jiwaburst wrote:But I was thinking, in order to get a max weight Champ Eagle or Champ TB to show turn under 300 feet, you'd have to release it that way (with anhyzer/off axis torque). It's just hard for me to imagine that thrown slight hyzer and straight, those discs are turning by themsleves at that distance.
well when i drive, my most consistant form is flat with a lot of snap to keep my mids from flipping. i can throw hyzer flip style, but for me, it just seems like one more factor to mess up on. this is why i have trouble with my starfire. its tricky for me to find that perfect angle and do it consistantly. when i said the TB had slight S turn, it was when i threw it flat. the ZXL dosent have that problem for me, or at least it is more forgiving. i hate saying that, because i know the TB is known as the forgiving predictible disc, but something about my form makes it not so. something about my form affected the TB's, and not the XL's.
maybey i could give them a try again. i AM in the market for new discs.....
so heres the current options:
and the goal is a disc that will fly straight flat and level out of the hand into a mild-med wind, and stability between XL and Firebird, for hyzers, S turns, and drives that end left..
i understand that my form needs work, and i need to develop more power, and i am working on these. The thing is, i cant keep this gap in my bag untill i get a bigger arm, i need something that will work now. maybey when i get that extra power this disc will become my main straight driver, who knows.
thanks for all the help here guys. a lot of it may be off topic, but it is helping me.