Dag wrote:Now if I could just get the damn thing to listen.
True fact: Most discs are born deaf. Those that aren't don't listen.
Dag wrote:I have no problem telling the disc what I want it to do, at times rather loudly. Now if I could just get the damn thing to listen.
Dookville wrote:Anyone sidearming with 150's discs. I have a 153g flat top gummy Teebird that I've been using with some success, but it ain't smooth off the fingers by any means. I would like to find something really overstable in the 150's that is smooth out of the hand. I've heard that Boss's at the low weights are ridiculously overstable.
Spike wrote:What could lighter weight drivers (perhaps 150-class) do for me?
With somewhere around 85% power I usually throw 350’ with a full weight Teebird . . . I have only tried 150-discs that are on the understable side, like Leopard, XL, Dragon, Diamond, but these get too flippy. Apart from that, I usually pick +170g discs.
Spike wrote:Thanks. That sounds like a good idea, but I may be looking for something slightly faster than a Teebird to start the 150 experience with. But I'm not sure. Esp Avenger, OLF and S PD are available in 150-class, how would they compare?
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