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Puts a nice flat top on em. I turned a dx Viking into a Flick. Bake at 300 degrees for 2 minutes.

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How many does it serve?

Will that restore some stability to my old beat up favorites ?

Awesome! Now you got an illegal disc!

never baked a disc , but i have thrown quite a few micro-wave dishes !

I'd be concerned about the toxic off gases from the disc.

Having worked with dense plastic styrofoam, sculpting with hot wire to cut the foam for sculpting know in fact that the gas is cyanide. 

Hmmm, would not bake cookies afterwards.

Yum.

Ye this would be illegal and subject to penalty.

I once backed the guts of a flash drive because it quit working. I've also seen videos of folks baking motherboards.

Why bake a Viking when you could buy a Flick that would be LEGAL????

Its all good here. L ove the Fliking. Tried a Valkyrie and it is a Flick too. Less time in next time.

I have flat topped a few KC Rocs with boiling water and a stack of heavy books.

I've done that, too. I made a YouTube video on how to do it lol. It has a lot of views, lots of thumbs down lol.

One great trick involves an R-Pro Dart - Boil some water, let the disc soak for a minute, lay it top down, and push the rim down and put pressure on the bottom side of the flight plate - it makes it fly absolutely straight because it smushed down the part where the curvature of the dome meets the rim. It leaves the top completely flat. I know its a 0/0 disc, but this process really makes it 0/0.

This whole discussion begs the question of how an illegal disc could be detected. Using this method obviously modifies the flight of a disc therefore making it illegal. The sport in a way relies on the honesty of individuals to prevent them playing with such modified discs in a competition. If the disc owner says nothing then it would be up to the competitors to spot the modified disc and call it out.

His post doesnt say anything about using the disc in competition or the player being dishonest. Basically your saying its not cool to go play a leisure round with an old frisbee or any other disc thats not legal. Who cares if the guy wants to melt three discs together and see how it flies. A leisure round for fun is way different than competitive play.......

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