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Old 01-24-2014, 01:44 PM
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teebird. Bought several in various plastics tried to be a friend to the teebird -- could never make one work right. Most other old-time locals make fun of me when I mention this -- the only teebirds I own are collectables.

Teebird's the only non-overstable mold I've had such little luck with except the groove and vulcan . . . but's that's like apples and oranges.
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Old 01-27-2014, 06:31 PM
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blizzard vulcan. generally don't like most blizzard discs. but i tried this out when i was even more of a noob than i currently am for what i thought would've worked as a good anny disc our of the box.

this thing was should've been a -10 on its high speed stability rating. Put it on an extreme hyzer angle and it would still basically do a barrel roll into a roller fresh out of the box. was ridiculous.
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