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Old 08-27-2014, 06:23 PM
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I wouldn't really call this disc over stable. It has a nice stable flight. I have thrown lots of Teebirds (and Rivals) and my Orange T3 is by far the best Fariway I have thrown. The plastic is so much nicer then the totem plastic which was very stiff. The new blend is gummier and amazing. No it isn't beefy life a Firebird, but in my opinion they shouldn't.
Cool, I might have to try one. Initially, I was like come on, I have enough teebirds and I'm happy with their flight. But I might have to give this a try. I tried the g* t3 and field tested it with a handful of my teebirds, I wasn't too impressed. But the jolly launcher plastic is money, I might have different results.

I'm hoping they fly like my beat in flat top 11x cal mold teebirds. Anybody compared the two?
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Old 08-27-2014, 06:53 PM
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Cool, I might have to try one. Initially, I was like come on, I have enough teebirds and I'm happy with their flight. But I might have to give this a try. I tried the g* t3 and field tested it with a handful of my teebirds, I wasn't too impressed. But the jolly launcher plastic is money, I might have different results.

I'm hoping they fly like my beat in flat top 11x cal mold teebirds. Anybody compared the two?
I disliked my G* T3. It was not as stable. I cant really put my finger on it, but I throw these better then the 11x Teebirds. Maybe it is slightly modified, or it is all in my head.

Plus the price is right. Try one out and see what you think.
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i'd like to know how to tell a teebird3 apart from a teebird profile-wise. i've tried and i can't see the difference.
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Old 01-03-2015, 06:23 PM
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i'd like to know how to tell a teebird3 apart from a teebird profile-wise. i've tried and i can't see the difference.
T3 is flatter than regular teebirds. T3 also feels slightly wider rimmed in the hand to me... But, that's just my personal feeling.
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Old 01-03-2015, 08:14 PM
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Consistently lower shoulder imo. I thought they were great discs, but less predictable in the OK winds than my Rival.
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What I mean is, though, how you would tell a difference between a flat tb and a tb3. Like the wing configuration.
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Old 01-04-2015, 06:56 PM
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The top mold piece seems physically thinner. They lowered the "shoulder"/ actual height of where the dome starts I believe.
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I'm loving this disc, a simply fantastic fairway driver. Has anyone thrown the glows how do they compare to the Jolly's?
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