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Re: Ti Wasps

Postby donnyv » Fri Apr 13, 2012 7:21 pm

I'll try the ti wasp if they're nice and beefy like the older ones.
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Re: Ti Wasps

Postby JR » Sun Apr 15, 2012 3:28 am

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I second that motion


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Re: Ti Wasps

Postby CloudySkyJedi » Tue Apr 17, 2012 2:25 am

Got a Ti Wasp at Glass Blown. They are EXACTLY like the old beefy stiff Z Wasps.

I got a lime green 173-174 (the only weight they had). Perfectly flat, and very stiff.

Zero high speed turn. Laser straight w/moderate overstable finish.
I've always loved my stiff Z Wasp (slightly meathookish for a midrange) and this Ti is a clone of that disc.

If Discraft was smart, they would call this a Buzzz OS. B/C they'd sell a whole lot more of them. I know the Wasp is OG and the Buzzz is just a modified Wasp, but the Buzzz way overshadowed it in popularity.

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Re: Ti Wasps

Postby pg043 » Wed Apr 18, 2012 10:38 pm

I think it's funny that Nate Doss got his name on the Buzzz since I don't even think he throws them. At least he didn't as of a few years ago. But they probably gave mccabe the wasp too because the Buzzz SS sells much much less than the Buzzz.
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Re: Ti Wasps

Postby warobert » Thu Apr 19, 2012 8:15 pm

Sounds like Discraft needs to get some of these into normal retail channels so I can try these things out!
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Re: Ti Wasps

Postby BLURR » Sun Apr 22, 2012 7:21 pm

pg043 wrote:I think it's funny that Nate Doss got his name on the Buzzz since I don't even think he throws them. At least he didn't as of a few years ago. But they probably gave mccabe the wasp too because the Buzzz SS sells much much less than the Buzzz.


Doss does throw the buzzz and surprisingly the wasp as well.
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Re: Ti Wasps

Postby JHern » Wed Jun 20, 2012 12:48 am

BLURR wrote:...Doss does throw the buzzz and surprisingly the wasp as well.


Yep, but don't forget that he gets the pick of the lot from Discraft.
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Re: Ti Wasps

Postby Pironix » Wed Jun 20, 2012 7:51 pm

pg043 wrote:I think it's funny that Nate Doss got his name on the Buzzz since I don't even think he throws them. At least he didn't as of a few years ago. But they probably gave mccabe the wasp too because the Buzzz SS sells much much less than the Buzzz.


From what I was told the Buzzz SS wasn't molding properly in Ti...
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Re: Ti Wasps

Postby pdiddy71 » Sat Jun 23, 2012 10:55 am

From what I understand, The Ti Buzzz SS was too understable. The first two Ti Buzzzes I bought from online flipped like a worn Buzzz SS. So when my local Play It Again sports got a shipment of Titanium Stalkers and Buzzzes, I got a Silver Buzzz and a Gold Stalker. The Silver one flies like a Buzzz should. It doesn't flip over like the Gold and Purple ones I got online. So I have been investing in gray and silver Buzzzes. The Stalkers are overstable, which I like. Too bad the Z Hornet wasn't as stable, or I would have kept one.
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