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  1. Thumber
    11-25-2010 08:37 PM
    I've been putting eloborate double negative word traps down in the Irobot Mob hysteria post.....I learned that from you and for that I say Thank You
  2. Frank Delicious
    11-18-2010 04:08 PM
    Frank Delicious
    Yeah I would mess with some heavies to see if that helps the problem.
  3. Thumber
    11-18-2010 03:41 PM
    they will come back, unless really torqued, plus they take forever to come back.....just wondering you thought heavier would reduce turnover due to high spin
  4. Frank Delicious
    11-18-2010 03:35 PM
    Frank Delicious
    That's weird the star one isn't coming back for you. I throw the same distance about with my eagles and a star in the 170-172 range are great S curve discs for me until they get to about 7/10.

    It couldn't hurt to try heavier ones, The opaque domey 12x ones are super sweet. Try one of those in the 173-175 range.
  5. Thumber
    11-18-2010 03:25 PM
    They are fairly new....getting them out around 320 - 340 with good control....more if i torque them, but then it gets more dicey and increases the chance of flipping it way over and being way right
  6. Frank Delicious
    11-18-2010 02:49 PM
    Frank Delicious
    how beat up are they and how far are you throwing them?
  7. Thumber
    11-18-2010 01:19 PM
    Been throwing a 167 champ eagle and 171 star one....they are great, but if I hit them full power they flip quick....think a max weight would help with this?
  8. Thumber
    11-09-2010 01:30 PM
    And people wonder why DG is still a fringe sport
  9. Frank Delicious
    11-09-2010 01:28 PM
    Frank Delicious
    Cool, we'll be super secret. hush hush and what not.
  10. Thumber
    11-09-2010 01:27 PM
    I'm going to come down and play doubles against you, but we'll split any earnings evenly ok? Just don't tell your partner, or anyone else we are playing against. Its all cool. All the pros do it.

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