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Old 09-14-2019, 01:27 PM
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Random rant post to say teebirds are still awesome.
Teebirds are f***ing awesome!
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Old 09-16-2019, 03:46 PM
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After loving a DX Teebird to death this Summer, I picked up two Champions that are flying beautifully. Straight as heck out to 300-330' with solid fade, and no hint of turn either forehand or backhand.

I'm excited to work one of these into flippy and before adding the other in the bag and start my cycle. And the DX bird is staying too - it's straight and glidey but super touchy.
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Old 09-16-2019, 03:58 PM
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After loving a DX Teebird to death this Summer, I picked up two Champions that are flying beautifully. Straight as heck out to 300-330' with solid fade, and no hint of turn either forehand or backhand.

I'm excited to work one of these into flippy and before adding the other in the bag and start my cycle. And the DX bird is staying too - it's straight and glidey but super touchy.
My champion Teebird is good for 370' or so without turning over. Champions don't really break in. If you want a Teebird to break in, check out G*.
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Old 09-16-2019, 04:26 PM
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After loving a DX Teebird to death this Summer, I picked up two Champions that are flying beautifully. Straight as heck out to 300-330' with solid fade, and no hint of turn either forehand or backhand.

I'm excited to work one of these into flippy and before adding the other in the bag and start my cycle. And the DX bird is staying too - it's straight and glidey but super touchy.
DX Teebirds are awesome. The only issue is that *most* runs of DX have been garbage over the last 10 years.

I just bought a bunch of the DX Teebird3's because of the DX blend. Unfortunately the Tee3 doesn't fly like I want it to. Oh well, maybe one day a batch of regular Teebirds will get run in sexy DX and I can buy a bunch.

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Old 09-16-2019, 05:29 PM
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My champion Teebird is good for 370' or so without turning over. Champions don't really break in. If you want a Teebird to break in, check out G*.

I was gonna say. Have fun waiting three years lolol
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Old 09-17-2019, 11:21 AM
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My champion Teebird is good for 370' or so without turning over. Champions don't really break in. If you want a Teebird to break in, check out G*.
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I was gonna say. Have fun waiting three years lolol
I'm in no hurry, and really like throwing these birds. I've got a Leopard, and Falk that can handle all my turnover shots in the meantime, and an FD and TL3 that are lazer-straight.
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Old 09-19-2019, 09:26 PM
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I have a few 11x that are good and flippy now. Took a while for some and others are used bin finds. I carry 2 or 3, my stable ones being star, they go a long ways

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Old 09-20-2019, 03:42 PM
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I have a few 11x that are good and flippy now. Took a while for some and others are used bin finds. I carry 2 or 3, my stable ones being star, they go a long ways
I have an 11x teebird that has the perfect stability, and a pfn star that flips and bombs if thrown properly. Beat teebirds are the best and most used drivers in my bag.

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Old 09-26-2019, 09:33 PM
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Me as well. Its caused a lot of confusion since I have stopped throwing all but my most overstable 9-10 speed discs...
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