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Jenga54 01-10-2016 02:03 PM

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Originally Posted by FightingTheTide (Post 2922485)
Hold up...did you mean to post this here or in the "speculate your heart out about DM's new mold" thread? Haha.

This is an ever rolling version of that thread :)

fasteddie 01-10-2016 02:13 PM

Whoops, that was all meant for the new disc thread haha

DinosaurThunder 01-11-2016 07:50 AM

I love the g-line DD and wishing I didn't buy a black one with a black stamp haha The g-line DD is a flex shot machine and takes little to know effort for distance. This winter in -5 (feels like -25) weather I have had no issues with distance or the plastic getting too ridged. When compared to s-lines it doesn't fade back as hard, but that being said it isn't a "flippy machine" by any means. When thrown flat/hard it has a slight turn but flys like a broken in s-line DD at that point. Outstanding mold! I need to get a few orange ones :)

ill4mation 01-11-2016 06:44 PM

I know 2nd run fds are flat but is there any other run that's on the flatter side as well? I have some of the lizzotte stamped one's and they have a little more dome than I like.

Um... 01-11-2016 06:50 PM

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Originally Posted by ill4mation (Post 2923183)
I know 2nd run fds are flat but is there any other run that's on the flatter side as well? I have some of the lizzotte stamped one's and they have a little more dome than I like.

Do you know what run your lizotte's are? I have a regular 5th run that is SLIGHTLY more flat than my 3rd/4th runs, but if you have 5th run lizotte stamps, that's not going to help you. Definitely not as flat as 2nd run.

ill4mation 01-12-2016 12:54 AM

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Originally Posted by Um... (Post 2923189)
Do you know what run your lizotte's are? I have a regular 5th run that is SLIGHTLY more flat than my 3rd/4th runs, but if you have 5th run lizotte stamps, that's not going to help you. Definitely not as flat as 2nd run.

I'm pretty sure they were described as a mix of 4th and 5th runs when I bought them from the discmania store. I have another one I bought at pias and it's flatter and is not a 2nd run. I guess I'm just looking for which run is the flattest outside of the 2nd run? I'm looking for c lines for clarification.

Um... 01-12-2016 01:31 AM

All C-Lines.

The 4th and 5th runs are distinctly different. 4th are the softer and more flexible Jolly Launcher plastic. 5th runs are the stiffer and more translucent variant. They fly a bit differently from one another.

5th run is what you're looking for if you want the second most flat(ish) C-Line. If you want a flat, flat FD, G-Line.

gerth_vader 01-12-2016 01:52 AM

proto p-line is flat flat also

Flick Maniac 01-12-2016 07:40 AM

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Originally Posted by DinosaurThunder (Post 2920295)
One can hope a cool stamp on a bunch of molds! maybe a stamp that pays homage to one of the original designs?

http://i.imgur.com/VlT8nVW.jpg

This would be amazing as a mini stamp on a bunch of molds!

Here is one without the squiggles. Never seen one. Almost worth making an offer on it at the local auction, but its at 15 already and I got PDs to last me a few lifetimes.

https://scontent-sjc2-1.xx.fbcdn.net...53799484_o.jpg

Sorry about the mega pic. [img width] does not seem to work.

FightingTheTide 01-12-2016 07:43 AM

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Originally Posted by ill4mation (Post 2923183)
I know 2nd run fds are flat but is there any other run that's on the flatter side as well? I have some of the lizzotte stamped one's and they have a little more dome than I like.

Is it the shape or the flight you are after?
EDIT - just realized you said "flatter side", not flat and stiff...I may have spoken too quick. Looks like some good answers above, but I'll keep my reply below if it helps.

Flight - nothing, except maybe another mold. Some of the DM guys said the 169-172 C FD2's were somewhat close to a 2nd run C FD flight.

Feel - still nothing. G Lines are soft enough that I'd say there's no comparison. 2nd run C FD's were stiff from what I recall.

Which is why I am hoping for an S FD2... :thmbup:


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