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Old 06-26-2012, 01:41 AM
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Originally Posted by SethH View Post
Can anyone tell me what a beat DX Firebird and a beat DX Teebird fly like? Do they retain their High speed stability when broken in?
With clean form, a teebird will lose low speed fade long before adding much high speed turn. A beat up dx teebird wants to lock into a really nice straight line, you can turn it over but it's not going to get flippy with a reasonable amount of wear.
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