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deyo7 04-23-2020 08:22 AM

My cd2 does not have same stability as my neutron volt FWIW. Cd2 has more turn where Volt flies on a rope with no turn. Ymmv

elmexdela 04-23-2020 09:01 AM

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Originally Posted by wolfhaley (Post 3578450)
Never thrown a PD. Is it like a beefier Thundy. I've actually only thrown 1 Thundy, lost it over the winter too.

well you know innonvas specialty is variation so depends which ones you get

guess there is some glideless thb and some hella os ones and some perfect ones

pds are about the same i used to have a honey pot stash but i sold them all so i could buy a bass (guitar) back in the day

im not up to date on the pd but it appears they have wildly varied over the years

i threw pds back in the glory days when ppd were available

really were spoiled cuz all discs like volt pd thb saint pro vulture and so on could work

wolfmandragon 04-23-2020 09:15 AM

Problem with the Plaz Volt is that they have not ran any in so long. I have been looking for at least a year for a sub 170g (mine is a 168) backup.

I have never thrown anything that can resist wind in multiple directions yet still have glide, other than a Plaz Volt. Very unique, I don't see a replacement for them. The closest thing I have found is a 150 class Banzai, but those have a much harder fade... I bag both even in my small bag.

discerdoo 04-23-2020 09:56 AM

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Originally Posted by elmexdela (Post 3578510)
well you know innonvas specialty is variation so depends which ones you get

guess there is some glideless thb and some hella os ones and some perfect ones

pds are about the same i used to have a honey pot stash but i sold them all so i could buy a bass (guitar) back in the day

im not up to date on the pd but it appears they have wildly varied over the years

i threw pds back in the glory days when ppd were available

really were spoiled cuz all discs like volt pd thb saint pro vulture and so on could work

You'll definitely need to work a PD in for a Volt flight. Lots of folks swear by a pro Thunderbird but sounds like they vary widely.

Should I brag about my small stack of unthrown P-PDs?

elmexdela 04-23-2020 10:03 AM

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Originally Posted by wolfmandragon (Post 3578515)
Problem with the Plaz Volt is that they have not ran any in so long. I have been looking for at least a year for a sub 170g (mine is a 168) backup.

I have never thrown anything that can resist wind in multiple directions yet still have glide, other than a Plaz Volt. Very unique, I don't see a replacement for them. The closest thing I have found is a 150 class Banzai, but those have a much harder fade... I bag both even in my small bag.

i got a 169 unthrown pink plaz volt

elmexdela 04-23-2020 10:06 AM

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Originally Posted by discerdoo (Post 3578535)
You'll definitely need to work a PD in for a Volt flight. Lots of folks swear by a pro Thunderbird but sounds like they vary widely.

Should I brag about my small stack of unthrown P-PDs?

ppd and some of the gstarrr pd were close enough to volt in flight to my noodle arm

discerdoo 04-23-2020 10:15 AM

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Originally Posted by wolfmandragon (Post 3578515)
Problem with the Plaz Volt is that they have not ran any in so long. I have been looking for at least a year for a sub 170g (mine is a 168) backup.

I have never thrown anything that can resist wind in multiple directions yet still have glide, other than a Plaz Volt. Very unique, I don't see a replacement for them. The closest thing I have found is a 150 class Banzai, but those have a much harder fade... I bag both even in my small bag.

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Originally Posted by elmexdela (Post 3578538)
i got a 169 unthrown pink plaz volt

Bidding from wolfman starts at fiddy dollah.

wolfhaley 04-23-2020 02:59 PM

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Originally Posted by elmexdela (Post 3578510)

really were spoiled cuz all discs like volt pd thb saint pro vulture and so on could work

Yeah I just threw a Vulture in the bag. That's a slot I honestly don't even use that often anyway. It's brand new ESP, we'll see how it goes.

Jomb3 04-24-2020 04:17 PM

Had to come here to tell you about my early reactions about the Reactor (lol :D). I have now played couple of rounds with it in the bag and I really think it's going to stay there. If I would compare it's flight to some better known discs that I have thrown in the past it would be some where between Emac Thuth and MD4. It is really HSS. I can't get it to turn on flat release even in to straight headwind. Today I had a 90m long hole and I threw it past basket outside the circle. Really long and fast disc. Really enjoying it so far!

jakebake91 04-24-2020 06:04 PM

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Originally Posted by Jomb3 (Post 3579106)
Had to come here to tell you about my early reactions about the Reactor (lol :D). I have now played couple of rounds with it in the bag and I really think it's going to stay there. If I would compare it's flight to some better known discs that I have thrown in the past it would be some where between Emac Thuth and MD4. It is really HSS. I can't get it to turn on flat release even in to straight headwind. Today I had a 90m long hole and I threw it past basket outside the circle. Really long and fast disc. Really enjoying it so far!

So it's a lot like a matrix?


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