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crookymonstar 09-25-2014 12:06 AM

I wouldn't be surprised if this has been asked before, but I love the idea. What are the chances if sometime down the road Discmania releases a true overstable fairway driver? I'd love a small diameter one similar to a whippet or something. That's would make my day. I use the FD every round and plan on replacing my Teebird with an FD2 someday. I think with only two fairway drivers in the lineup both being great, either a super overstable or something less stable than the FD would be sweet

JTacoma03 09-25-2014 02:29 AM

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Originally Posted by crookymonstar (Post 2581617)
I wouldn't be surprised if this has been asked before, but I love the idea. What are the chances if sometime down the road Discmania releases a true overstable fairway driver? I'd love a small diameter one similar to a whippet or something. That's would make my day. I use the FD every round and plan on replacing my Teebird with an FD2 someday. I think with only two fairway drivers in the lineup both being great, either a super overstable or something less stable than the FD would be sweet

While the FD2 isn't small diameter, it is a true overstable fairway. Give it a try, though unless you're throwing a Brinster Teebird they're not that close in stability. It's more akin to a slightly worked-in firebird.

crookymonstar 09-25-2014 09:16 AM

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Originally Posted by JTacoma03 (Post 2581649)
While the FD2 isn't small diameter, it is a true overstable fairway. Give it a try, though unless you're throwing a Brinster Teebird they're not that close in stability. It's more akin to a slightly worked-in firebird.

Thanks for the info and quick response. I'm going to give the Fd2 a try regardless. But I think I was kinda leaning a little more towards something whippet, ram, or viperish. Something just silly overstable. Just wondered if something like that might ever be a possibilty in the line up someday

OB Four 09-25-2014 10:54 AM

http://i.imgur.com/GoRuu0Ul.jpg

Nothing to add/ask, just showing some Discmania love. My bin of unhealthy 2nd Run and PD hoarding.

heartman 09-25-2014 12:35 PM

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Originally Posted by FINNtastic (Post 2580643)
It's gotta be CD2.

nailed it: http://store.discmania.net/c-line-cd2-prototype.html

Quote:

The CD2 is our newest disc and is a long awaited straight flying 9 speed driver. This Control Driver gives the player an ability to shape your shots, much like the FD, but it rips down the fairway faster with a little more fade. This disc is rated at 9 | 5 | -1 | 2 . The CD2 has been reported to fly straighter, hit more fairways and to lower scores. Get your hands on one of these 10 limited release discs.

These Prototype CD2s were marked CD. These discs were originally meant to be a re-evaluation of the CD. The disc was so good we decided to make it its own disc. We love the CD2 and know it will help elevate all types of players to the next level.
http://store.discmania.net/media/cat...type_c-cd2.jpg

Spinthrift 09-25-2014 12:58 PM

Well, those didn't last long.

DanJon 09-25-2014 03:32 PM

Sounds like a Viking.

rarintal 10-01-2014 05:07 PM

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Originally Posted by mtak127 (Post 2580599)
Ok...so....whats the new release.....?

CD2, Control Driver 2

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Originally Posted by FINNtastic (Post 2580643)
It's gotta be CD2.

Yup!

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Originally Posted by heartman (Post 2580645)
new disc = Discmania's equivalent of the Thunderbird?

The Jolly Launcher Thunderbird is more overstable than the CD2.

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Originally Posted by maskedavenger (Post 2580656)
I am thinking like a C-PD but with more glide and less fade, perhaps a smidge more turn. A hybrid between C-FD and C-PD. Straight, predictable, controllable. i.e. Musthave. [9|5|-1|1]?

Very straight 9,5,-1,2

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Originally Posted by steinkecm (Post 2580726)
I don't know -- TD is too close to that to have that not be redundant.

8 5 -3 1?

The TD turns more.

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Originally Posted by steinkecm (Post 2580735)
Maybe just 7 5 -3 1. Actually an understable fairway.

The PDGA approved discs list from 9-17-14 doesn't have anything new from Discmania on it, so either this isn't approved yet, or it's a C Line version of something that's not already here.

However, that doesn't mean it's not a current mold of Innova (or a past one....), because the Gremlin is still listed under Innova. So it may be something that's already out there and is getting a rebrand or a rebirth.

The CD2 is a completely unique disc, as all of our discs besides 1. It has been approved. The only disc we at Discmania has taken from Innova was the GM-Gremlin.

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Originally Posted by Rol6566 (Post 2580745)
I bet it's already pdga approved but they havent announced it yet. Waiting for discmania to announce it first

Maybe sidewinderish?

We usually don't like to compare other discs but I believe the Sidewinder is more understable.

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Originally Posted by hurricaine (Post 2580988)
all this teasing they are doing is actually getting annoying. at least give us a little info if youre gonna post multiple times about upcoming releases

There was only 1 post of a new disc. Then the prototypes were released :)

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Originally Posted by crookymonstar (Post 2581617)
I wouldn't be surprised if this has been asked before, but I love the idea. What are the chances if sometime down the road Discmania releases a true overstable fairway driver? I'd love a small diameter one similar to a whippet or something. That's would make my day. I use the FD every round and plan on replacing my Teebird with an FD2 someday. I think with only two fairway drivers in the lineup both being great, either a super overstable or something less stable than the FD would be sweet

The FD2 is very overstable. It's like a tank through the wind it goes straight then dumps off pretty hard.

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Originally Posted by JTacoma03 (Post 2581649)
While the FD2 isn't small diameter, it is a true overstable fairway. Give it a try, though unless you're throwing a Brinster Teebird they're not that close in stability. It's more akin to a slightly worked-in firebird.

Thanks for that comparison of the FD2!

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Originally Posted by crookymonstar (Post 2581742)
Thanks for the info and quick response. I'm going to give the Fd2 a try regardless. But I think I was kinda leaning a little more towards something whippet, ram, or viperish. Something just silly overstable. Just wondered if something like that might ever be a possibilty in the line up someday

We will consider it in the future.

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Originally Posted by OB Four (Post 2581894)
http://i.imgur.com/GoRuu0Ul.jpg

Nothing to add/ask, just showing some Discmania love. My bin of unhealthy 2nd Run and PD hoarding.

Nice picture!

:D

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Originally Posted by Spinthrift (Post 2582086)
Well, those didn't last long.

More coming soon!

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Originally Posted by DanJon (Post 2582253)
Sounds like a Viking.

Do not quote me on this but, I believe the Viking likes to turn a bit more. The CD2 is very straight.

steinkecm 10-01-2014 05:11 PM

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Originally Posted by rarintal (Post 2586941)

Do not quote me on this but, I believe the Viking likes to turn a bit more. The CD2 is very straight.

Viking will have a bit more fade than the CD2, theoretically speaking.

Flick Maniac 10-03-2014 04:05 AM

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and
https://fbcdn-sphotos-g-a.akamaihd.n...7298d81e9e0c67

you guys are mean picking on us poor poor discgolfers. but thats why we love you.


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