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SpikeHyzer 04-07-2015 03:15 PM

The Aussie Open is a CD2 I do believe. The other I want to say is a PC DD2. The DD2 is more rare than the Aussie Open disc. If that PC disc is new, I've seen them going for anywhere between $30-$40.

AlexJensen86 04-07-2015 03:25 PM

Wanted to say that my c line p2 has been PERFECT. great for flicks and just money off the tee. last night was one disc night at league and I went c line p2 and owned the wind. LOVING it!!

pecosROB 04-07-2015 04:10 PM

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Originally Posted by SpikeHyzer (Post 2744777)
The Aussie Open is a CD2 I do believe. The other I want to say is a PC DD2. The DD2 is more rare than the Aussie Open disc. If that PC disc is new, I've seen them going for anywhere between $30-$40.

Yep, DD2 and CD2. I believe they are new and unthrown. I will let him know and give him a link to this thread. Maybe we'll have a new member to DGCR! Thanks!

vogurt 04-08-2015 12:08 PM

Man. I just ordered 2 175g Red S line fD's as they are hybrid plastic. Champy star, can't wait to see how they fly compared to my C lines. 2 more pro P1x for practive putting, maybe one for approach. I think i'm going to use it as my putting putter for good. Another P MD3.

JL C DD, x out S DD, and a C line PD2. First time with these 2 molds, excited to see how they fly. I've put my wraith and Destroyer just past 400 feet after only playing less than a year, do these compare?

I really don't have room for anything in my bag that isn't Discmania haha I've fallen in love. Except for an envy and a firebird of course. I think I'm flat out buying only discmania from here on. For my bag slots anyway

Um... 04-08-2015 12:30 PM

Any plan to run more Echo DD2's soon?

SpikeHyzer 04-08-2015 01:14 PM

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Originally Posted by vogurt (Post 2745492)
JL C DD, x out S DD, and a C line PD2. First time with these 2 molds, excited to see how they fly. I've put my wraith and Destroyer just past 400 feet after only playing less than a year, do these compare?

Kind of, but not really. The JL C-DD feels similar to a wraith, but flies a bit more overstable than the Wraith. It will hold into some solid headwinds. I don't have much experience with the S-DD(Mainly because I prefer the overstability of the C-Line version).

As for the C-PD2...it depends on which version you ordered. The normal C-PD2pretty overstable and won't flip on you(And if you have a bubbled rim one it will be really overstable). The Flat JL(which does have some bubbles in the rim) will stay straighter longer and then hyzer out. I carry one of each style of C-PD2's as they both serve a purpose.

vogurt 04-08-2015 05:42 PM

Cool. So the DD's actually separate themselves from pD's or not really? I wouldn't imagine it is a huge difference. Less beef?

I have JL C, C, S and G pD's haha.

And I just grabbed the lizzote signature pd2 because it said simon gets some profit and I was all about it. I'll see how well I can throw it. I would imagine it's the most OS because it's a lizzote disc :P

vogurt 04-08-2015 06:17 PM

Lizzotes sig PD2 is flat JL :D

New013 04-09-2015 11:52 AM

Got my PMD3's in the mail. Initial reaction is positive. Nice and beefy so they can break in and cycle well and the glide is just awesome.

DinosaurThunder 04-09-2015 12:54 PM

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Originally Posted by New013 (Post 2746489)
Got my PMD3's in the mail. Initial reaction is positive. Nice and beefy so they can break in and cycle well and the glide is just awesome.

Agreed on the glide! One thing I noticed is even with all the glide I didn't have to worry about a hard crash and skip! I need to sell some discs and pick up a few more :clap:


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