booter wrote:I wouldn't compare it to an eagle x at all. I'd say the closest comparison is a stalker. Or maybe even a champ td. I'd say a leo as well but it's been forever since I've thrown a leo
emiller3 wrote:Sorry, I meant contrast them. I know they aren't similar, more like, how different are they?
I haven't thrown a Stalker, or a TD, or anything other fairway driver but a Teebird and a Leopard. The Leopard comparison makes sense to me.
Ryan C wrote:Rivers are definitely longer than TBs. I throw a TB about 340, and a River 375 easy. I would not mind calling them a slightly longer, slightly more stable leopard. Mine are not really what you would call seasoned, but they are definitely a hair more stable than any leopard I have thrown before.
Airwide wrote:TDK: I have 3 stalkers:
1 Orange Z stalker - Overstable (at least for my 90-95m distance)
1 Yellow Z Stalker - Straight ( more flat and a bit lower parting line compared to the orange stalker)
1 ESP Stalker (PDGA disc) - a bit understable compared to the yellow one.
Sounds like you've got a Stalker similar to my orange one.
Thatdirtykid wrote:Are people really comparing the river to a stalker? The two stalkers I have thrown (mine and then a friends to see if mine is an anomaly) were piggishly stable.
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