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Well, since I bought my brand new Star Katana I have gone from trying to throw it a lot to only using it for specific shots. And now it is definitely a headwind disc. Also a spike hyzer disc.

A friend has one of the Lemon Lake discs and he also has a brand new Star. Yesterday he was using the Lemon Lake. He is also a very good player. I wish that I had me a Lemon Lake. Yummy yummy.

I'm not getting rid of that new Star Katana but I will use it for different purposes.

Another friend of mine throws major forehand and he absolutely loves that new Star. He can really bomb the crap out of it.

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Out here in California the production Star Katana is more stable than the 2010 worlds Star Katana but it's are still to flippy for my taste.
Why did u buy Katana in the first place? Did it act differently than advertised, iyo?
Throw a Nuke on an extreme hyzer in a headwind, watch it flip up flat, flex out on an Anny, then come back left, just Fricking Beautiful!!! reminds me of the Katana's flight path when thrown flat in no wind, but its even flippier than the Nuke.
This disc is too flippy for me and in a headwind....CYA! I'm not sure that I'm really digging this disc. I already gave my Pro and Star to my girlfriend, she seems to throw them better than I do.

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