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krooster 05-19-2020 06:58 PM

JK Aviar X and Soft P-Line P2 are close to interchangeable for me.

Now that Simon is putting with the P1, I'm hoping it becomes popular enough that they run it in Soft P-Line again.

Purra 05-23-2020 09:36 AM

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Originally Posted by Tolexi (Post 3588230)
You want P3X or Aviar3 then

Actually put back one of my P3Xs back in my bag :) Would like a flat , kind of neutral putter from Discmania , in premium plastic to use as a throwing putter :)

pnasalberta 05-25-2020 03:26 PM

I know this is a long shot but is there a chance of getting glow P-line P2s for the october ghouls? It would be wicked if there were some psycho stamped glow stiff P-line P2.

cHildebrandt 05-26-2020 12:28 AM

This may be a good question...

I just bought a bunch of Discmania/Innova stuff.

I have the arm speed to get a nice understable flight out of a 170g Star Sidewinder, however, I throw my S-Line and C-Line FD's and they act more like Explorers. WHY!?!?

They are a Rancho mold and 175g, but being a 7 speed I expected to get a nice straight-Understable flight. They hold a hyzer, it is still a pushing Hyzer but they don't leave the angle I throw them on like I see alot of others' do.

Is it the fact they are Rancho molded or am I just a noodle arm?

B The V 05-26-2020 07:43 AM

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Originally Posted by cHildebrandt (Post 3590019)

Is it the fact they are Rancho molded or am I just a noodle arm?

How far do you typically throw an fd?

ray1970 05-26-2020 10:20 AM

For what itís worth, the FD (especially in S-line) isnít nearly as understable as a Sidewinder.

cHildebrandt 05-26-2020 10:28 AM

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Originally Posted by ray1970 (Post 3590065)
For what itís worth, the FD (especially in S-line) isnít nearly as understable as a Sidewinder.

Good to know.. I have my Prodigy F3's that I planned to replace with the FD's, the F3's flight was a nice Hyzer flip to flat but I wanted a straighter finish.

Oi Vey.

Disc golf is stupid sometimes.

broomerang 05-26-2020 01:28 PM

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Originally Posted by cHildebrandt (Post 3590067)
Good to know.. I have my Prodigy F3's that I planned to replace with the FD's, the F3's flight was a nice Hyzer flip to flat but I wanted a straighter finish.

Oi Vey.

Disc golf is stupid sometimes.

Sounds like a leopard or leo3 is what you were expecting.

FD is stable, just a tick less than a TL3. And responds very well to angle manipulation.

Youíll beat an S-Line in and it will flip up and ride right. Lighter weights will help as well.

cHildebrandt 05-26-2020 08:52 PM

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Originally Posted by broomerang (Post 3590131)
Sounds like a leopard or leo3 is what you were expecting.

FD is stable, just a tick less than a TL3. And responds very well to angle manipulation.

You’ll beat an S-Line in and it will flip up and ride right. Lighter weights will help as well.

So more along the lines of a Fairway Driver Buzzz... Holds a line and dependable...

Here I am derping about complaining that they're so stable. Lol. I can rid myself of the explorers if this is the case.

My discs mostly go right anyways. I have lefty syndrome ����

broomerang 05-27-2020 09:41 AM

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Originally Posted by cHildebrandt (Post 3590350)
So more along the lines of a Fairway Driver Buzzz... Holds a line and dependable...

Fairway Buzzz is pretty spot on.

7 6 0 1 is more accurate if comparing across all companies

In Innovaís world the wraith and destroyer are -1


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