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Old 02-14-2019, 08:55 PM
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Ive got a handful of flat 160s original c fd2s and theyre awesome flick discs. Id almost call it a banshee-L in flight. The retools were basically a tb3 that came out more os than intended. If youre retooling something and involving teebird mold parts and still arent happy with the result I dont know what else you can do.

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Jussi thinking outside the teebox. Saw the upcoming 'Originals' releases.

DD3 - this is the CloudBreaker?
FD2 - I thought this was already retooled? If it really does fly 6/4/0/2 I'll check it out.
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Old 02-14-2019, 09:34 PM
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If Im right and the Spring Ox is a baseline Yao, Im excited. I used the baseline Yao when Yikun made it the Cell for Salinet and it was a great mid for me. And if the Gairdian Lion is a take on the Claws, thats a really good lid.
I'm officially piqued about this lid. I might check this out if I run across it in a store.

What was it that you liked about that mid?
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Old 02-14-2019, 10:37 PM
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I'm officially piqued about this lid. I might check this out if I run across it in a store.

What was it that you liked about that mid?
The regular Yao is a great disc, straight to fade amdnreally accurate but not really much glide. Also all of the preimium ones are domey.

The base ones molded up flat and with good glide. Made it this really nice workable if that would hold a lot of lines but you could count on to come back. I hit my first ace with one also which will endear many people to a disc.

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Old 02-14-2019, 11:20 PM
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Old 02-14-2019, 11:25 PM
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The regular Yao is a great disc, straight to fade amdnreally accurate but not really much glide. Also all of the preimium ones are domey.

The base ones molded up flat and with good glide. Made it this really nice workable if that would hold a lot of lines but you could count on to come back. I hit my first ace with one also which will endear many people to a disc.
I hit an Ace with a Rubber Putter, that did not endear me to the disc/mold. The mold is not stable enough to use for a putter in windy situations not to mention the mold is one that like the Aero has too much glide for a putter in closer situations.
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Old 02-14-2019, 11:28 PM
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Ive got a handful of flat 160s original c fd2s and theyre awesome flick discs. Id almost call it a banshee-L in flight. The retools were basically a tb3 that came out more os than intended. If youre retooling something and involving teebird mold parts and still arent happy with the result I dont know what else you can do.
I don't know try using Eagle and hope that helps? A Eagle 3 like disc would be amazing for some people.
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Old 02-15-2019, 12:34 AM
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Hopefully now I’ll be able to get
- A very overstable flat top beadless mid/putter from Discmania. Something like a Pig/Mortar/Zone.
- A SUPER beefy driver like an Innova Max/Monster would also be great to add to the Discmania lineup. It would kick Eagles MF Max out of his bag.

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Old 02-15-2019, 12:41 AM
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Hopefully now Ill be able to get
- A very overstable flat top beadless mid/putter from Discmania. Something like a Pig/Mortar/Zone.
- A SUPER beefy driver like an Innova Max/Monster would also be great to add to the Discmania lineup. It would kick Eagles MF Max out of his bag.
I thought about adding a DM mid to my bag but I wanted something beadless as well.
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Old 02-15-2019, 01:06 AM
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I thought about adding a DM mid to my bag but I wanted something beadless as well.
The MD is beadless and an extremely underrated mold. IMO it is exactly what I wanted the Mako/Mako3 to fly like. If you throw it flat with no OAT it will fly straight 300+ on a laser line with ZERO fade. The MD2, MD3 and MD4 all have a microbead. I like the feel of the microbead backhand. I dont mind the MD4 for touch forehands but I want a beadless mid/putter that I can rip on forehand.
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Old 02-15-2019, 08:46 AM
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Hopefully now Ill be able to get
- A SUPER beefy driver like an Innova Max/Monster would also be great to add to the Discmania lineup. It would kick Eagles MF Max out of his bag.
Luster PD2. MUCH more OS than any regular PD2. N-a-s-t-y...
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