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Ti Wasps

Postby dgdave » Wed Apr 11, 2012 7:37 pm

They're here

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Re: Ti Wasps

Postby Flipflat » Wed Apr 11, 2012 8:00 pm

where?
I would like your X-Wasps, please.
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Re: Ti Wasps

Postby turso » Wed Apr 11, 2012 8:10 pm

in dgdave's photoshop folder.
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Re: Ti Wasps

Postby Flipflat » Wed Apr 11, 2012 8:11 pm

FB :( AM players pack at GBO, McCabe says.

What's up with the Ti colors? I think they'd look great in pink and chartreuse.
I would like your X-Wasps, please.
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Re: Ti Wasps

Postby turso » Wed Apr 11, 2012 8:25 pm

that grey is just asking to be forgotten about, ultraboring. They tried to copy the prettiest plastic on the market but came up short. Still hoping for a Ti Challenger because I think my grand kids' kids will die of old age before I'm seeing a GL one.
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Re: Ti Wasps

Postby jubuttib » Wed Apr 11, 2012 8:37 pm

EMac Wasp? Didn't even know he had one in his bag. And according to his team page he doesn't.

Wonder if the Ti Wasp is any good, haven't heard much good things about Z Wasps.
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Re: Ti Wasps

Postby Booter » Wed Apr 11, 2012 10:14 pm

Flipflat wrote:
What's up with the Ti colors? I think they'd look great in pink and chartreuse.


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Re: Ti Wasps

Postby fastgti02 » Wed Apr 11, 2012 11:02 pm

I'll take that If you don't want it.
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Re: Ti Wasps

Postby ForeverBlue232 » Thu Apr 12, 2012 3:14 am

jubuttib wrote:EMac Wasp? Didn't even know he had one in his bag. And according to his team page he doesn't.

Wonder if the Ti Wasp is any good, haven't heard much good things about Z Wasps.


I haven't found a Wasp thread on here with the search... What is bad about Z Wasps? I just recently tried out the Z Wasp for the first time, and really liked it. Are the other Wasps even better, and in what ways?
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Re: Ti Wasps

Postby victorb » Thu Apr 12, 2012 5:55 am

ForeverBlue232 wrote:
jubuttib wrote:EMac Wasp? Didn't even know he had one in his bag. And according to his team page he doesn't.

Wonder if the Ti Wasp is any good, haven't heard much good things about Z Wasps.


I haven't found a Wasp thread on here with the search... What is bad about Z Wasps? I just recently tried out the Z Wasp for the first time, and really liked it. Are the other Wasps even better, and in what ways?


I think the wasp is the second best midrange that discraft makes, to the comet. If I didn't throw rocs, I'd throw a wasp/comet combo. DX Rocs are exponentially better than D wasps though, in terms of flight patterns and wear cycles.

A lot of people (not necessarily on these forums) fail to remember that the buzzz is just a wasp without the beaded rim.
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Re: Ti Wasps

Postby NoLifeLeft » Thu Apr 12, 2012 6:30 am

ForeverBlue232 wrote:What is bad about Z Wasps?

There were some batches of Z Wasps that were about the same stability as a Buzzz. That is the main complaint I've seen.
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Re: Ti Wasps

Postby BLURR » Thu Apr 12, 2012 6:51 am

Once the FR Z-Wasp's were gone, the mold just didn't seem to fly the same. The FR's were definitely great to have in the bag. Wish I had bought a stack of them when I first started playing. The more recent runs aren't as stable as they used to be. The last Z-Wasp I bought was similar to a heavy Glo Z-Buzzz. If they could produce the same flight as the FR's, then I'd right back on the Wasp again.
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Re: Ti Wasps

Postby money 21 » Thu Apr 12, 2012 9:17 am

i agree with blurr the first run were so good that the later ones just didn't measure up. i like the x wasp alot and threw them for a long time with sucess. I am really hoping they make the surge in ti.
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Re: Ti Wasps

Postby Working Stiff » Thu Apr 12, 2012 9:26 am

BLURR wrote:Once the FR Z-Wasp's were gone, the mold just didn't seem to fly the same. The FR's were definitely great to have in the bag. Wish I had bought a stack of them when I first started playing. The more recent runs aren't as stable as they used to be. The last Z-Wasp I bought was similar to a heavy Glo Z-Buzzz. If they could produce the same flight as the FR's, then I'd right back on the Wasp again.
I have to assume that was by design, though. The FR Wasps were beefy. They probably got a bunch of "they are too overstable" feedback and altered the mold to dial that back.

It's overlooked now because they accidentally killed Wasp sales with the Buzzz. I'm surprised they bothered to make a Ti version.
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Re: Ti Wasps

Postby juju » Thu Apr 12, 2012 9:51 am

Does McCabe have multiple world titles? Why he get two molds?
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