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Old 01-18-2013, 02:54 PM
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Yeah, that.

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Originally Posted by ZAMson View Post
Gyroscopics keep the disc on a plane and its wing oriented for optimal flight. The wing shape is the train conductor... that shape cutting fast through air is what gives the disc most of its flight character. All flying discs thrive on gyroscopics, because that's what turns our spinning frisbees into a techy aircraft wing.

GYRO(tm) boosts the inherent gyroscopics with a weighted rim.
The end effect of boosting gyroscopics is that your train conductor, the wing of the disc, stays oriented for optimal flight for a longer period of time.

If the wing is your train conductor, GYRO keeps him awake longer, taking the train farther down the tracks before he falls asleep and crashes the whole thing.

That's what I said. Minus the whole train conductor thing.

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