The Innova Pro Dyed SL or Starfire-L is a fast dependable maximum distance driver that is straight to slightly overstable (less overstable than the Starfire). It has a long straight flight and excellent glide. This disc can add measurable distance to your drives. With its quickness, slight high speed turn, long glide and low fade, it will fly a long way. Easily controllable distance driver with amazing glide and little fade. The Pro version hotstamp says 'Pro Starfire' altho it is a Starfire-L.
"The Pro Line SL is one of my go to distance drivers. Great for straight or turnover distance lines. I can use it as a roller or for wooded tunnel shots when it has to finish straight as well. The average Joe should like its size and speed combination. It is still one of the fastest discs made, but is not one of those new 'big' rim discs and will fit better in more players hands!" - Barry Schultz
The Innova Starfire is a fast dependable maximum distance driver that is slightly overstable (more so than the SL - see below). It has a long straight flight, amazing glide, a good bit of fade and great control. Great into headwinds. A good amount of fade at the end of the flight allows this disc to work well for big S-shots and horking hyzers.
It is a great choice for maximum distance, headwind drives, a stability driver, control shots with fade, and intermediate to advanced players looking for a consistent distance disc.
Speed 10, Glide 4, Turn 0, Fade 3
|DX||Straight to Slightly Overstable||150 Class - 175 grams|
|Champion||Straight to Slightly Overstable||160-175|
|Champion Dyed||Straight to Slightly Overstable||165-175|
|Star||Straight to Slightly Overstable||165-175|
"The Starfire is my go-to driver. The width of the rim suits my hand which gives me confidence. I throw the Star Line version because it has perfect stability and is extremely durable." - Valarie Jenkins
"I am a fan of both the Pro (Starfire-L) and the Champion Starfire. The Champion Starfire is overstable even into a headwind and is very reliable. The Pro Starfire(-L) is less stable and has become a very reliable roller once broke in. When it's new it is an under-stable driver that flies far but I prefer a beatup one for a roller disc." - Kevin McCoy