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Old 02-04-2013, 12:36 AM
smarkquart smarkquart is offline
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Natural dirt / mud tee means that I would have trouble trusting my footing. Secure feet is key for me when controlling my snap to arm speed ratio to ensure a flat and straight flight. When I falter I have a tendency to release late and high.

If it was a concrete pad I would be tempted to rocket a Star or Champ Leopard low and down the gut. However, with this natural tee I am better off either floating a Firebird out there at 60-70% power and depend on the skip, or a Buzzz SS or Ghost on a hyzer line and expect it to dig around the basket.
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