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I use 3 champ Teebirds, normal dome, and they'll turn a little. Into a headwind they'll drift to the right before finally fading out. IME, the Servo will do the same with a little less fade at the end. Don't go strictly by the numbers, most Teebirds aren't 0 turn and most Servos aren't -1.
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Old 09-29-2016, 03:05 PM
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Ok. I have a shock and a resistor. The shock is a very little beat and always surprises me at how far it goes. How do I tell if it's a first run? The resistor is pretty new. Not sure how much it has been thrown before I got it from a friend. By the looks of it, not much.
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Old 09-29-2016, 03:21 PM
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The FR Shocks were sort of all over the place. If you have a Shock and it's understable, then it's a FR. The Shock is supposed to be nice and stable, which is why it makes a good Teebird replacement.

The Resistor is very OS, but still workable. And it powers down very well, to cover a range of shots.

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The resistor will be closer to a Banshee that a Tbird when it's new. And it takes them quite a few throws to start to really get seasoned up.

I've got 2 pink Neutrons that are both nice and broken in and they're awesome. They change enough that I can bag a new Proton with one of them. They still will absolutely not flip at all, but into wind, or if I really pull on it, it fades really late with little lateral movement.
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