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Old 10-01-2012, 05:46 PM
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Where do I find an eagle x?
Eagles are made by Innova, and have X and L molds. I believe only the X molds are currently in production (right?).

Anyway, X molds have a dip in the bottom of the wing when you feel them (i.e. if you put a ruler on the bottom of the wing, there would be a gap). L molds are straight and do not have that gap.
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Old 10-01-2012, 09:03 PM
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Thanks You've been a great help May I ask what your bag is?
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Old 10-01-2012, 09:18 PM
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Thanks You've been a great help May I ask what your bag is?
You may, it's in my sig. For more specifics: CRG's bag thread (post 13 is current setup).
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Old 10-01-2012, 10:44 PM
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Eagles are made by Innova, and have X and L molds. I believe only the X molds are currently in production (right?).

Anyway, X molds have a dip in the bottom of the wing when you feel them (i.e. if you put a ruler on the bottom of the wing, there would be a gap). L molds are straight and do not have that gap.
Yeah but there are still lots of ELs floating around. Virtually all Stars are EX but lots of Champ ELs and some DX exist.



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2x 170-175 DX Teebirds
1x 168 Champ 11x Teebird
1x Champ Firebird
1x Valkyrie
1x Polaris LS
2x KC Rocs
2x DX Rocs
Drone
Wizard SS
You probably won't need the Polaris once one of the DX Teebirds are worn and I agree that the Drone probably won't be needed b/c of the KC Pros, they stay pretty beefy for a while, plus the FB can do a lot what you'd use the Drone for. Overall, that's a nice, slimmed down bag. Rocs and Teebirds are good molds to build around.
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Old 10-01-2012, 11:00 PM
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Thanks Dave!! What does your bag look like?
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Old 10-01-2012, 11:05 PM
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I think I have finally figured out my bag.

2x Champ Firebirds
2x Beat 150class Beat DX Teebirds
1x 11x Champ Teebird
2x ~160g DX Eagle X Beat
2x KC Rocs 180g Seasoned
2x DX Rocs 175g New
2x X Soft Banger GT New***

***Loving the Banger. Very underrated.
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Old 10-01-2012, 11:25 PM
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Thanks Dave!! What does your bag look like?
167 Pro Valk+ (general max D)
175 Ch. Eagle X (overstable-stable)
172 Star Leo (new, testing it)
155 Ch. Leo (stable-understable, flips and Turn overs)
175 Ch. Banshee (all things overstable)

170 something Opto Pain (moderately overstable)
175 VIP Warship (straight with tons of glide)
179 Opto Fuse (beat perfectly understable)

172 Soft Ion (old textured run with little bead)
172 Soft Anode (testing, drives)
170 X-link Summit (all putts)
165 DX Polecat (lid stuff)

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I think I have finally figured out my bag.

2x Champ Firebirds Nice, if one was domey and/or lighter to make it straighter and one a meathook, good combo
2x Beat 150class Beat DX Teebirds beat 'birds should be good for understable and hyzer flips
1x 11x Champ Teebird good all-round driver
2x ~160g DX Eagle X Beat maybe not necessary w/ the TBs
2x KC Rocs 180g Seasoned good, try and keep one fresh and overstable
2x DX Rocs 175g New yep, beat one into flippy
2x X Soft Banger GT New*** solid, not sure you'd need two, maybe drop the backup for a driving putter

***Loving the Banger. Very underrated.
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Old 10-02-2012, 09:12 AM
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Just a thought b/c you asked for my bag as a comparison and then appeared to change your bag based on what you likely read in my bag thread - go and throw with a consistent bag for a few weeks, more than a handful of rounds in, and learn what you're throwing. My bag works for me, but it won't necessarily work for you. Same /w BroD's (or any else's) bag.

Both of your last two bags (from posts #7 and 16) are solid. Seems like now you need to pick one of those options, pick a main putter (you've mentioned several possibilities here), and go play more than a handful rounds with the same bag to see what you do or don't like about it.
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Old 10-07-2012, 12:43 AM
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I've got about 15 rounds in with the bag in my signature and its feeling great! Is there anything i might be missing?
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Old 10-07-2012, 01:01 AM
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Understable fairway driver. Something like a leopard or XL. You could also probably decide between the wizard and the banger.
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