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Postby Craig » Thu Nov 16, 2006 4:02 pm

Blake_T wrote:a hyzer flip = a throw that starts with a hyzer angle and flattens and usually (but not always) turns.

a four-direction flight:
disc thrown hard with hyzer to the RIGHT.
the hyzer angle "bites" and pushes right to LEFT.
disc goes left, flattens, turns to the RIGHT
disc pans left to right and flexes back LEFT.

others have described three-direction flight.


A four-direction flight is exactly what I described. Throw with a steep hyzer to the right. Curves to the left until it sits up flat. Then, it turns past flat to the right. Then it tails to the left.
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Postby Frontman311 » Thu Nov 16, 2006 6:15 pm

Blake_T wrote:a hyzer flip = a throw that starts with a hyzer angle and flattens and usually (but not always) turns.

a four-direction flight:
disc thrown hard with hyzer to the RIGHT.
the hyzer angle "bites" and pushes right to LEFT.
disc goes left, flattens, turns to the RIGHT
disc pans left to right and flexes back LEFT.

others have described three-direction flight.


That's insane.
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Postby Bradley Walker » Thu Nov 16, 2006 7:22 pm

Frontman311 wrote:
Blake_T wrote:a hyzer flip = a throw that starts with a hyzer angle and flattens and usually (but not always) turns.

a four-direction flight:
disc thrown hard with hyzer to the RIGHT.
the hyzer angle "bites" and pushes right to LEFT.
disc goes left, flattens, turns to the RIGHT
disc pans left to right and flexes back LEFT.

others have described three-direction flight.


That's insane.


No, that's cool. I need to try that one.
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Postby Frontman311 » Thu Nov 16, 2006 11:26 pm

What would the desired stability of a disc be to throw that kinda shot?
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Postby jiwaburst » Fri Nov 17, 2006 1:36 am

What would the desired stability of a disc be to throw that kinda shot?


best: something originally stable beat to understable and in base plastic.
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Postby Terrence » Fri Nov 17, 2006 10:32 pm

Frontman311 wrote:What would the desired stability of a disc be to throw that kinda shot?


Traverse City, eh? Next time you play Hickory Hills, take a slightly worn DX Valkyrie (165-170g) to hole 19 and chuck it with a hyzer angle down the right side of that ski slope, then watch it fly damn near to the basket on a nice hyzer-flip line. The one time i played that course I made an eagle because it's so easy to throw it nearly 500' down that hill. The extreme downhill shots make it easier to hyzer-flip because the slope makes discs act less stable.
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Postby Timko » Sat Nov 18, 2006 10:24 am

jiwaburst wrote:
What would the desired stability of a disc be to throw that kinda shot?


best: something originally stable beat to understable and in base plastic.


Something that is "true stable," beat in, and in base plastic.
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Postby domromer » Sat Nov 18, 2006 2:27 pm

Which type of disc is better for a hyzer flip, overstable , stable , or understable?
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Postby Blake_T » Sat Nov 18, 2006 2:53 pm

read the post before yours for an answer to the question.

you need something understable enough to flatten/flip, but stable/overstable enough to fly predictably after the flatten/flip.
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