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The Anubis in I plastic is being released this Friday, August 3.
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Old 01-02-2019, 11:33 AM
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Quick question. I have a chariot, and it’s definitley a QMS 1.8(beaded) in glow plastic. Any idea if the Anubis is a regular(no bead) Qms/aurora? Or is it a coyote clone?
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Old 01-16-2019, 02:36 PM
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Got my 176g I-blend Anubis in, and it's very similar to the Coyote if not the same mold. The Anubis flies very straight with decent glide, and would be a good mid when accuracy is wanted over distance. In the photos, the Anubis (yellow) is on the left.
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Old 01-16-2019, 02:38 PM
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I might need to look in to this, looks like Mako3 flight numbers. I might pick up an I-Blend on my next order
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Old 01-16-2019, 02:54 PM
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I might need to look in to this, looks like Mako3 flight numbers. I might pick up an I-Blend on my next order
The Anubis is 5,5,0,0. The Mako3 is 5,5,0,0 but the Infinite site has it at 5,4,0,0. The Coyote is listed at 4,5,0,1. Flight numbers are what they are, and should be taken with appropriate grains of salt, but try an Anubis and see how you like it...
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Old 02-11-2019, 05:53 PM
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It IS the Coyote!!!
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It IS the Coyote!!!
Pretty much. I took my Anubis and two Coyotes to the range this past weekend. Throwing them one way was into a gusty wind, the other way into the tailwinds. I kept finding the two Coyotes on top of each other, they flew identically. My Anubis was always nearby, but sometimes flew a bit farther in the tailwind. The Anubis also turned over more into the headwind.

But in the overall, the Anubis and Coyote have the same bloodlines, so to speak, despite being assigned different speed numbers.
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Old 02-11-2019, 08:46 PM
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Pretty much. I took my Anubis and two Coyotes to the range this past weekend. Throwing them one way was into a gusty wind, the other way into the tailwinds. I kept finding the two Coyotes on top of each other, they flew identically. My Anubis was always nearby, but sometimes flew a bit farther in the tailwind. The Anubis also turned over more into the headwind.

But in the overall, the Anubis and Coyote have the same bloodlines, so to speak, despite being assigned different speed numbers.
What were the plastics for each?
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Old 02-11-2019, 10:39 PM
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What were the plastics for each?
The Coyotes are Star plastic. The Anubis is I-blend.
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Old 02-12-2019, 08:21 AM
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Makes since...I'd imagine the I-blend (Innova driver pro) would glide slightly better than Star/Champ, ordered one of the 3rd run C - blends too...I'm pretty sure I will like this disc.
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