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jubuttib wrote:I thought the reason was because Dave D. liked a thicker, beefier grip, and that the +mold allowed them to add volume to the mold without changing the official specs, so that they could mold max weight discs with less weighting agent and produce clearer discs.
I think the idea was to go the opposite direction as the TL from the TB, but I think you're definitely right that they didn't want to change the specs and pay for a whole new PDGA approval.
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The + mold was to reproduce DX flight patterns in premium plastic supposedly.
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Frank Delicious wrote:The + mold was to reproduce DX flight patterns in premium plastic supposedly.
The + mold was that too? L mold wasn't enough?
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