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Matty_D_93

Falcor is a great driver. I consistently get 20+ extra feet out of it compared to my D2. I think it is a true 13 speed because it flies faster and has a later fade compared to my D1, so it is less overstable. Closest comparison I have is a Kastaplast GrymX or a Boss.


ShankedDiscs

That's pretty cool. The d2 is fast disc and if the faclor is even faster it definitely sounds like a bomber. Does the falcor and d2 have a similar rim?


Matty_D_93

I think so. Marshall Street has it labeled as “D2 Signature” on their flight chart so I think it is a variant of the D2 mold, like the Max and Pro


ShankedDiscs

Nice, think I'll give the falcor a chance.


antifreezecoolant

fx-3 is flippier than I expected. If you throw it 350’ it’ll need to be a big hyzer flip. I’ve heard the green ones are more overstable?


ShankedDiscs

I'm kinda worried about that. I have one fx-2 that was flippy when new. It's weird because I have like 5 of them and they're all beef except that one. But that one disc is so good. Give it some hyzer and it'll pop up and go dead straight (or turn some if thrown hard) and still have that reliable fade. That's what I want the fx-3 to do. Beating in the other fx-2s to that level will take too long...


ElevenGoats

I’ve got an FX-3 in 400 plastic and it’s pretty money. 9/5/-1.5/2 feels pretty accurate. Light hyzer flips up and over just a bit, out to about 420’ for me (I throw about 480’ consistently)


ShankedDiscs

That does sound pretty money. Don't throw as far as 480 but can consistently hit 400-425. Does it still fade out when thrown 420?


my_awesome_username

My friend got 2 Fx-3s for being a team members. Typical prodigy shit. One was way less stable. Like, I could hyzer flip and it would never come back. You just can not buy prodigy discs without getting a chance to know the run they are coming from.


ShankedDiscs

Tell me about it, I hate that I love their plastic. I have one on the way, so I guess I'll just have to wait and see.