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clard 10-19-2016 08:56 AM

White, pink, orange, LIGHT blue! Those would be my picks. Easiest to see and something for everyone. Thanks!

Flick Maniac 10-20-2016 01:45 PM

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Originally Posted by rarintal (Post 3085047)
, with the P3 and FD3 we wanted them still be throwable to most of the public. We want them to be thrown :)

I get it,but utility overstable does not necessarily mean unthrowable. I have a medium arm at best, and for normal shots, for eaxmple the FAF firebird should not be a disc for me. But for ABNORMAL shots it really opened up my eyes as to what a disc can be made to do. Saved my bacon a lot of times.

Therefore, alongside normal workable discs I will always carry a stupid stable mid and a driver. Currently a Justice and a 12x FAF FB.

Rikster 10-21-2016 08:59 AM

I'm also hoping the MD4 to be stupid overstable because that's a disc I'm missing from DM lineup.

What comes to colors; bright yellow! Not chartreuse please. Also light blue discs look sweet. Any possibilities we could see white x-line discs?

Mr. Butlertron 10-23-2016 06:49 PM

Is Innova/Discmania discontinuing the production of blizzard champion or any other discs under 160 grams in the near future?

SD86 10-23-2016 08:03 PM

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Originally Posted by Peksi5 (Post 3080450)
After a few rounds with swirly s-line P3, I like that disc a lot but it would be even better if it was more overstable and completely flat.

I have a C-Line P3 and a Glow C-Line P3, and both of them almost fight out of hyzer throws, making them go long on shots where I'm trying to hit a dogleg-left window (RHBH throw). I'd like to see a more overstable P3, as well.

jonkimbertx 10-25-2016 11:48 PM

An FD roller
 
I've recently made the switch from Saint to Fd as my go to driver. It's such a great disc! Mine are the metal flake which hold very nice lines. I'd like to break in an FD for a roller, as I don't have one. I've never liked how D plastic feels though =/ Will a P-Line FD break in well enough to be a good roller disc?

Jenga54 10-26-2016 12:00 AM

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Originally Posted by jonkimbertx (Post 3089326)
I've recently made the switch from Saint to Fd as my go to driver. It's such a great disc! Mine are the metal flake which hold very nice lines. I'd like to break in an FD for a roller, as I don't have one. I've never liked how D plastic feels though =/ Will a P-Line FD break in well enough to be a good roller disc?

Absolutely!

I will always have an FD

Flick Maniac 10-27-2016 06:25 AM

Now with the Luster C-line PD2s out, are there plans to roll that out in other molds? I heard rumors on facebook about Luster C-MD3s. Care to confirm, anybody?

Dr.Smooth 10-29-2016 08:48 PM

On the talk about making the switch from saint to fd:

I was trying to compliment my saints when I bought the fd. The jury is still out. But they are both great molds. It would be foolish to eliminate either one. The saint is longer. The fd is a bit more controllable.

On the talk about making molds throw able:

things have changed over the years in terms of discs being massively overstable. The FD3 is in that category. It is super os. And I can only justify bringing this disc out when the winds are blowing hard. Certainly not a disc that is deserving to be carried all the time like the saints and fds. I have mine fd3's in sweet swirl star so l love them. But really their only purpose is to defeat nasty headwinds.

jonkimbertx 11-03-2016 02:32 AM

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Originally Posted by Dr.Smooth (Post 3091321)
On the talk about making the switch from saint to fd:

I was trying to compliment my saints when I bought the fd. The jury is still out. But they are both great molds. It would be foolish to eliminate either one. The saint is longer. The fd is a bit more controllable.

On the talk about making molds throw able:

things have changed over the years in terms of discs being massively overstable. The FD3 is in that category. It is super os. And I can only justify bringing this disc out when the winds are blowing hard. Certainly not a disc that is deserving to be carried all the time like the saints and fds. I have mine fd3's in sweet swirl star so l love them. But really their only purpose is to defeat nasty headwinds.

I had the same intention with my FD's, but they were going further than I expected, to the point that it doesn't make sense to have both in the bag and have to pick which one to throw each time. Flight patterns are nearly identical despite 2 speed difference. http://www.inboundsdiscgolf.com/cont...45876O777921OO


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