Fightingthetide wrote:That's not the question you need to be asking. Like they said, the flight numbers are relative. You can't throw a speed 12 disc "speed 13". That number is the relative speed of the disc. While it does correspond to the amount of speed needed to make it fly properly, you don't quantify speed in those terms.
What you should ask is "If I throw my Destroyer faster than the speed needed to make it fly properly, will it become less stable?" The answer is yes, but not a lot, unless the disc is beat and/or you have OAT issues.
Oh, and the 3rd number is turn, not fade: Speed - glide - turn - fade
BUT, that is a great question to ask in general. Keep learning! Disc golf has a lot of really fun physics involved.
pask2155 wrote:And do discs hold similar flight patterns when released at the same speed but one is hyzer flipped and the other is flat
pask2155 wrote:So in general the answer is yes??? A disc turns less when hyzer flipped rather than released straight?
And does this add or subtract from the distance of the shot?
pask2155 wrote:when you hyzer flip a disc, does it take some of the turn out of he disc?
Because what i am noticing is I can hyzer flip almost any disc i throw... but when I do this, does it make the disc have less turn then if released flat?
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