i find the problem is that very rarely do you want shots that have a "static" angle behavior.
Blake_T wrote:i find the problem is that very rarely do you want shots that have a "static" angle behavior.
there are a few shots teebirds can't perform:
1) big s-curve in a reasonable amount of height
2) turnover roller
3) wide hyzer (i.e. 50' out to the right, 50' back).
4) gentle hyzer flip s
the teebird will definitely hold angles, but the downside is that its characteristics aren't very conducive to a lot of shots that have full flight manipulation.
It sounds like it should be fading more. Right?
Bite hard enough if you get them wide...I'm having trouble visualizing this. Is this knifing cleanly through the air or more of a sideways "airbounce" type of flight? Off to experiment with a cyclone.
-*-* symmetrical parabolic shape = true arc? (my brain is full, can I go home)
trogdor wrote:I love climbing hills with my thrashed tee-bird. Aiming left, thrown hyzer parallel to the hill, it flips to flat to slightly past flat, and usually lands before it gets a chance to fade left unless I get it way too high.
Thatdirtykid wrote:I would agree w/ tree, a good control driver such as a cyclone, gazelle or teebird (cyclone and gazelle being versitle and teebird being straight).
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