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Postby jeremy » Fri Apr 18, 2008 2:52 pm

I used to carry about 10 different molds, but I have narrowed it down to 6
Tell me what you think.
2 Pro Destroyers
2 Pro Wraiths
2 11X Champ Tee Birds
1 Rancho Roc
2 ESP Comets
1 12X KC Pro Aviar
3 San marino Avairs (early runs)
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Postby garublador » Fri Apr 18, 2008 2:54 pm

The Wraiths and Destroyers overlap some. I'd pick something with stabalizers for your moderately overstable driver (I'm assuming that's what the Destroyers are for). I'd also add a very overstable driver.
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Postby jeremy » Fri Apr 18, 2008 3:01 pm

Wraiths and Destroyers are for Hyzer flips. Wraiths are for big annies and backhand rollers primarly.
My Tee birds are pretty stable 11X Champ they can handle some stuff thats what i usually drive with on longer holes. What do you recomend?
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Postby garublador » Fri Apr 18, 2008 3:09 pm

You may not have issues with the Destroyer. I just find that really fast discs with stabalizers seem to be more predictable than really, really fast discs without them but YMMV. It's usually more apparent with higher winds or when the disc beats in more. I like the Z Avenger or Champ/Star Starfire (I haven't tried the ESP Avenger) but I know people have had luck with others. Z Crushes and SOLFs seem to come to mind.
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Postby jeremy » Fri Apr 18, 2008 3:48 pm

I do go thru Destroyer's really quick, they loose there stability very fast, and are very sensitive to nose angle. I have some Champ Starfires that I like, but was trying to limit molds in the bag and dropped them out. Do you recomend putting them back in one is a 1st run CFR and the other is just a newer Champ, but were dropped in the mold limiting.
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Postby TeeRexJJ » Fri Apr 18, 2008 8:43 pm

unless there for really different situations i wouldn't think four aviars are neccesary. that being said also maybe it doesn't matter because it's all the same mold. just something i saw
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Postby jeremy » Fri Apr 18, 2008 9:28 pm

1 really beat for short quick turnovers
1 moderately beat
1 newer that I'm working in
The KC Pro is more stable and chan hold up to a little power and will come back a little on the anny

One thing I hate is to get a disc broken in to where I want it, being a putter usually takes a year to a year and a half and something happen and having to start from scratch. I like to keep rotation going on.
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