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best disc ever made. If you have that say 300- 350 shot I will pull out one of the three teebirds I have in my bag. One of mine is flippy, one new, other is just average. If you need a straight dependable shot then this is the disc for you. If you are looking for that super long disc this disc isn't for you.
I'm expecting mine in the mail any day now. I was instantly sold on the idea of a more ergonomic inner lip, so let's hope my gullibility pays off.
i've seen some amazing rollers with a tee bird
My understanding is that the TeeBird Plus is a Tournament Fundraiser (CFR Disc) So we will order them up when we run our next tournament!
A Star TeeBird is a very accurate driver with consistent flight results.
A Star TL is a straighter flying version of the TeeBird.
The TeeBird + should be a more overstable version of the TeeBird.
Right now I use heavier TeeBirds for overstability and Lighter ones for straighter flights with glide.

Any possibility that the Teebird Plus and the Disc Mania (Innova) PD (power driver) are the same thing? I haven't seen a T Plus, but the description fits the Power Driver "Freak" that I just picked up.
Not the same disc.
The Power Driver PD is going to have a bigger wing.
The Power Driver PD is going to perform like an overstable TeeBird, thus the description. (Sweet).
Yes, Disc Mania discs are produced by Innova for Europe, and they even brought back the Champion Gremlin!

sounds like an eagle to me.
I want to throw it right now.
The Discmania GM Gremlin is currently available only in S-Line (Star plastic) not Champion plastic. Many GM S-Line discs do resemble Champion plastic in that they are a bit see-through.
The Power Driver PD is much sharper than the eagle and has a wider rim (by 1mm)
Rim on Eagle is 8mm wide and the Power Driver PD is 9mm wide.

will the regular teebird still be available in all the plastics?
That looks a lot different. You know what I mean, a more stable teebird is an eagle. Have you thrown it and how does it fly? I love the teebird just curious.

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