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JTacoma03 05-05-2015 01:27 AM

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Originally Posted by kcplease (Post 2763308)
Did you buy a swirl? Those tend to be the beefiest of the S-lines and the softest of them as well.

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Originally Posted by Soups (Post 2763317)
Nah it was just a regular S-Line yellow one. It was before the Swirl one was released. Might have to get one of those at some point anyway, because they look sweet.

Actually the first runs (flat yellow and orange) are slightly more beefy than the swirls.

Soups 05-05-2015 02:22 PM

Thanks :) I'm fairly confident that my one isn't a first run, unfortunately. Beefiness aside, which I presume refers to stability only, what about my other question regarding rigidity?

gerth_vader 05-05-2015 05:47 PM

will we see a release of g-line pd2's? Also I have to mention that my d-line fd has been amazing and I wish for a kp2 style pro plastic run every night before bed!!!

vogurt 05-06-2015 01:10 PM

I have been flipping my 167 star destroyer, and have gotten a champ 175 that gives me a little turn, and champ that doesn't turn at all.

What can I grab in Discmania that will be my all out distance? I don't necessarily wnat to go down the Destroyer rabbit hole unless it really is the best option seeing as though all the pros are throwing them.

I have a Star DD that gives me a straight rope and then pretty nice fade. A Pro line of the same thing with less beef.

Jolly launcher pD for days.

JL C PD2 that I obviously can't get any turn out of, maybe a S PD2??

Jolly launcher DD2 that I haven't thrown much.


Also, are you going to be running more 2nd run fD's? Only 5 167g oranges left :(

fasteddie 05-06-2015 01:17 PM

" Also, are you going to be running more 2nd run fD's? Only 5 167g oranges left "

2nd run FD's were the 2nd run.... they were made once, not continuously. There is and always has been a finite amount of them.

vogurt 05-06-2015 01:43 PM

I know that. I meant more or less taking that mold and re-running them, by popular demand. FD2 isn't quite a 2nd run fD but I guess I'll manage.

Um... 05-06-2015 02:10 PM

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Originally Posted by vogurt (Post 2764687)
What can I grab in Discmania that will be my all out distance?

The DD2 is Discmania's fastest disc and throughout the lineup of plastics, definitely one that can hold different roles throughout your bag. I've had the most luck with a relatively 'heavy' Blizzard DD2. In anything but a strong headwind I could count on it to flip up, glide forever, and still finish reliably. I think rarintal mentioned earlier in this thread that the 164g yellow Blizzard DD2's are absolute bombers.

I'll be excited to check out the G-line DD2's to see how they compare to the rest of the lineup. I've also had good results throwing the P-line DD2 but gave mine to a buddy to try out and never got it back! :\

vogurt 05-07-2015 06:08 PM

I wonder how well an S-FD2 would beat in? I could imagine that thing beating in to be laser straight and predictable as ever. That would be a sweet disc to run in the hybrid champy star stuff!!!!!

fasteddie 05-07-2015 07:17 PM

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Originally Posted by rallyguy (Post 2759934)
Hmmm...so they are hiding somewhere else maybe. On Instagram dgcoursereview had a g line dd2 and td2, and I would do bad things to get my hands on a g line td2.

G-line DD2 and P2s were released today!

gerth_vader 05-07-2015 07:59 PM

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Originally Posted by vogurt (Post 2765608)
I wonder how well an S-FD2 would beat in? I could imagine that thing beating in to be laser straight and predictable as ever. That would be a sweet disc to run in the hybrid champy star stuff!!!!!

yeah, I think champy star would be really nice for the fd2. there is something special about the 2nd run fd though. I bag both as well as d-line and s-line fd's!


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