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The New Bugbee Bag

Postby Bugbee » Tue Oct 14, 2008 3:18 pm

1. Stable Control Drivers
1 Champ Teebird 175 (beat)
1 Champ Teebird 175 (newish)

2. Distance Drivers
1 Sirius SOLF 175 (the thing bombs!)

3. Understable Driver
1 Star Sidewinder 175 (workin on beating it up)

4. Moderately Overstable Driver
1 Star Teebird 175 (newish)

5. Very Overstable Driver
2 Z Predators 174 (one is basicaly backup incase I lose one, it will replace the old one when it is too beat in 34 years)

Mids:
2 12X KC Pro Rocs 180 (one beatish one newer)
2 Star Ontario Rocs 180 (hyzer flip, bit more control on lower power throws than the KC)
1 Glow Ontario Roc 180 (beat for turnover)


Putters:
2 Medium Wizards 175 (putting)
1 Glow Wizard 175 (beat to straight)
1 Evo Wizard 175 (newer, for shorter hyzers)

Best Disc ever slot:
1 Champion CFR X-OUT 175 Gator (everything)

Only thing I am not sure about is the mod overstable driver spot. The new champ TB seems to fill that spot so I am thinking about ditching the star just to make it simple. Pretty boring, but so is my job, so here you go.
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Re: The New Bugbee Bag

Postby adidadg » Tue Oct 14, 2008 3:59 pm

If you like the SOLF (who doesnt) try out a 1.2 QOLF or SOLF for your moderatley overstable slot. I find I can really lay into it and it will not turn. Also I can get pretty good predictable D into a headwind. Awesome disc, reminds me of my first run Domey Solf. It will penetrate way better than a teebird and IMO fits the role better.

Great setup though, reminds me of mine :). except i use DX teebirds and a Dx valk instead of the SW.
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Re: The New Bugbee Bag

Postby zealot » Wed Oct 15, 2008 12:51 am

CFR Gator :lol:

ppl just dont know!
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Re: The New Bugbee Bag

Postby garublador » Wed Oct 15, 2008 6:41 am

Bugbee wrote:Only thing I am not sure about is the mod overstable driver spot. The new champ TB seems to fill that spot so I am thinking about ditching the star just to make it simple. Pretty boring, but so is my job, so here you go.
I agree that the SOLF will cover that spot well, too. If you don't need the penetration, use the Teebird, if you need more distance, use the SOLF.
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Re: The New Bugbee Bag

Postby Bugbee » Wed Oct 15, 2008 6:59 am

Using the Solf there does make some sense, thanks. The bag is getting smaller and smaller, I like it. Now instead of buying random junk I just need some backups for practice and such. Because we all know, buying discs is always a good idea for some reason.








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