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LADamon 03-04-2016 06:17 PM

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Originally Posted by crd 81 (Post 2958916)
Have any of you all found overlap between the TD and CD2?

No not really. The TD is lazer beam straight while the cd2 is more stable near the end of the flight

crd 81 03-04-2016 07:19 PM

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Originally Posted by LADamon (Post 2958922)
No not really. The TD is lazer beam straight while the cd2 is more stable near the end of the flight

Thanks for the feedback. The reason that I ask is that the CTD that I threw a while back reminded me of the CD2 that I got recently. Maybe the differences show up in the different plastics.

A part of me thinks there is enough overlap between the two that I can carry one and not the other and just cover the other shots I may need by getting them in different plastics.

crater77 03-05-2016 07:20 PM

When will we see d-line fd back in stock?

FightingTheTide 03-05-2016 07:22 PM

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Originally Posted by crd 81 (Post 2958956)
Thanks for the feedback. The reason that I ask is that the CTD that I threw a while back reminded me of the CD2 that I got recently. Maybe the differences show up in the different plastics.

A part of me thinks there is enough overlap between the two that I can carry one and not the other and just cover the other shots I may need by getting them in different plastics.

It really does depend on plastics and variations in PLH.

1st run C CD2s would overlap with the more overstable S and C TD's
2nd run C CD2s would overlap with the stable (straight) S and C TD's
S CD2s would overlap with the more understable S and C TD's

FightingTheTide 03-05-2016 07:25 PM

How about an S or C P1x?

Or a P2x? (vtech bottom, blunt P2 profile, bead)

bogeyfreetilinfinity 03-05-2016 08:24 PM

And stop raising the prices of your discs

Jenga54 03-05-2016 08:57 PM

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Originally Posted by FightingTheTide (Post 2959496)
How about an S or C P1x?

Or a P2x? (vtech bottom, blunt P2 profile, bead)

Yes! Someone else wants a P2x!

And before anyone says that DX BB Aviars exist, they aren't stock. So :p
And I don't want millenium, I wand DiscMania

FightingTheTide 03-05-2016 09:06 PM

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Originally Posted by Jenga54 (Post 2959549)
Yes! Someone else wants a P2x!

And before anyone says that DX BB Aviars exist, they aren't stock. So[emoji14]And I don't want millenium, I wand DiscMania

Cool, glad I'm not the only one!

I'd love a C P2x for an overstable driving putter.

D and P P1x's are so nice off the tee for dead straight and line-holding. Also great for turnovers once you beat one in.

Jenga54 03-05-2016 09:10 PM

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Originally Posted by FightingTheTide (Post 2959556)
Cool, glad I'm not the only one!

I'd love a C P2x for an overstable driving putter.

D and P P1x's are so nice off the tee for dead straight and line-holding. Also great for turnovers once you beat one in.

I have no less than a dozen beat in P1x from constant use. When putting, upshots and drives, one round it made up 71% of my throws. SP2 made up a lot of the extra

I really like S Line, but a premium for driving and cycle D line for putting. Love that bead.

FightingTheTide 03-05-2016 09:12 PM

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Originally Posted by Jenga54 (Post 2959562)
I have no less than a dozen beat in P1x from constant use. When putting, upshots and drives, one round it made up 71% of my throws. SP2 made up a lot of the extra

I really like S Line, but a premium for driving and cycle D line for putting. Love that bead.

Ditto on the bead. It gives me better grip/feel with putts. I would expect the same on drives.


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