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hurricaine 07-22-2014 12:51 PM

2nd run FD
 
If i order C line FD's off the discmania store and ask for second runs is it possible to get them. Ive been wanting to make a large purchase but want 2nd run FD's.

Freeze07 07-23-2014 12:31 AM

Any chance there will be another midrange released this year maybe an understable one.

steinkecm 07-23-2014 10:42 AM

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Originally Posted by Freeze07 (Post 2522903)
Any chance there will be another midrange released this year maybe an understable one.

There are rumblings of the MD1 being retooled to be understable.

steinkecm 07-23-2014 10:45 AM

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Originally Posted by Moonshine (Post 2521308)
QFT. The more I use the P2, the more I like it. C-Line P2 would be $$$ for driving.

I think that they probably have trouble molding it under legal weight. They would likely have to mess with the density of the plastic slightly to get it to be legal, and that would probably make it less stable.

I agree that it would be sweet, but it probably wouldn't be a P2.

JTacoma03 07-23-2014 12:01 PM

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Originally Posted by Moonshine (Post 2521308)
QFT. The more I use the P2, the more I like it. C-Line P2 would be $$$ for driving.

Try a P3 in the meantime. Great beadless driving putter, can even handle FH in the C-line plastic.

Moonshine 07-23-2014 12:43 PM

I've heard the p3 has dome. Are there any colors/weights that are flat?

JTacoma03 07-24-2014 02:55 AM

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Originally Posted by Moonshine (Post 2523304)
I've heard the p3 has dome. Are there any colors/weights that are flat?

Ryan knows best but my blue C-line is only slightly domey. I think if it was flat it wouldn't glide as well, but maybe I'm wrong?

Rol6566 07-24-2014 09:43 AM

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Originally Posted by steinkecm (Post 2523140)
I think that they probably have trouble molding it under legal weight. They would likely have to mess with the density of the plastic slightly to get it to be legal, and that would probably make it less stable.

I agree that it would be sweet, but it probably wouldn't be a P2.

They made c lines for the Japan open a couple years ago. They are 159-160 I have a couple of them. I'd love to have some flat jolly launcher p2

Spike Hyzer 07-27-2014 01:26 AM

PD Stability
 
Can someone give me the stability order of the PD plastics? I am currently throwing a 3rd run C-Line, S-line, and European masters G-line.

rarintal 07-27-2014 02:37 PM

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Originally Posted by Jozzz (Post 2519297)
What do we have to do to get some G-Line PD2s around here...

Thanks for the suggestion we will keep it in mind for future productions!

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Originally Posted by Randall_K (Post 2521303)
Champ glo p2!!!!
Champ glo p2!!!!
Any glo p2!!!!

We will keep that in mind for future productions

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Originally Posted by Moonshine (Post 2521308)
QFT. The more I use the P2, the more I like it. C-Line P2 would be $$$ for driving.

The P2 is a great disc! we will keep that in mind for the future.

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Originally Posted by hurricaine (Post 2522126)
If i order C line FD's off the discmania store and ask for second runs is it possible to get them. Ive been wanting to make a large purchase but want 2nd run FD's.

You can always request them. But, we do not have any 2nd Run C-LINE FDs available at this time. We are very specific with what types of discs we have on the Discmania Store, if we had 2nd run FDs we would have it in the title and the description.

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Originally Posted by Freeze07 (Post 2522903)
Any chance there will be another midrange released this year maybe an understable one.

There's no date on the release, but we will be reinventing the MD1 in the future.

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Originally Posted by steinkecm (Post 2523134)
There are rumblings of the MD1 being retooled to be understable.

Correct.

Quote:

Originally Posted by steinkecm (Post 2523140)
I think that they probably have trouble molding it under legal weight. They would likely have to mess with the density of the plastic slightly to get it to be legal, and that would probably make it less stable.

I agree that it would be sweet, but it probably wouldn't be a P2.

That's an interesting idea. It seems the DGCR community wants a C-LINE P2. We will keep this in mind for future productions.

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Originally Posted by JTacoma03 (Post 2523255)
Try a P3 in the meantime. Great beadless driving putter, can even handle FH in the C-line plastic.

The P3 is a fantastic driving putter. It can handle a lot of power.

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Originally Posted by Moonshine (Post 2523304)
I've heard the p3 has dome. Are there any colors/weights that are flat?

The C-LINE P3s have a slight dome it's not overwelming like some of the test run D-LINE P3s that were released.

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Originally Posted by JTacoma03 (Post 2524229)
Ryan knows best but my blue C-line is only slightly domey. I think if it was flat it wouldn't glide as well, but maybe I'm wrong?

You are correct, but we haven't seen much of a variation in the C-LINE P3s. I personally agree that the dome makes it glide more.

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Originally Posted by Rol6566 (Post 2524329)
They made c lines for the Japan open a couple years ago. They are 159-160 I have a couple of them. I'd love to have some flat jolly launcher p2

We will keep this in mind for the future :)

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Originally Posted by Spike Hyzer (Post 2526768)
Can someone give me the stability order of the PD plastics? I am currently throwing a 3rd run C-Line, S-line, and European masters G-line.

The stability for all max weight PDs would go as follows: 1st run C-LINE PD, 5th run slightly domey Jolly Launcher C-LINE PD, 3rd Run hard and pearly C-LINE PD (the plastic is very similar to the 2nd run FDs), S-LINE PD and 4th run C-LINE (non plus mold opaque plastic) are very close, then G-LINE PD, and P-LINE PD. With the P-LINE I placed it last because it wears in faster and only keeps it's overstability for a short time, The G-LINE is much more durable and it has been keeping its stability longer.

Hope this helps!


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