I find the discs that are the best at the shot you described are beat versions of stable discs in low end plastic. Actually, that specific shot (higher turnover that doesn't fade) is the reason those types of discs are suggested for the understable driver slot. Once the Leopards get beat in to where they don't fade they'll probably be more squirrley than you'll want.latitude wrote:Problem 1. Sometimes I think my understable driver (Beat Star Leopard) isn't understable enought, when thrown with a big of height it usually comes back in the end, maybe I should try something else, like a 150g Star Leopard and beat it in?
No idea. I've never had that problem. I have a soft Wizard that's visibly warped and it's still pretty stable.Problem 2. My S Wizards seems to loose their stability VERY FAST. Starts out pretty overstable but now after about one month of use it is starting to get understable. My older Wiz (about 1-2 month of use is already really understable) Wtf!?!
I'd keep testing, but my guess would be that you'll end up with the TL. IIRC, Pro TLs have been discontinued, but if you can find some they turn into turnover discs rather quickly and could fill that slot until you get the Stars beat in. Alternatively, you could throw JLSs or XLs in high and mid grade plastics or Cyclones, Gazelles or Eagle-Xs in low grade plastic.Problem 3. Dunno what to use as my Primary Driver. Really liking my Star Leopards on calm days, but I feel I can't trust 'em when the wind is blowing. The Star TL is completely new to my bag, testing it out. Seems really nice, more stable them the Leopards. Maybe I should get myselt some of these and break 'em in to different stages? Lots of questions
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