Submitted by R Allen Procsal email@example.com
Disc Weights: 171 & 174
Review: This is 1 of the many stable drivers I have used. I thew this plastic for a few months. It is very overstable. Great for hyzer and knife shots. The disc starts to hyzer about 2-3 ft after you let it go (even if you try to over snap it). It has a constant hyzer in all winds (nowind, heavywind, crosswind, tailwind, or headwind). I have thrown the Elite X plastic for much longer and love it. The Elite X plastic does not hyzer as soon as you let it go. So if you are like me & thought the type of plastic didn't matter. This disc will prove that theory wrong. I have since gone bace to the Elite X plastic (the best disc in my bag), & brought back my DX Ram. Which has the similer flight but goes straighter (doesn't hyzer right when you let go). The farthest I trew it was about 325 ft. My avg for this disc is 250-275. So if you want distance I would keep looking. If you need a Hyzer machine that always turns. This is your disc.
Submitted by Harold Bramton firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: North Dakota
Avg Drive: 275
Disc Weights: 174 grams
Review: I purchased the Xtreme disc for a couple holes on my home course that a sharp left turn disc makes MUCH easier. I have found the Xtreme to be just that. A sharp left turn disc with moderate range. I can put all the anhyser on this disc I want and it just comes back. In fact by varying the amount of angle you can plot your s-curves. If you have trouble turning over discs, try the Xtreme in Z plastic. I have also found this disc is wonderful for big hysers. The Xtreme likes to start turning left very soon after I release it, as opposed to the Pretador and Reaper which like to fly straight for most of the flight, and then turn. The Xtra is alonger version of the Xtreme but has slightly less turn and fade.
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