Ok, I've been looking for something that I can throw farther than a 175 Pro Wraith. After these get beat in they get pretty flippy, but I didn't really want to try another Boss. I had a Champ and it was like throwing a brick for me. I can throw the Wraith's 400' consistently, so a (168ish) Pro boss or a heavier (170-172) R-pro Boss would accomplish this task I've been searching for an answer to? Or would I just be better off sticking with the Wraith's? Btw, this is more for open holes just to have that option. And, just to break my 400' plateau.
I just have a feeling the Pro is going to be really overstable from the start and take some real beating to get to the point it will flip for me, and by the time it gets to that nice spot. Then it will get all Flip city like a beat Wraith does to me.
Usually hyzer flips flat and would just go straight and end slightly back left. Then seemed like just a few weeks later. I watched the same disc go from pretty extreme hyzer, flip up flat and finish way right. And, done this several throws after this. I stopped throwing it as much, and now it's winter and I rarely throw this disc at all cause I've been lacking in power recently due to the cold. But, still getting pretty good distance after discing down. I'm not expecting to break distance records in the winter anyway.
I'm just worried it will only be in that sweet spot like the wraith did for a short time it seemed. Also, since It will pretty much only be used on pretty open stuff, it would take a good long while to break it in to that point, making that sweet spot harder to obtain, and when I do then it'll just be a fleeting moment and be a lot of work for nothing. Kind of making me Lean more toward a heavier R-pro since it's only gonna be used on open stuff. But, everyone says they are insane flip machines.
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