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Old 12-11-2018, 05:30 PM
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Old beat discs can be tricky to deal with. An XS should have A LOT more fade than a Leopard. It was a big 'ol S-curve driver that flipped early then came waaayyy back. It was a lot like an Eagle, actually. If you have a really beat one, a lot of the late fade could be mostly beaten out of it. In general I wouldn't expect an XS to have a Leopard-like flight.
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Old 12-11-2018, 05:36 PM
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Old beat discs can be tricky to deal with. An XS should have A LOT more fade than a Leopard. It was a big 'ol S-curve driver that flipped early then came waaayyy back. It was a lot like an Eagle, actually. If you have a really beat one, a lot of the late fade could be mostly beaten out of it. In general I wouldn't expect an XS to have a Leopard-like flight.
Well, Leo3 was my first impression (a fresh Leo3 at that), because of the fade, but I think it's more like a beat to heck glidey Teebird. It will turn, but can also comeback a little at the end.
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Old 12-11-2018, 06:07 PM
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Well, Leo3 was my first impression (a fresh Leo3 at that), because of the fade, but I think it's more like a beat to heck glidey Teebird. It will turn, but can also comeback a little at the end.
Beat to heck TBs seldom fade back after turning. Just sayin'
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