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talltee32 08-11-2014 03:59 PM

Just saw this on the PDGA site

http://www.pdga.com/announcements/cl...drives-fairway

Any chance that the new release from Discmania will be something like it?

hendryxdisc 08-11-2014 08:48 PM

Has anyone found a specific run or weight range of C-pd2s that are really flat?

ndole 08-11-2014 09:14 PM

are s line p2 putters actually more overstable than let's say a star aviar or champ aviar?

goaliedavid 08-12-2014 12:32 PM

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Originally Posted by ndole (Post 2541987)
are s line p2 putters actually more overstable than let's say a star aviar or champ aviar?

I have never thrown a star or champ aviar, but I got the S-P2 to replace my overstable Wizard and I was pleasantly surprised at its overstability, I would almost go as far to say it's more overstable than my Wizards were. I only have to get use to how deep the rim is, because the rim on the S-Line ones are deeper than the P-Line

rarintal 08-12-2014 02:47 PM

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Originally Posted by DanJon (Post 2541168)
Are these glow P3's really domey?

The glow P3's do have a dome, but they aren't much different than the standard C-LINE P3.

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Originally Posted by goaliedavid (Post 2541307)
Can anyone tell me how the MD3 flies in comparison to the Roc3? Rarintal must have missed my post asking about it, are they more stable, less stable, about the same?

Sorry about missing that! The MD3 is somewhat comparable to the Roc3, the differences would be MD3 goes a bit further. If you want a really overstable MD3, you should go with a Glow C-LINE MD3. Simon has just recently switched his MD3 to the Glow ones and I'm pretty sure he is still enjoying it :)

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Originally Posted by talltee32 (Post 2541708)
Just saw this on the PDGA site

http://www.pdga.com/announcements/cl...drives-fairway

Any chance that the new release from Discmania will be something like it?

You will see when we release it!

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Originally Posted by hendryxdisc (Post 2541965)
Has anyone found a specific run or weight range of C-pd2s that are really flat?

The only flat C-LINE PD2s are the First Run ones.

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Originally Posted by ndole (Post 2541987)
are s line p2 putters actually more overstable than let's say a star aviar or champ aviar?

Yes, the P2 is more overstable than those two discs.

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Originally Posted by goaliedavid (Post 2542601)
I have never thrown a star or champ aviar, but I got the S-P2 to replace my overstable Wizard and I was pleasantly surprised at its overstability, I would almost go as far to say it's more overstable than my Wizards were. I only have to get use to how deep the rim is, because the rim on the S-Line ones are deeper than the P-Line

I agree with this except, I have not noticed the rim height differences.

B-Man 08-13-2014 03:36 PM

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I have a S-Line FD as my go to fairway driver, and I just picked up a C-Line FD factory second. I'm hoping they fly just different enough to where I can use both for different shot's. Are the C-Line FD's more stable than S-Line? and if so how much? I won't be able to test for a few hours. Thanks.

blammo 08-13-2014 10:31 PM

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Originally Posted by B-Man (Post 2544140)
I have a S-Line FD as my go to fairway driver, and I just picked up a C-Line FD factory second. I'm hoping they fly just different enough to where I can use both for different shot's. Are the C-Line FD's more stable than S-Line? and if so how much? I won't be able to test for a few hours. Thanks.

That pearly pink C-FD in your picture looks like a second run. If so, they are significantly more stable than the S-lines. They have pretty decent high speed stability when new. And they are so durable that I haven't been able to beat mine in enough to tell if they lose high speed stability, low speed, or a little of each. Very straight, great glide, and if you are throwing 300 or so they have a pretty solid fade. Results may vary for higher power throwers, but comparing it to your S-line, it will be noticeably more stable/overstable, and probably slighty less glide. The two compliment each other nicely.

B-Man 08-14-2014 01:15 PM

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Originally Posted by blammo (Post 2544586)
That pearly pink C-FD in your picture looks like a second run. If so, they are significantly more stable than the S-lines. They have pretty decent high speed stability when new. And they are so durable that I haven't been able to beat mine in enough to tell if they lose high speed stability, low speed, or a little of each. Very straight, great glide, and if you are throwing 300 or so they have a pretty solid fade. Results may vary for higher power throwers, but comparing it to your S-line, it will be noticeably more stable/overstable, and probably slighty less glide. The two compliment each other nicely.

You are correct in saying they are different and will likely compliment each other. The C-Line is more stable/overstable high speed and low speed. This is exactly what I was hoping for.

Cyoda44 08-14-2014 05:23 PM

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Originally Posted by B-Man (Post 2545168)
You are correct in saying they are different and will likely compliment each other. The C-Line is more stable/overstable high speed and low speed. This is exactly what I was hoping for.

Absolutely they complement each other... I carry 5 FD's

165g S-FD beat in nicely... Power turn over disc with no fade at the end.
175g S-FD beat in nicely... Power turn over disc with fade at the end.
175g C-FD fresh... Simon signature disc. Dead straight and holds any angle
175g C-FD 2nd run.. worked in not beat straight to stable nice hook-up ending
172g C-FD 2nd run fresh! Thrown flat with power and still turns left. Meat hook!

Hope this helps!

Spike Hyzer 08-16-2014 08:26 AM

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Originally Posted by rarintal (Post 2527008)
The stability for all max weight PDs would go as follows: 1st run C-LINE PD, 5th run slightly domey Jolly Launcher C-LINE PD, 3rd Run hard and pearly C-LINE PD (the plastic is very similar to the 2nd run FDs), S-LINE PD and 4th run C-LINE (non plus mold opaque plastic) are very close, then G-LINE PD, and P-LINE PD. With the P-LINE I placed it last because it wears in faster and only keeps it's overstability for a short time, The G-LINE is much more durable and it has been keeping its stability longer.

Hope this helps!

Where does the glow C PD at the store fit in?


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