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ODRB 07-20-2015 06:37 PM

Care to let the cat out of the bag on the new run of PDs. Rumors are out there that some of them are out there....

JTacoma03 07-21-2015 12:44 AM

I don't think Ryan has released them yet but I do know that the newest (7th) run is in production.


I'm curious to see how they'll come out. It's like being 8 years old and trying to sleep on christmas eve...

vogurt 07-21-2015 01:44 AM

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Originally Posted by rarintal (Post 2812897)

We put these up. Just making sure you got some :)

Thanks! Of course i did haha. Made them my main putters the INSTANT I grabbed them out of the box.

Whatever you guys did with these D line mini stamp p1x's is awesome. It's not as soft as normal d line but not as hard as p line. It's literally right in the middle. Never felt a more perfect putter. It has improved my putting by a solid 100%. Any ideas or thoughts on that run specifically or did they just come out stiffer? I need to buy more. Seriously, these are my putting putters for good. Using P p1x for upshots.

clard 07-24-2015 02:19 PM

Are the stock stamp FD3s 1st runs or are they a different run? It's a great disc, btw. The orange 175s I got are a slightly beat in Firebird in a blend of JL I highly prefer to the super hard Firebirds that are out now.

rallyguy 07-25-2015 08:59 PM

So S line FD3s are a thing?

Jenga54 07-25-2015 09:35 PM

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Originally Posted by rallyguy (Post 2816309)
So S line FD3s are a thing?

Yes Please!

Flick Maniac 07-27-2015 04:56 AM

Uh-huh: http://www.averagediscgolf.com/s-line-fd3-review

onemilemore 07-27-2015 11:46 PM

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Originally Posted by rallyguy (Post 2816309)
So S line FD3s are a thing?

Indeed they are. Had one waiting for me after being out of town this weekend. Looking forward to giving it a toss!

tylerc 07-28-2015 12:16 AM

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Originally Posted by JTacoma03 (Post 2811524)

I think typically PD2 throwers are looking for the most OS version, but that's pure speculation. Funny enough, the pop top S-PD2's are reeeeally OS.

Actually the opposite, the first run cpd2s were really workable while still overstable, the 3rd run and color glows are similar, but the 2nd runs are super beef. The spd2s are mostly all pop top and as overstable or more than the 2nd run cpd2. But the new swirly spd2s are alot flatter but they are still pretty beefy but i imagine will break in a bit faster than the pop tops. I have been throwing spd2s for a few months and they hold their stability really well. I have one in my bag that has been there for 8 months and still wont turn unless i have a big headwind. The sline are less workable so i think thats why you dont see people throwing them as much because you would have to break them in so much when a 3rd run cpd2 would fly broken in already

Pbmercil 07-28-2015 12:50 AM

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Originally Posted by clard (Post 2815669)
Are the stock stamp FD3s 1st runs or are they a different run? It's a great disc, btw. The orange 175s I got are a slightly beat in Firebird in a blend of JL I highly prefer to the super hard Firebirds that are out now.

I'm no discmania rep so take it with a grain of salt, but I believe there is only one run of c fd3s, so all are from the same run. I believe someone mentioned that the Euro Open ones were hand picked for beefyness, so there is a little more variance in the rest of the stock whereas the EO'S were basically all the same


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