GorillaTactics wrote:AciDBatH666 wrote:I've found the best way to tune an Epic is to put in this device and let it do the tuning for me.
nice one. Maybe he likes to throw overhand?
Beetard wrote:Do you bend the rim up or down? I'm gonna guess down. The more high speed understable you make it, the more overhand distance you get, right?
AciDBatH666 wrote:It's legal to do whatever you want to tune your disc during a round.
As long as you don't break it or create a crack in it making it an illegal disc.
I've found the best way to tune an Epic is to put in this device and let it do the tuning for me.
Since tuning is intended to alter flight characteristics, I read it as illegal. However, if you hit a tree, then bend your disc back to the way it was, isn't that just returning it to its original characteristics? Paging Chuck...
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