First I wanted to say how much I like the Champ Sidewinders.
So much talk about X and L (Teex Rex, StarFire, etc.). I know what X and L stand for, but how do you create one vs. the other.
I'm going to the store soon to pick up a Cobra (or two). The ones in my bag now are all going straight or right (solved one problem but created another). Would I know the difference between an old dx Cobra and a new one. Also, IFFFFF I bought an old dx, a new dx, a pro, and a star today....which one would tail left the most today and then six months from today (given they were all thrown the same).
I do know that you have not created a Star Cobra (yet).
I'm not sure what you mean by old DX Cobra. If you mean old San Marino mold vs Ontario mold, I think the Ontario mold would tail off a little more than the San Marino. If you mean old DX material vs new DX, we haven't run the new DX in Cobra, yet but if we did, I would expect the tail to be relatively the same, but the high speed stability to be a little more. Right now, there are only DX, Pro and Champion available. They all start out pretty much the same, but the old DX will beat up faster than the Pro, which will beat up faster than the Champion. The Pro run starts out fairly stable, but will beat up to a turning disc. We will run Star Cobras at some point, and new DX. I expect both of these to be the best of the lot. The new DX is much more durable than the old, grippier and should form up to a good flyer. The Star should be similar to the Champion with a better grip.