JR wrote:Not bad but a Flash to 400' means enough power to get many new bombers consistently farther. Excatly which one suits you the best is guesswork with this data because your hand size, grip strength and comfort with wide wings are mysteries. Which fast discs have you tried and what were your gripes about them?
JR wrote:Was your Destroyer in Pro plastic? That does exactly what you describe as they wear. They gain some distance vs a new disc. Destroyers have a pretty strong fade and are slower than Bosses so they split players. I'm also in the camp for whom Bosses are longer than Destros and i don't have enough snap to keep either from fading out. The Boss is farther for me when that happens. I can't say for regular Quasars because the only one i have is atypically overstable thus short. Zero G Quasars fade the least of fast discs and has a low (relatively) power requirement so it doesn't need to mashed so hard. That helps in the grip issues too. Too bad they vary in shape like any disc with air inside the plastic and the durability is less than with regular Champion plastic.
For smaller rim and little fade Innova Beast is the longest of discs in that speed range. Going one notch faster and more fading Z Surge SS is also easy to throw controllably. Regular Surge then minding that FLX is more fading than Z thus shorter. The thing is that they are about as long and on average shorter than the Beast for me YMMV. Domey high outer edge Flows and Wraiths are the next step up in speed and with more fade and again i can't get them any farther than the Beast. The same goes even to the Destros. I need to go to speed 13 to get more distance than the Beast. Because the Beast is longer than the Flash it could work well because the grip is quite similar except the Beast is slightly thinner feeling height wise. Get the hint? Sword is almost like the Destro so it may not be fun for you. IIRC the Flash and the Beast are the same wing width or within 1 mm.
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