spitfire wrote:whats the easiest way to determine if its the new plastic or not? or will i just know.
lacrimosa wrote:I got a DX teerex as a tournament disc, and it's really breaking in fast. I was only using it on a couple headwind holes, but now it flips into headwinds, so I'm using it as a max-d s curve driver.
TexasOutlaw wrote:I hate the impersonate the PDGA board but: you Discraft! Youre falling behind!
Fritz wrote:That's Star Plastic, TeeRex isnt' in DX yet.
lacrimosa wrote:Fritz wrote:That's Star Plastic, TeeRex isnt' in DX yet.
They were from a special tournament run. I've thrown some star tee-rexes as well - out of the box, the dx are much stiffer and more overstable than the star, but they break in to make nice (but kind of squirrely) max d discs, especially into light headwinds.
spitfire wrote:is the dragon is this new plastic yet? i had one a couple months ago and lost it picked one up the other day and its a lot more grippy than before.
also i picked up 2 valk dx and one is flat and the other has more of a dome shape. does this kind of thing happen a lot? or was it maybe just a diferent run.
twmccoy wrote:All the dragons I have are really bendy rubbery plastic. The hydra on the other hand is extremely stiff hard plastic that doesn't bend at all. I did find a 2X beast in DX plastic that was also very stiff.
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