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Morgan's Tried and True

Postby cmlasley » Fri Aug 01, 2008 8:42 am

I've been playing with this bag for about a year now. I'm pretty happy with it. I rotate different discs in and out of it all the time, but the molds never change. In the winter I throw fewer discs, but this is my 3-season bag. My philosophy is to have a disc that will fade hard, go straight, and anny hard in the distance, fairway, midrange, and putter slots.

1. Stable Control Drivers
173g Champ Teebird - hyzers
175 DX Teebird - seasoned straight with very little fade
175 DX Teebird - fairly beat, flip to straight or gentle right turn if thrown flatish

2. Distance Drivers
175g SOLF - seasoned straight with a predictable fade
173g SOLF - beat to Hades for hyzerflips and gentle right turns or hard right turns if thrown with anny

3. Understable Drivers
173g SOLF - same as above
169g DX Teebird - beat to Hades for right turns

4. Moderately Overstable Driver
172g SOLF - newish, tuned overstable
171g DX Banshee - kept in the side pocket for shots where there is danger of disc loss

5. Very Overstable Driver
173g ESP Predator

Midrange Discs
177g DX Rancho Roc - new meaty goodness
180g DX Rancho Roc - seasoned straight with little fade
177g DX Rancho Roc - beat to hyzerflip or turn right

Driving Putters
175g SS Wizard - hyzer Drives, long approaches
175g M Wizard - straight drives
172g SS Wizard - original eraser run beat to Hades for straight approaches with no fade, anny drives

Putting Putters
175g S Wizard - putt and approach
172g S Wizard - putt and approach

Totals: 17 discs, 6 molds
1 Predator
1 Banshee
3 SOLFs
4 Teebirds
3 Rocs
5 Wizards
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Postby nickster9224 » Fri Aug 01, 2008 11:37 am

solid.
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Re: Morgan's Tried and True

Postby adidadg » Fri Aug 01, 2008 11:57 am

cmlasley wrote:172g SOLF - newish, tuned overstable


How do you tune these to be overstable? I sometimes find the flat-topped solfs to be squirrelly.

A very DGR friendly bag.
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Re: Morgan's Tried and True

Postby cmlasley » Fri Aug 01, 2008 1:43 pm

adidadg wrote:
cmlasley wrote:172g SOLF - newish, tuned overstable


How do you tune these to be overstable? I sometimes find the flat-topped solfs to be squirrelly.

A very DGR friendly bag.


http://www.discgolfreview.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=7367&highlight=tune

The above thread has a ton of good info on disc tuning. Watch the video and give it a try.

I lost a 175g 1.2 SOLF about 6 weeks ago. The 1.2s are more domey and overstable than the 1.1s. I tuned this 1.1 and haven't had to replace the 1.2. This 1.1 is now overstable enough to match or exceed the 1.2 in overstability despite its lower weight.

nickster9224 wrote:solid.


Thanks.
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