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Quest Raging Inferno DT

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The Raging Inferno DT utilizes real golf ball dimples to allow it to glide a long way while remaining extremely fast. - Quest

The Raging Inferno with Dimple Technology takes the Inferno to the next level of stability that allows it to slice through a headwind with ease and fade back to a hyzer out of those long bombimg anhyzer shots. This is the big arm Inferno thats` stable enough to use for forehand shots. It screams out of the hand and will work for a wide range of armspeeds. For low to medium armspeed try the lower weights. The Ultralight version in Nike rubber sole plastic comes out of the hand faster than anything out there. The extra stability that comes from the Dimple Technology resists turning enough to handle quite a bit of snap - up to 80 % of normal without failing(bite and roll). In fact, it will fly farthest if it`s not overthrown, just simply allowed to fly on it`s own.

Wide variety of colors. 125-176 grams.

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Manufacturer Quest Advanced Technology

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Customer Reviews

Nicholas Ribera Review by Nicholas Ribera
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Update to my review. A course opened up nearby with a 600 foot hole that has you driving from a two story parking garage. While throwing out all my discs, I was very surprised to find that this one flew the farthest. This dis requires lots of finesse in it's throw. Don't go for forward power, go for snap. I don't run up anymore with my drives, one step with a slow windup and quick snap (like snapping a towel) get this thing to go incredibly far. And 340 feet without a run up is very far. It's also very easy to predict with a finesse drive- long and straight with slight/wide fade, and a very easy to control anhyzer if you want it. This has become my go to distance driver. My only complaint is that it's an ugly color (I want to buy a new one) and the edge is really sharp and hurts my hand. But you can't complain about that when the performance is so good. (Posted on 1/16/13)
Nicholas Ribera Review by Nicholas Ribera
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In the store, this disc seemed good. Flexible but stiff, nice heft to it, and a sleek shape with a nice glidey plate. On the course, it's a different story. The sharp edge of the disc leads to a bad grip on it. The weight seems too evenly distributed, resulting in anhyzers that are kept too long, not letting the disc turn over. The biggest problem I have with it is the lack of accuracy, I can't throw straight with it, primarily because I can't get a good grip/release on it. I do get some good distance, but it's not the farthest flying disc I own (Orc and Wraith both fly farther). It just doesn't feel all that gyroscopic, which makes me loose faith in my drives.It's not terrible, but it's not going in my bag, either. (Posted on 10/23/12)
Curtis Dorman Review by Curtis Dorman
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I thought I would like this one when I got it. I don't, but maybe that is because I don't have a big arm. I own several of these dimple discs and about half of them perform like they should. But the other half usually have too much fade and hook to them to be of much use to me. One of these days I just might tame one of these discs to be a better throwing discs for me. This type of disc is better for the forehand flick artist or maybe even thumber or tomahawk. If you do either of these type of throws, this just might be the disc for you. (Posted on 11/29/11)
Dannie Hallin Review by Dannie Hallin
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Looks great and feels great, but I haven't had a good throw with it yet. I may be lacking the armspeed or something, but this disc is very difficult to throw. It makes you want to throw it though. Probably best to take it to a wide open field and figure out how to throw it before you use it in a round. (Posted on 7/21/08)

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