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Re: Full Discraft Bag - My findings

Postby Hyzerline49 » Sun Jul 24, 2011 10:00 pm

Trey133 wrote:Blurr - Is the flash kinda like an orc? I threw one about 3 weeks ago and forgot to pick it up out at the field. Its gone now but I don't really remember the flight too well.

Iman522 - I'm using Z plastic for the Avengers. I'm sorry I didn't specify, I'll fix my post. Regarding the Hornet, I had a short love affair with it, but I feel like I can throw the Drone sooooo hard! Its almost like a security blanket, when I get in the crap, I've resorted to just throwing the drone out of it reaaaaally hard and fighting through the brush.

Jnecessaary - I've got 3 utility type discs that I'm kinda running through my head regarding rolling, one may make it in the bag purely dependent on the situation. When I was at worlds last year I forgot to bring a roller disc, and luckily my CE leopard didn't mind filling in the position. At Delaware my leopard roller was not as long as if I had brought out my beat eagle but it sufficed. I'm hoping that after some more beating in, maybe one of the Avengers can also fill the roller position. The other 3 that I mentioned earlier are 1) Z Flick for thumbers/forehand rollers (not in the bag at the moment) 2) Super beat 04 Tracker (rolls similarly to a CE TL) 3) Cryztal Z avenger SS (good god it rolls like a champ right out of the box).

they didn't make trackers in 04... sorry, i had to...
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Re: Trying a little more discmania now

Postby Trey133 » Tue Jul 26, 2011 1:00 pm

05? players cup edition

I'm not too up on the craft, played with it for around 3 months.
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Re: Trying a little more discmania now

Postby new013 » Tue Jul 26, 2011 2:33 pm

I currently have two champ TL's, a SE TL and a champ banshee as my fairway drivers. I want to add something a bit more stable than my champ TL's and longer. I've been field testing a Starfire and seem to like it but was wondering if a PD could fill that spot as well. Thoughts?
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Re: Trying a little more discmania now

Postby Trey133 » Tue Jul 26, 2011 3:54 pm

Do you want it to be like a fairway slot? because you might just want to throw a wraith in the bag, it will be longer, and more stable than your champ TL's.

I used to throw 2 TL's and a TB in my fairway driver slots, and would just club up to a lighter star wraith when I wanted some more D.
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Re: Trying a little more discmania now

Postby rusch_bag » Tue Jul 26, 2011 6:21 pm

I think you missed my post on the bottom of the previous page, but do you find yourself having a gap in between your mids and fairway drivers?
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Re: Trying a little more discmania now

Postby Hyzerline49 » Tue Jul 26, 2011 10:11 pm

Trey133 wrote:05? players cup edition

I'm not too up on the craft, played with it for around 3 months.

yup, those are the best lol. thats what i throw...
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Re: Trying a little more discmania now

Postby Trey133 » Mon Aug 01, 2011 9:13 am

Do you want to trade anything for those? I have two and I don't have any use for them.

@ Rusch_Bag - Nah I don't think there is too big of a gap there. I used to have a ce leopard in between my mids and my PD's but after I lost it I put an S-TD in the bag and have been beating it up hoping that it will be good to power down on.

Right now I'm throwing rocs around 300 and comets a little over if the ceiling allows. The MD2 I have in the bag is longer than both the comets and rocs but I don't pull it out all that often. When I power down my used PD's I can range them around 340 pretty efficiently so I think I have most distances covered if needed. If I had another beat in leopard though I'd probably put it in :)
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Re: Trying a little more discmania now

Postby Hyzerline49 » Mon Aug 01, 2011 9:49 pm

Trey133 wrote:Do you want to trade anything for those? I have two and I don't have any use for them.

@ Rusch_Bag - Nah I don't think there is too big of a gap there. I used to have a ce leopard in between my mids and my PD's but after I lost it I put an S-TD in the bag and have been beating it up hoping that it will be good to power down on.

Right now I'm throwing rocs around 300 and comets a little over if the ceiling allows. The MD2 I have in the bag is longer than both the comets and rocs but I don't pull it out all that often. When I power down my used PD's I can range them around 340 pretty efficiently so I think I have most distances covered if needed. If I had another beat in leopard though I'd probably put it in :)

what weight are they? id be willing to trade if they are 172+.... just let me know what you are looking for, and im sure we could work something out
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Re: Trying a little more discmania now

Postby Trey133 » Mon Aug 22, 2011 4:47 pm

I apologize, I didn't follow up fast enough and let them get swooped at a tournament this weekend. JMoody has them now (he's a member on here if you want to PM him)
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Re: Trying a little more discmania now

Postby Trey133 » Mon Aug 22, 2011 4:53 pm

IDK if I've changed anything but I figured I'd update anyways.

Putters:
KC Aviars for throwing/putting
CE Rhyno

Mids:
MD2 - This is a good girl, I'm getting more of them soon : )
3x Roc - from flippy to stable

Fairway:
1 TD - Champy star mmmm tasty
3 PD - flippy star, stable star, c-line
1 Firebird - glow champ super overstable

Drivers:
2 DD2's - flippy and new
1 PD2 - Overstable
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Re: Trying a little more discmania now

Postby Frank Delicious » Tue Aug 23, 2011 9:52 am

Do the flippy PD and the TD overlap?
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Re: Trying a little more discmania now

Postby Trey133 » Wed Aug 24, 2011 7:36 am

Yes indeed they do.

Both handle just about the same line, but that flippy PD has been in the bag for so long that I cannot justify ever taking it out. Its my favorite disc in the bag. So I use the TD for rollers, and shots where I would want to pull out my flippy PD but don't want to lose it. (mostly water)
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Re: Trying a little more discmania now

Postby Frank Delicious » Wed Aug 24, 2011 8:25 am

That is pretty much how I use my TD when it's bagged also versus my flippy Orion. The overlap is really keeping me from throwing it more.
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Re: Trying a little more discmania now

Postby Trey133 » Wed Aug 24, 2011 8:32 am

Yea. If I hadn't thrown PD's before throwing the TD I'd probably have 2 TD's and 1 fresh PD combo and would probably love it. But those PD's in the bag have never really done me wrong for over 2 years now so they stay.
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Re: Trying a little more discmania now

Postby Trey133 » Thu Oct 06, 2011 3:33 pm

So. I got my discmania stash now. And I have no clue what to throw!!! I want to build a new bag of all freshy fresh discs to see what I can do but at the same time I don't wanna mess up anything.

Current Bag:
Putters:
2x KC Aviars

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1 JK Aviar
1 D-P2
1 S-P2

Middies
2 MD2 (1 C-Line / 1 P-Line)
1 Dx Roc (Will Shusterick's fav KC 25 year rocs)
1 11x flippy roc

Fairways
3 PDs (1 thrashed S-line, 1 new S-line, 1 gently used C-line)
1 S-TD (gently used)
1 Glow Firebird

Distance guys
C-PD2 (hand searched through the factory to find one of the most sickeningly overstable PD2 in the world)
P-PD2 - This ones interesting. Great grip, super stable, and I think I can start seasoning this to be a very eagleish long range disc. It losses HSS before LSS so it developes that "S" line pretty fast.
C-DD2
Teedevil - This one is the most in use of the bunch. I like these things!!!
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