firebird or esp predator for your very overstable disc.
BLURR wrote:I would recommend the following in their perspective orders:
Headwinds and hyzers: Spirit, Predator, Firebird.
Max D Forehands: Illusion, Force, PD, Destroyer, Boss, Spirit
Straight: Blurr, Force, Wraith(Heavier), PD
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