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I have a KC Pro roc that is getting some hits. I love it. Its getting stable its my only mid range I throw. Ill even drive with it. I just lost my Buzzz SS so I am going to get another roc.
But I have a few questions:
Does a roc ever get flippy?
Whats the advantage of a flat top roc? Can I get one?
Which mold and plastic should I get?
What is a Roc+?
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Rocs do get flippy. You just have beat them into submission.
Marshall Street often advertises flat tops with their custom stamp. http://www.marshallstreetdiscgolf.com/p ... ll-Street/
Roc+ has a slanted inner rim.
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Ont rocs will flip quicker than the rest.
flat rocs tend to be more beefy.
No idea on this one. (prob what he said)
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The best rocs aren't flat top rocs, rather they have a slight dome. Stick with your run of the mill rancho mold, dx plastic rocs. They take cosmetic damage easily, but it takes a while to really start affecting stability. If you want a roc beat in quicker, look for a san marino (most neutral) or ontario (easiest to get to flippy) rocs. If you want something more durable that will keep its stability longer, go with a kc pro.
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go with dx ranchos... they will take time to beat in, but use them alongside a comet for the time being and you will not be dissapointed.
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