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racer93 05-04-2017 05:16 PM

One last question about PD2s--was the overstability of the C-line luster discs an aberration or the norm?

Flick Maniac 05-05-2017 12:23 AM

What do you mean? All luster PD2s are super OS is what I heard. Not all C-lines are super OS. Not sure what you mean by aberration or the norm, but as there has only yet been one run of luster PD2s, for that mold, overstability is the norm. Luster plastic itself does not seem to make ALL molds (super) overstable, but some molds it does.

racer93 05-05-2017 07:09 AM

What I meant was if the Luster PD2s were more overstable than the other PD2s in other plastics. Aberration just means to be unusual or a "freak" accident.

The point is I have known the PD2s to be overstable but the lusters I have are just stupid overstable. As I pointed out above, my G-line is much less overstable.

skizzle34 05-05-2017 07:46 AM

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Originally Posted by racer93 (Post 3173269)
Fair enough. Thanks for the input, skizzle.

I managed to get out for a minute in between rain showers and did a little field word with my g-line. It bombs! Thrown hard and flat into a minor headwind (5-7mph), it did a slight turn and went roughly 450' with a nice fade. (For comparison, my DDXs went ~510' going off google earth measures.) I threw it with a bunch of anhyzer (I hate throwing this way...) and it went about the same in a tailwind.

Verdict--I love this disc! I can't wait until it beats in a bit more and becomes a real bomber...

Only problem you are going to run into with G line is that in the middle of the summer it is going to feel floppy. PD2 is such a naturally OS disc that getting real turn out of it is hard without anhyzer release. I have an S line I have been beating in for about a year and it is still basically a fresh destroyer.

racer93 05-05-2017 07:59 AM

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Originally Posted by skizzle34 (Post 3173607)
Only problem you are going to run into with G line is that in the middle of the summer it is going to feel floppy. PD2 is such a naturally OS disc that getting real turn out of it is hard without anhyzer release. I have an S line I have been beating in for about a year and it is still basically a fresh destroyer.

You're right about the summer. I don't mind it with the gstar roadrunner I have. I tend to like softer plastic, anyway. (I feel I can get a better grip on the disc.) It really does start out like a fresh destroyer. Super nice!

Daniel

Flick Maniac 05-05-2017 09:13 AM

Yeah I believe the moronically OS PD2s in C-line are: MF, luster, 2014 run bubble rim pop tops (i.e.2nd run)

There are some ludicrously OS S-line runs too but someone else can pinpoint the runs if they know better

Reniger 05-05-2017 01:38 PM

The Swirly S-Line Hypno Huk are stupid OS. Eagle and Simon have talked about them in commentary, ITBs, interviews and such as being one of the most OS runs. I got one just because I think they're pretty, but there's no way in hell I can throw for anything other than a Firebird shot. And I have Firebirds for that. :D

Strauss 05-06-2017 08:57 AM

I've got a swirly Supreme Flight stamped PD2 that is ultra beef, flies identical to my swirly Hypno Huk stamp which of course is also mega beef.

I've thrown a luster a few times and it was at least as crazy overstable as those two, maybe even a tad more.

I bag the swirly Supreme Flight stamp for beef, paired with a G-line for more workable distance in moderate headwinds.

racer93 05-06-2017 09:05 PM

Yeah, my G-line is just awesome in calm or just a slight headwind. I can't wait to play a round and get some quality time with it...:)

drew2000 05-07-2017 09:29 PM

Are there any plans for Discmania to ever produce a disc similar or possibly even the same mold as the Innova Max the same way as was done with the Gremlin? I love my pop-top Star Max and flat top Champion Max, but the online supply of these discs is very small and I would love to see full production runs of a disc with the combination of speed and stability the Max gives because of how usefull these discs are for me and how much fun they are to throw something that massively overstable.

And before anyone throws out a response talking about a Metal Flake or Swirly S Line PD2, the Max is still more stable.


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