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JTacoma03 06-11-2015 02:49 AM

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Originally Posted by Sir-Hucks-A-Lot (Post 2787443)
Without starting a bunch of "VS." threads, can throwers or reps please comment on the MD in comparison with discs like the Mako/Mako3? I LOVED the feel of the Mako3 in the hand, but found it a bit touchy for my swing consistency. A touch more torque resistance with similar flight characteristics would be right up my alley.

This is what you're looking for then. It has a very similar feel in hand but definitely can handle more power. The pink ones I've found to be the most OS so far. Give one a try and post your feedback! I'd love to hear some other thoughts.

Flick Maniac 06-11-2015 05:34 AM

I just realized DM only has one disc in EchoStar (DD2), any plans to run more molds in it?

SpikeHyzer 06-11-2015 08:17 AM

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Originally Posted by JTacoma03 (Post 2787671)
The pink ones I've found to be the most OS so far.

^Truth^

The pinks can handle a fair bit of power and won't turn and burn(Similar to the orange proto's). They will hold straight and then have a very gentle hyzer finish to them.

JTacoma03 06-11-2015 01:46 PM

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Originally Posted by SpikeHyzer (Post 2787690)
^Truth^

The pinks can handle a fair bit of power and won't turn and burn(Similar to the orange proto's). They will hold straight and then have a very gentle hyzer finish to them.

Yeah, the Protos are noticeably more OS.

I'm digging the Oranges and Pinks because I can throw them into a smooth turnover but they have enough stability to finish flat, no worries about landing on edge and cut-rolling.


Yellow/Dayglow seems to turn a little more in this run, so you can tune the color to exactly how much power you need, which is always nice in a finesse disc.

Hope this helps everyone!

Sir-Hucks-A-Lot 06-11-2015 08:53 PM

Do you think you'll keep the MD in the bag despite seasoning MD3s? I have a load of beautiful P-lines that are getting PERFECT, and as a former Roc thrower, I wonder if I won't simply end up with a bag full of Ps and a single C or Glow for wind/downhill/hyzers.

JTacoma03 06-11-2015 11:17 PM

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Originally Posted by Sir-Hucks-A-Lot (Post 2788141)
Do you think you'll keep the MD in the bag despite seasoning MD3s? I have a load of beautiful P-lines that are getting PERFECT, and as a former Roc thrower, I wonder if I won't simply end up with a bag full of Ps and a single C or Glow for wind/downhill/hyzers.

That's a good question, and I'm looking forward to the experiment, I feel like you have to throw them differently so theoretically there's space for both. We'll have to see in reality, but I plan to keep them both in for the remainder of the season and see how it plays out.

LADamon 06-13-2015 05:54 PM

I tried buying some disc this morning from the Discmania store and I got an "Approved-100" error. Also is there a reason why there isn't https: on the store website?

FightingTheTide 06-13-2015 09:27 PM

How do the 5th run C Line FDs compare to the red hybrid S Lines?

clard 06-13-2015 10:18 PM

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Originally Posted by FightingTheTide (Post 2789200)
How do the 5th run C Line FDs compare to the red hybrid S Lines?

They are more HSS. Both really solid discs though. The reds are more stable than regular S lines though.

vogurt 06-17-2015 11:47 AM

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Originally Posted by FightingTheTide (Post 2789200)
How do the 5th run C Line FDs compare to the red hybrid S Lines?

5th runs are essentially what fD's should be or are what DM wants them to be. Some turn at the right power, and some fade! Lands right in the middle. You can throw it on any line powered down, and even rip on it and get past 400. It's a beauty. I think I've been reaching for it more than my 2nd run lately. :o


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