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I have an '08 Champion San Marino Roc I have been throwing for about a year now.  It is the only Roc I have, but I see there are other molds besides the San Marino like the Rancho and Ontario.
I am curious as to what the differences are between these molds when thrown.  Is one particular mold more overstable, stable, understable?
Also, what about the new Star Roc+...has anyone thrown one of these yet and how do they compare to the other three molds?

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I've been using a 2004 Super Roc, very stable Rancho. I use a 2005 SB Roc for short drives, holds hyzer well. I beleive that one is an Ontario.


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My favorite disc is a very old seasoned ontario dx roc,for some reason this disc has held on to the flight path real well even after 8 years of heavy use,i also throw a star san marino and it works great on those windy days when you need a little more stability.

I recently bought a San Marino Roc 180g. I chose the heavier weight because I bought a 167g Star Mako a few months ago and it seemed too light. The ROC is a bit too heavy and doesn't have much glide, but it is very useful on certain shots. I'm having a difficult time getting used to it. I wish I had gone with a lighter Roc.
I bought a Roc+ awhile back thinking the '+' meant the disc was overstable.  Boy was I wrong.  I don't care for it much either.

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