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All that page does is take the numbers and give you a graphical representation of them. That doesn't really tell you if the numbers are correct however. You have to throw a disc in order to figure out what it really does. The numbers are just a guideline. For example my Westside King is more understable than my Innova Vulcan yet the flight chart does not reflect that.
In fact I just had it run both a Westside King and a Legacy Rampage and the flight paths come up as pretty much identical. They are two completely different disc for sure. The Rampage is overstable and the King is understable.
Jim- You are correct about all that you said. Just like the charts that all the disc manufacturers make it can only show you the numbers in flight form. Everyone will throw each disc differently depending on their arm speed, form and release point plus many other variables. However, this is how everyone starts out with their investigation into each disc. I just thought it was a neat chart...nothing more. In asking if there were any mistakes, I only meant if there were discrepancies between the flight paths and the numbers for each disk. Maybe I was not too clear about that. Thanks for the post.