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Old 09-01-2019, 11:26 PM
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More stable Undertaker, Z or Ti?
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Old 09-02-2019, 06:50 AM
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More stable Undertaker, Z or Ti?
For me, Ti . . Ti is the most stable of all my Undertakers.. .i have Z, Big-Z, ESP and Ti

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Old 09-02-2019, 01:40 PM
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I haven't a Ti disc since the older supper muddy colored ones. Are newer Ti's pretty stiff or have some flex?
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Old 09-02-2019, 04:25 PM
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I haven't a Ti disc since the older supper muddy colored ones. Are newer Ti's pretty stiff or have some flex?
I think the new Ti and old Ti is quite close in flex and feel..but the new Ti have better colors, but with worse stamps
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Old 09-02-2019, 05:58 PM
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For me, Ti . . Ti is the most stable of all my Undertakers.. .i have Z, Big-Z, ESP and Ti
Most stable, and lacking a lot of glide
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Old 09-03-2019, 05:02 AM
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Most stable, and lacking a lot of glide
Yes, maybe so. . .but what it lack in glide it gains in control . . i really like the Ti Undertaker and Vulture for the control they give me

The Ti Buzzz SS is the most controllable disc in my bag. . and the Roach is another Ti "hit"

I like the new. . and old Ti discs
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Old 09-11-2019, 05:54 AM
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How fast will the JB Undertaker break in and how will it fly?

Will it get super flippy US or a nice US turnover disc?

thinking of just having Predators and Undertakers as my fairways. . .but i need a US Undertaker for that to work
Love my Vultures but my most US Pred or most OS Undertaker could do most of the things a Vulture can

Would be fun to try the DGA Pipeline but thats one more problem to solve. . and the Undertakers ARE a good disc
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Old 09-11-2019, 08:16 AM
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How fast will the JB Undertaker break in and how will it fly?

Will it get super flippy US or a nice US turnover disc?

thinking of just having Predators and Undertakers as my fairways. . .but i need a US Undertaker for that to work
Love my Vultures but my most US Pred or most OS Undertaker could do most of the things a Vulture can

Would be fun to try the DGA Pipeline but thats one more problem to solve. . and the Undertakers ARE a good disc
JB is essentially a base plastic. Base plastic drivers aren't so good (unless you're talking teebird/eagle etc) I'd expect it to start understable and get flippy.

For what you want, I'd recommend trying X plastic undertakers and wearing them in. Personally, I just paired 'takers with a mantis for a while, until I got my 168 Z Undertaker beat in to handle most hyzerflip/turnover shots. The pipeline would be a good one to pair with an undertaker too.

My setup is preds/takers for basically all fairway shots. Really nice setup but you definitely need to play a lot and have some patience to break in Z plastic (which is nearly indestructible)

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Old 09-11-2019, 08:55 AM
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JB is essentially a base plastic. Base plastic drivers aren't so good (unless you're talking teebird/eagle etc) I'd expect it to start understable and get flippy.

For what you want, I'd recommend trying X plastic undertakers and wearing them in. Personally, I just paired 'takers with a mantis for a while, until I got my 168 Z Undertaker beat in to handle most hyzerflip/turnover shots. The pipeline would be a good one to pair with an undertaker too.

My setup is preds/takers for basically all fairway shots. Really nice setup but you definitely need to play a lot and have some patience to break in Z plastic (which is nearly indestructible)
My 164g Z Undertaker starting to get to the nice US side. . i feel like my ESP and Big-Z are not as predictable as my Zs

I have a super flat Z Pred, then a smal dome Z with lots of ware. . .and then one new and my older 164g Z Undertaker. . .nice setup

But i do have a Ultrium FLIPPERi for the super US shots, , hard to get a Undertaker THAT flippy

i do like the Vulture, Anax and Raptor. .. but i don΄t really need them . . the Pred/Undertaker kombo can do it all
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Old 09-11-2019, 08:58 AM
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I've got a FR McBeth that is definitely on the US side. Flips up from a deep hyzer to turn. I used it as a OH disc though.
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