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johnnyfoodstamp 12-19-2010 01:42 AM

Goodbye to the Teerex?
 
I was at my local pro shop the other day and was saddened to hear that the Teerex might be going away. The DX were already off the shelf and the owner said the Star were going soon too. Can anybody else confirm this? Not cool Innova. I love the Teerex, despite its seedy mold changes in the past. My 1st run molds (i.e. not Teerex X) are money sidearm drivers. If true I need to stock up on some 1st runs.

djjeremiahj 12-19-2010 01:46 AM

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Originally Posted by johnnyfoodstamp (Post 619898)
I was at my local pro shop the other day and was saddened to hear that the Teerex might be going away. The DX were already off the shelf and the owner said the Star were going soon too. Can anybody else confirm this? Not cool Innova. I love the Teerex, despite its seedy mold changes in the past. My 1st run molds (i.e. not Teerex X) are money sidearm drivers. If true I need to stock up on some 1st runs.

move up to the xcaliber....

johnnyfoodstamp 12-19-2010 01:47 AM

Xcalibur is maybe a little to much disc for me.

gcr_russell 12-19-2010 01:49 AM

I dont think it is true, but just to check I posted the question to Dave Dunipace on his PDGA thread. Expect an answer by tomorrow at the latest. I would be bummed as Im also a TeeRex lover.

johnnyfoodstamp 12-19-2010 01:52 AM

I think the Teerex has enough of a following. I'm hoping it was just a nasty rumor.

Quezzy 12-19-2010 01:56 AM

Move over to the Pro Katana, easier to throw than the Xcaliber.

gcr_russell 12-19-2010 01:56 AM

Which has zero resemblance to a TeeRex.

johnnyfoodstamp 12-19-2010 01:58 AM

I throw a Pro and Star Katana RHBH but for the sidearm I love the Teerex. It's combo of stable and understable seems to be perfect for my snap. I can get a nice straight fade right or I can get a nice s left to right. And the tomahawks go sky high!!

gcr_russell 12-19-2010 01:59 AM

If you want it a little more overstable try to find a Teerex X. Ive recently fallen in love with them, although I do still keep a couple first runs in my bag too.

Quezzy 12-19-2010 01:59 AM

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Originally Posted by johnnyfoodstamp (Post 619931)
I throw a Pro and Star Katana RHBH but for the sidearm I love the Teerex. It's combo of stable and understable seems to be perfect for my snap. I can get a nice straight fade right or I can get a nice s left to right. And the tomahawks go sky high!!

Have you tried a star roadrunner


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