!Transition Eagle

  • !Transition Eagle

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Most people do not know the history of this era. The Eagle mold was retooled in May of 1983.
These "Transition" discs came about because Dave Dunipace was not happy with how the original Eagle performed. 
He wanted the disc to be more stable in flight so he tweaked the original Eagle mold. 

    These discs were never named.  Very few left the factory.  About 60 discs were produced from this mold configuration. 
Three very small material mixes were used in this test run.  Each mix produced about 20 discs.  All of the discs were white. 
The material was a softer DX type material blend.  The first mix produced discs in the 145-155g weight range.  These discs were marked only with the weight. 
The second mix produced discs in the 165-170g weight range.  They were marked with the weight and a small #2. 
The third and final mix produced discs in the 175-180g weight range.  These discs were marked with the weight and a small #3. 
All of these discs were left blank.

    As with all of the original Eagles they have no engraving or mold markings. 
These were never released and very few exist today. 

    After these transition test shots the mold was adjusted to include the “Patent Pending” engraving and the Aero was born. 
The first run of Aero’s were run in the first week in June of 1983.

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