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Anyone have experience with the DX plastic Eagle-L? Do tell.
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Old 09-27-2020, 11:30 AM
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Yes, I don’t bag them but they are nice hyzer flippers and FH flips also..
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Yes, I don’t bag them but they are nice hyzer flippers and FH flips also..
That was kinda what I expected, but not what I’m looking for. What about Champion?
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Didn't Infinite brand start using that L mold Eagle for one of the Disc they make, like the Aztec or some name like that?
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I bag a Barsby Eagle, best up X and EL as well as FDs...Champ EL is great for Hyzerflips and flies dead straight to slightly US depending on power. If you need to hit a gap I pick it or the Origin
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Didn't Infinite brand start using that L mold Eagle for one of the Disc they make, like the Aztec or some name like that?
Yes, I had the other thread asking about mids and the Eagle-L was introduced to me. I think the Infinite disc is the Exodus.

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And this review suggests Eagle-L mold

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Picked up a new DX Eagle-L 169g and threw it a dozen times in the field. I really like it. It turns way more than the Eagle-X but still fights back into fade. Today is super windy, and this isn’t a wind disc, but shows a lot of promise for the regular days. Great throws with tailwind on slight hyzer.
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I’ve got a thrashed Eagle X that I would imagine flys like an L at this point. Only thing about getting the L mold in DX is I’d imagine it’s useful life will be quite a bit less than an X would be, but it’s great to know that I could replace my flippy Eagle with an L off the shelf!
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So, does Innova still produce both Eagle-X and Eagle-L? There were a dozen Eagles but only one L at the shop.
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