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Postby wapello51 » Sun Aug 24, 2008 3:51 am

I'm pretty impressed with it. Right off the rack I threw it further than my longest driver(Valk). My biggest question will be how it performs once it's broken in?
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Postby geoffreylaw » Sun Aug 24, 2008 11:21 am

wapello51 wrote:I'm pretty impressed with it. Right off the rack I threw it further than my longest driver(Valk). My biggest question will be how it performs once it's broken in?


As the disc gets broke in, it will become more understable.
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Postby irban » Sun Aug 24, 2008 12:03 pm

geoffreylaw wrote:
wapello51 wrote:I'm pretty impressed with it. Right off the rack I threw it further than my longest driver(Valk). My biggest question will be how it performs once it's broken in?


As the disc gets broke in, it will become more understable.

We'll be calling you the professor from now on. :P
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Postby geoffreylaw » Sun Aug 24, 2008 12:40 pm

irban wrote:
geoffreylaw wrote:
wapello51 wrote:I'm pretty impressed with it. Right off the rack I threw it further than my longest driver(Valk). My biggest question will be how it performs once it's broken in?


As the disc gets broke in, it will become more understable.

We'll be calling you the professor from now on. :P



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Postby wapello51 » Wed Aug 27, 2008 2:15 am

geoffreylaw wrote:
wapello51 wrote:I'm pretty impressed with it. Right off the rack I threw it further than my longest driver(Valk). My biggest question will be how it performs once it's broken in?


As the disc gets broke in, it will become more understable.


Yeah, I understand that but just how flippy it gets and how fast is my question.
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Postby irban » Wed Aug 27, 2008 8:54 am

wapello51 wrote:
geoffreylaw wrote:
wapello51 wrote:I'm pretty impressed with it. Right off the rack I threw it further than my longest driver(Valk). My biggest question will be how it performs once it's broken in?


As the disc gets broke in, it will become more understable.


Yeah, I understand that but just how flippy it gets and how fast is my question.

Well, champion plastic so not too much. It bet it stays pretty much the same throughout. Sidewinders don't seem to get too beat in champ plastic.
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Postby geoffreylaw » Wed Aug 27, 2008 10:00 am

irban wrote:
wapello51 wrote:
geoffreylaw wrote:
wapello51 wrote:I'm pretty impressed with it. Right off the rack I threw it further than my longest driver(Valk). My biggest question will be how it performs once it's broken in?


As the disc gets broke in, it will become more understable.


Yeah, I understand that but just how flippy it gets and how fast is my question.

Well, champion plastic so not too much. It bet it stays pretty much the same throughout. Sidewinders don't seem to get too beat in champ plastic.


Woa. You need to raise your hand before you can speak.

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Postby SARG27044 » Wed Aug 27, 2008 10:26 am

they are flippy out of the box. they flip easy but if u get any air under it it tends to come back to the left at the end of its flight. into headwind wind and its rolling. it dosent seem to be that fast but it is faster than the sidewinder or roadrunner
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