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volmed10 12-19-2010 02:42 PM

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Originally Posted by Quezzy (Post 619935)
Move over to the Pro Katana, easier to throw than the Xcaliber.

Quote:

Originally Posted by Quezzy (Post 619935)
Have you tried a star roadrunner

Dude seriously, just stop. The comparisons you are making regarding the flight characteristics of these discs is downright comical.

You've basically said that since the guy loves throwing a Firebird for sidearm, he should really try and throw an Archangel because they fly the same.

And the bad thing is, you've done it twice.

gcr_russell 12-19-2010 02:49 PM

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Originally Posted by havasuDG
I heard a rumor that the TeeRex was being discontinued. Is there any truth to this?


No.

That's my question to Dave and there's his answer. Seems simple enough.

johnnyfoodstamp 12-19-2010 04:30 PM

Awesome! Thread closed.

yawpstang64 12-19-2010 08:15 PM

Quezzy's banishment gave me much schadenfreude

Since we're on the topic of the teerex though: I've avoided the mold altogether after hearing about the bad ones, so what kind of teerex's are on shelves right now and are they any good?

johnnyfoodstamp 12-19-2010 08:18 PM

I have bought at least 4 Star Teerex discs from my local pro shop and they have all been identical to my 1st run. Not sure about the x molds. Love the 1st run mold though.

cfair 12-20-2010 01:13 AM

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Originally Posted by yawpstang64 (Post 620793)
Quezzy's banishment gave me much schadenfreude

Since we're on the topic of the teerex though: I've avoided the mold altogether after hearing about the bad ones, so what kind of teerex's are on shelves right now and are they any good?

The CFR's are awesome and not that hard t o come across. The best thing to do is throw them to see which ones are most overstable.

I heard a story/rumor about Feldberg buying a bunch of them at production and test throwing them to see which ones work like he wants them to and sells the rest... sounds like to much work to me, but what'ev

GarrettDN 12-23-2010 12:43 PM

I throw the teerex for sidearm distance or as my fastest overstable disc (safe into a headwind....I throw a hyzer flip).

As for never seeing them on the course, I throw a 1st run so I am stealth on what disc it is. With all the cool dyes these days I'm sometimes surprised I don't see more people with complete bags of mystery discs.

bwiese 12-23-2010 01:34 PM

I love the trex for head wind drives I need to finish left (rhbh) and the best is forehand rollers. I love the trex for the roller.

is it or isnt it being discontinued?

NateDiscFlip 12-23-2010 01:42 PM

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Originally Posted by johnnyfoodstamp (Post 619910)
Xcalibur is maybe a little to much disc for me.

Star Echo Xcal looks ALOT less stable as the normal Xcal. The wing is much more flatter than the star or champion molds. I have been eye balling one for a minute now and I think I am going to pick it up, just to say I did.

Easy Tigur 12-23-2010 03:00 PM

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Originally Posted by bwiese (Post 626733)
is it or isnt it being discontinued?

The Teerex is safe for now. Innova will be keeping it.


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