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Old 11-15-2020, 07:25 PM
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I'd personally just grab a fresh Undertaker if I were you and get a cycle going. But then again, I'm constantly looking for how to trim molds from my bag rather than to add more.
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Old 11-15-2020, 08:11 PM
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Also not sure which undertaker you have been throwing, but TI and Tour-Z should be most OS.
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Old 11-15-2020, 11:43 PM
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I'd personally just grab a fresh Undertaker if I were you and get a cycle going. But then again, I'm constantly looking for how to trim molds from my bag rather than to add more.
I'm considering it, but I feel like the Undertaker is still just a tiiiiiiiick less stable than I'm hoping for. Any seasoning and it's already less stable than I want.
Thinking a TL will give me a little more time in the sweet spot.
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Old 11-16-2020, 03:46 AM
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Not sure if he wanted them with mini S shape flight but that was how that Berry Shultz Disc flew from the charts and from other less power players then me. These are the reasons why I never got a later run Leopard from that era, that and the disc felt slightly off from the older discs.
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Old 11-16-2020, 06:23 AM
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Not sure if he wanted them with mini S shape flight but that was how that Berry Shultz Disc flew from the charts and from other less power players then me. These are the reasons why I never got a later run Leopard from that era, that and the disc felt slightly off from the older discs.
So anecdotal at best, but more likely fabricated. Got it.

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Old 11-16-2020, 11:51 AM
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I tried the Undertaker out for awhile and it flew a lot like my Teebird but would consistently come up 20 - 30' short. The whole Teebird family is worth checking out honestly. Oddly enough I lean more on the TL and T3 more than anything else lately.

Fresh out of the box a Teebird can be pretty stable. While it's worth the effort to cycle them and have premium plastics seasoned to perfection that can take months (or years) for that perfect flight to happen.

The TL is what I use for straight shots and might well be what you're looking for. My TL gets thrown predominantly backhand although I feel like it's a great overhand disc as well. A fresh TL should be able to get you the shots you're looking for.

I lean on the Teebird3 more for hyzer lines and forehands. While the flight numbers are different the T3 is plenty beefy and can be trusted in a bit of wind. I have broken in a few Champion T3's to the point I can hyzerflip them a bit and get nice straight lines.
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Old 11-16-2020, 12:09 PM
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The eagle L is criminally under rated for this shot. Infinite discs makes them now under the name exodus.

I bag a seasoned eagle L that is just a laser. Slightest tick of hyzer and it flips up and goes. Not too much glide so it’s very rangeable, but if you put the right amount of stank on it, it will hold a line for quite a good distance.
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Old 11-16-2020, 12:17 PM
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So from the gyro corner... seems like a Volt 8 5 -0.5 2 is the broken in Teebird slot.. Undertaker is 9 5 -1 2

I don't throw that far but...
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Old 11-16-2020, 12:22 PM
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So from the gyro corner... seems like a Volt 8 5 -0.5 2 is the broken in Teebird slot.. Undertaker is 9 5 -1 2

I don't throw that far but...
From my experience, the newer Volts are a good bit more OS than older ones. I'd look for a newer Amp for those numbers.
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Old 11-18-2020, 11:48 AM
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The eagle L is criminally under rated for this shot. Infinite discs makes them now under the name exodus.

I bag a seasoned eagle L that is just a laser. Slightest tick of hyzer and it flips up and goes. Not too much glide so it’s very rangeable, but if you put the right amount of stank on it, it will hold a line for quite a good distance.

If you had to pick Eagle L or QJLS for this shot, what’s your pick?


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