BentElbow11 wrote:Several, but most won't be understable molds like the Tern. Lack of stability and more glide tend to go together. What stretches distance and keeps a disc in the air longer, rather than fading out early? Turn, or more specifically turnover.
BentElbow11 wrote:Glide shouldn't be shortening distance under any circumstances. Nose up will, or the rare elevator effect can, as the disc lifts up quickly and loses momentum.
Maybe a Rogue or Surge SS? They should be pretty close to a champ Tern in stability. Not as fast and maybe a little less glide. Or even the Crank, like we've discussed before.
I don't know about the Nuke idea. That's a step up in speed, stability, and rim width.
UncleBrother2001 wrote:I'm looking for a Max distance Driver to compare to a Tern.
I really really enjoy my Terns when I'm on with them,but sometimes I feel the Glide of these things hold my distance back because of how high they go when you hit it wrong. I feel if the Tern had less glide,lets say a 4 instead of a 6,you could probably get more distance with it. Am I wrong thinking that?
So I'm on the search for a disc to throw side by side with a Tern.
The only thing I can think of is a Nuke.
Anything else with less glide I could try?
PMantle wrote:The X I picked out had lots of dome and lowest PLH of any other in store. Still not seen an understable one in Z or ESP. Not at my power anyway.
Overall, we’d rate the Kastaplast Rask at 13, 3.5, -0.25 to 0, 4 to 4.5. It requires some power to really get it up to speed and is a very stable flier. If you have a weaker arm, expect less turn and a little more fade. Bigger arms will be able to get it up to speed and see a full fight from the Rask.
UncleBrother2001 wrote: Now my Champion Tern flies nice and stable.
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