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OB Four 04-18-2014 07:25 PM

might've been answered already, i went through most of the thread, don't think saw this asked..apologies if it was...

when are the regular production FD2's slated to come out?

rallyguy 04-18-2014 11:27 PM

Are the P PD's the older gummy plastic or the firmer stuff?

rarintal 04-19-2014 04:42 AM

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Originally Posted by Um... (Post 2429030)
Thanks for keeping the answers coming rarintal!

Another question for you... What plastic are the Lady Line discs in? The description is pretty vague. ;)

The Lady Line discs are a very soft and grippy P-LINE plastic. I have never really felt anything like it before.

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Originally Posted by AJ53 (Post 2429320)
When, if ever, will there be more S-PDs in 150-160g range?

There will be more S-PDs in 150-160g weight class. We are working on getting these.

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Originally Posted by JTacoma03 (Post 2429391)
Good job fielding these questions brother. Get up here for Masters Cup! I still owe you beers.

I will work on it.

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Originally Posted by OB Four (Post 2429499)
might've been answered already, i went through most of the thread, don't think saw this asked..apologies if it was...

when are the regular production FD2's slated to come out?

I am sorry, I can not answer this question accurately at the moment, so I don't feel I can answer this.

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Originally Posted by rallyguy (Post 2429721)
Are the P PD's the older gummy plastic or the firmer stuff?

The P-LINE PD's are firmer.

Mr. Butlertron 04-19-2014 04:47 PM

My last question was passed over so I'll be more blunt and direct. I have one Discmania disc (s-pd @ 158) that's great, which makes me want to try more 150-159 discs. The problem is that there is barely anything of that weight on the market. I would know, I look daily. Officially, what molds DO you make this low? Will you release enough light weight disc molds to fill a bag???

onemilemore 04-20-2014 10:28 PM

I know this isn't thread-related, but fellow Discmaniacs are invited to come join The Asylum, a new group dedicated to all things Discmania.

If the group is not open for some reason (I am still getting the hang of the group thing), let me know and I'll shoot you an invite. Cheers!

fasteddie 04-21-2014 08:39 AM

I can quite figure out how to join the group there onemilemore, but I'd like to join.

I've got another question rarintal!

I have two P PDs that are unique. I believe they are from an early run (I've had them for a couple years). They are flat as a board ZERO DOME (as flat as pro rhynos, and FAF firebirds, they look exactly like OOP 2004 flat pearl orcs.) and they are SUPER gummy, 167 g. I've never been able to find anymore of these bad boys.

All other P PDs I've found have been stiff and look like a normal PD (slight dome).

Any info on these? was is a mistake? re tooling? limited run? I've had them in my bag long enough to worry about replacements when the time comes, it's the only disc that I don't have at least five back ups.

Any other discmaniacs seen or have some of these?

fasteddie 04-21-2014 08:40 AM

you guys over there at discmania don't have a box of these hanging around in storage by chance?

pnasalberta 04-21-2014 03:39 PM

When the new md3 comes out will it be made in a stiff p line plastic? I think it should.

Rol6566 04-21-2014 03:41 PM

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Originally Posted by pnasalberta (Post 2431833)
When the new md3 comes out will it be made in a stiff p line plastic? I think it should.

Yea, a kcpro or dx md3 would be awesome. Cycle like rocs

Shocker 04-21-2014 10:26 PM

Will you guys be stocking anymore lighter S-FD's soon?? There is only 1 left at 172 at the rest at 175. I personally like 166-169g, but would take a 170 if it's my only option. Thanks in advance!


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