BentElbow11 wrote:Throw the Beast right and it can be a very straight driver. No doubt some champs are more stable than others. Usual culprit is PLH, but compare the amount of dome too.
BentElbow11 wrote:Well, that's a P-PD for you. Beast shouldn't have a dump fade. Thrown fairly low and on a rope, my champ Beasts would be pretty straight with almost no fade. A little turn, hardly noticeable, and no real fade. In fact they'd usually land a few feet right of center. This was never at max power though, and I was hyzer-flipping them. Match your 2 champs up and see what's going on, especially the PLH of both.
BentElbow11 wrote:Oh, you mean one of them is the original overstable Beast mold? The new mold Beast should be flying less stable than the old mold, worn or not.
UncleBrother2001 wrote:BentElbow11 wrote:Oh, you mean one of them is the original overstable Beast mold? The new mold Beast should be flying less stable than the old mold, worn or not.
Yes but it is very worn in and flies just like a brand new Beast of today.
While I was running my errands I kind of snuck to the course for about 30 minutes and drove that long hole with the Beasts some more. My arm was still a little sore,but I did it anyways.
My Champion is freakishly Stable,you would have to throw it to see it's flight and the fade it has. Both my G-Star and Old Mold Champion has more of an S-Flight. There is still some good fade at the end,but I don't have a Monster arm so that may be why it has fade or it could be the hole. I did break 400ft finally with my Newer Champion and my G-Star Beast Earlier today. On that long Straight hole when I get it on the edge of the hill leading up to the basket that is right around the 400ft mark. I was probably pushing maybe 405ft with those 2 shots.
I did However notice that my Discs fly better when I just use a Regular X Step and not one that has 4 or 5 steps. Something about when I add those steps in it messes with my hips or opens them up or something. I just know that using a regular X-Step I can feel the disc rip out of my hand better plus I can hear an audible snap sometimes. The only reason I figured this out was when I was working on just snap and finesse I was just taking 1 step and throwing. Made me realize something was wrong with my form taking a lot of my power away. Yeah I still had my accuracy with a 4 step throw,but I guess over time I just got use to having some poor form I think and just keep using it.
So now I got to relearn my turnover shots again since I'm only going to use 3 steps now. Last time I used a 3 step throw was back in 2004 I believe.
Oh and movie was good. We watched the Movie Homefront with Jason Statham.
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