Post your Bag Critique Requests, Talk about your Bag set up etc...
Moderators: Timko, Solty, Frank Delicious, Blake_T, Fritz, Booter
Stick with the valk a while, its a good driver to hone form with. How are you liking the predators? Using them for more than just howling winds yet?
squiggly squiggly squiggle
- Disc Whore
- Posts: 3659
- Joined: Fri Dec 23, 2005 12:35 am
- Location: Ft Collins CO
- Favorite Disc: Z Pred
Valks are a great starting disc...I'm just starting to huck them 350_370 accurately of course not with a whole lot of consistency but regardless it rocks a 163 glow valk flys forever with much less effort
- Tree Magnet
- Posts: 170
- Joined: Wed Jul 21, 2010 10:23 am
- Location: Burlington, VT
- Favorite Disc: Buzzz
I would suggest leaving the surge alone for right now, it looks like you're on the right track and I think you might slow your progress if you make that big of a jump in speed and stability. The Tb will be more than OK for your main off the tee driver, in open tailwind situations go with the valk, when you start hitting 350+ with both consistently with a good amount of accuracy maybe then grab an orc or pro wraith IMO.
- 1000 Rated Poster
- Posts: 1059
- Joined: Mon Nov 16, 2009 5:49 pm
- Location: Missouwi
- Favorite Disc: Gwoove
Thatdirtykid wrote:Stick with the valk a while, its a good driver to hone form with. How are you liking the predators? Using them for more than just howling winds yet?
Yea i use preds a few times a round. I throw more spike hyzers w it than i prly should. I'm starting to think i have mad nose up issues as all my discs land in the same zone. Would this be the case?
- Posts: 55
- Joined: Wed Sep 23, 2009 12:26 pm
- Favorite Disc: Roc
Return to Bag Critique / Discussion
Who is online
Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 1 guest