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Hey guys, just wondering what disc you all would recommend as a complementary understable midrange for my Roc. Please only Innova-made discs. :) Was thinking maybe the Wolf? What do you guys all think.

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beat roc is the best compliment. ontario roc too.
So just buy some more rocs eh?
Also, a question about the ontario roc..

I tend to use 180 Glow Rocs. They are always flat-topped and have a great consistent flight pattern, and they're very overstable.

I used a KC Pro Roc for a while and discovered that while it took a beating nicely, it definitely starts off more understable than my glow rocs. Anyone else notice this phenomenon?

Which model are each of these discs based off of? Especially curious as to what the glow roc is model led from.
friend of mine really loves his champ panther. has aced it with at least once i think, and he hasn't had it that long. you might also look at a stingray or even a cobra.
I love the sting ray
Classic Roc, I love my Panther very underrated disc. Theres the Stingray, or Cobra, but the Panther is my favorite.
I would give the shark a look.Its one of my favorite approach discs,slightly less stable then the rock.
First disc I thought of when I saw this thread was an Aviar.
I have an aviar and love it. I guess I can see what you are saying, but I was looking for a mid-range.
More thoughts... Spider (great disc, but my Buzz replaced it) Coyote was another. OK, I know, I know. No Discraft, but the Buzzz is a frickin awesome disc. It's a great compliment to my Roc. Sorry I had to try ;)
I just find the Buzzz has too much high speed stability to be as different as I want to it to be from my Roc. I have tried having both in my bag but end up wanting to throw them both for the same shot. Then I end up sticking with the Roc because it's so damn reliable.

I am looking at "Joe's Universal Flight Path Chart" and thinking that both the Stingray and the Wolf seem to meet the criteria I'm looking for. Not a lot of high speed stability, plenty of low speed for a nice S straight path.
Hmmm..granted I use a SE Roc so I'm sure it's more overstable than the standard Roc. But I find if I need a dead straight shot with noooo wind. It's the Buzzz. Any wind or if I need to put some pop in the throw it's the Roc. I'm still pimp'in the Panther though. Although I never tried the Wolf. The Panther is a very predictable understable disc. It's my long range mid for anhyzer shots and my Classic Roc is a great and very predictable short range mid. They are not "touchy" and I don't have to worry about over tourquing them.
Well good luck finding the disc that works for you.


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