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Old 04-10-2012, 03:53 PM
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Originally Posted by VictorB View Post
I just wanted to get back to basics, and Rocs can cover more shots more reliably in different stages of wear. I love the comet, but I'm simplifying for right now.

Never really found the need for something more overstable than a KC Roc. If I can't get it to finish reliably left, then it's probably more in the range I'd use a predator.

Star plastic teebirds beat in faster (but not really fast) and have a slightly less overstable flight path when new compared to the champs. Where most people would throw a champ teebird, I'd be much more likely to throw a predator, or a new star teebird. The grip of the star plastic is pretty nice too.
Makes sense. Rocs cover a lot of shots. Personally I carry an ESP FLX Drone for headwinds and meathooks. When I power down my Firebird for those meathook, I tend to get a lot of skip (which has it's own advantages) while the Drone comes to a rest much quicker.

Thanks for the info on the Star Teebird, seems like one will be in my future shortly.
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