peppermack wrote:Ahhh....bringing back this thread....I have two that I got for my birthday last month....and after a bit of work....they are serious monster D discs. I can't say though that I get much high speed turn with them though...maybe when they are broken in. I throw a serious anny on it to start out and it goes and goes....flips baack flat and then fades out at about 450'. the other thing that I love is that this disc is nearly totally untroubled by the wind.....I can rip it in a headwind, crosswind, whatever, and it does what it normally would. I love it, especially because it is ALWAYS windy here. Does anyone know if there are certain colors that are more domey than others...I search the threads for it but could not nail it down....no stores stock it around here so I order them and I want to know what colors to look for....in closing...a monster d disc with crazy skipability.
MandShowI wrote:so if u want a flippy disc..go lighter..you want a meathook? go heavy.
black udder wrote:MandShowI wrote:so if u want a flippy disc..go lighter..you want a meathook? go heavy.
This is sorta funny since I've only seen them in the 173g-175g range
I think when we talk flippy, we're only talking about folks driving 400' or more (and reasonable form).
Lakewoodhillsdgleague wrote:Has anyone else noticed that the First Run Boss's are much less stable than the standard CE stamped Boss? My friend has the FR and I have the standard and his flies a lot like a wraith and mine is like an excalibur. I throw 350-375 and I can control the FR but the standard just goes straight left out of my hand....
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