JR wrote:I hate it when people tout the Teebird as being straight. Sure in calm conditions it won't flip when new and it fades hard. Then breaking it in it becomes moderately overstable and flips even in calm weather. Compared to other discs when it came out it was good after breaking in. Designs have become better. The TB needs a lot of snap and breaking in and a good deal of power is needed and swirling gusts send it off. The Teebird does hold up well in quite stiff constant winds though. People blah blah about the glide which also has been surpassed a decade ago. It is a power hungry brick. And not the straightest disc out there with enough HSS to protect against user error. While not being a meathook. Move over grandpa.
JR wrote:The TB needs a lot of snap and breaking in and a good deal of power is needed and swirling gusts send it off.
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