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EP Roc, champion roc, kc pro roc, san marino roc, star roc plus and others.... What are the roc variations you know of and what is the difference

 

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My personal favorite CHING ROC
what ever happened to the pet roc ?

mine died yesterday.

 

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i LUV the GLOW ROC,180,so controllable,great for big anhyzer
question , is the condor a super class roc ?
I watched a guy use this during our state championships in '09, he deuced the same hole all four rounds with it.

I don't think the Condor is approved for SuperClass.

 

No, it's a disc that has been out since the first Roc's were created. I don't believe there was a super class back then. If some one has more info please chime in. 

Besides different plastics, aren't some of the Rocs, like the San Marino, from different molds? I have been looking at all the Rocs too...

The first Roc was the San Marino Roc. This Roc was made in Innova's San Marino factory of California. The second variation was the Ontario Roc of Ontario, Ca; which was not very popular due to the fact that this version lacked the high speed stablity of the original San Marino mold. The final variation is Rancho Cuchamunga Roc. This is the most common version available today and by far the most popular. All Rocs available today are usually the Rancho Cuchamunga mold or "Rancho Roc" unless otherwise specified. The Roc+ is a modifacation of the Racho Roc. This version has a more prominent bevel under the flight plate than previous models. 

In terms of stability: the Rancho Cuchamunga is the most stable, then the San Marino finally the Ontario Roc.

Plastic plays into stability also. All in all, play around with the variations and see which one suits your purpose; Or you can make it easy on yourself and buy a Buzzz...Really  

 

 

  

I have these and I really Like the way they Fly !!!!

 

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