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Old 11-21-2018, 12:21 PM
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A few years ago (2012) there were some X-out star Banshees that showed up at a few retailers (Gotta Go and Marshall Street are the two I know of). Does anyone know of any that were not X-Outs? They only ones I'm sure of were blue and max weight.
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Old 11-21-2018, 12:35 PM
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Yellow was also ran, a majority of all of them were 150 class, done for the Glass Blown Open. Check herodiscusa they may have ran some as well. Good luck finding max or near max weight!

Plenty weren't Xouts but again they were mostly 150class.
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Old 11-21-2018, 01:43 PM
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I believe the local pias hand a few of the yellow 150 class stars at one point. From what I remember they were domey.

A buddy had one of the factory store SE banshees and those were awesome. Fairly flat and the plastic felt good. I could see them wearing in quick but something you could flick and retained hss but lost lsf would be money.
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^Those SEs are not nearly as overstable as an ordinary Banshee. Lose stability quick as well. Total Banshee turd. It's a shame because like you said they felt great!
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...something you could flick and retained hss but lost lsf would be money.
I had one of the retooled "prototype" stamped S-Line FD2's this summer that fit that description. Could torque on it harder than any other "speed 7" disc I've ever tried to forehand without turning it. I'm not throwing it anymore only because as it wore in, it just got straighter and longer and didn't fit any holes I was throwing it on.
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Old 11-21-2018, 06:37 PM
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Check out the Millineum Luster Quantum Exp-X. Might get er done. Exp mold became the Banshee.

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i have plenty of Banshees just would like a couple extra stars if possible. All of the Hero Disc Banshees that I have found/seen have been E-Star. I have a couple of the Japan Open 159g EStars but those 176g Stars were nice.
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