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Old 10-17-2020, 09:03 AM
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Like I said, old and mashed up.
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Old 10-17-2020, 03:07 PM
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What is the disc called? The plastic seems to be called Nexus. I only found this one: https://infinitediscs.com/Innova-Aviar-Driver/Nexus But with 1.5 cm rim depth it's not as shallow as a P3, which is 1.2 cm rim depth. Plus it has a bead that the P3 has not. A bead is not the problem, but usually it adds to the rim depth. The DGA breaker seems to be the closest disc to the P3 flight- and numberwise (only it has no dome, which I actually appreciate).


I agree with the first sentence. Unfortunately I cannot recall where I read about the mold parts that form the P3.

If I compare a P3 to a XD+, they look very similar. The lower wing has the same shape. The upper wing edge seems to have a bit more of an edge to it, a bit steeper and slightly less flat. (Unfortunately I don't have a Classic Roc to compare that part against it.) The inside shape of the rim seems to be the same as for the XD+. It feels the same. But the rim seems to have a bit more thickness to it. All in all, the P3 is very similar to the XD+ that I have. (I only have one XD+, no Classic Rocs, and also no Aviars.)

Flightwise there is one big difference. The XD turns (-1/1) whereas the P3 has big HSS (0/2), it flies similar to a Teebird in style. I've never thrown Aviars, but maybe the P3 could be something like the flight of a KC Pro Aviar in the shape of an XD.
Then if that is true the P3 should be a Classic ROC?
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Old 10-19-2020, 08:39 AM
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I’ve seen some chatter that the Infinite Discs Cohort uses the XD mold. Has anyone thrown one to compare?

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Old 10-20-2020, 02:07 AM
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I’ve seen some chatter that the Infinite Discs Cohort uses the XD mold. Has anyone thrown one to compare?
Doesn't add up looking at the stats:
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Old 10-21-2020, 09:26 PM
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I wonder which run of the XD is 2.1 cm tall. That's nearly a full inch high. I dont think my mid-80s XD is that thick. Am I reading that right?
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Old 11-01-2020, 03:10 AM
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I wonder which run of the XD is 2.1 cm tall. That's nearly a full inch high. I dont think my mid-80s XD is that thick. Am I reading that right?
Good point. My 2000s XD is 1.7 cm tall. Rim depth is about 1.2 cm. Rim width is about 0.9 cm.
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Old 11-01-2020, 07:07 PM
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I wonder which run of the XD is 2.1 cm tall. That's nearly a full inch high. I dont think my mid-80s XD is that thick. Am I reading that right?
The DX+ is not that either having seen those in late 2000's when XD was getting replaced by a retool that ended up making a + type disc from the XD mold. Not even a Colt is that tall in the disc mold mistake of measuring. I think a Classic Grid Aviar got measured in its place. Maybe the Classic Grid was a mistake stamped disc with the XD+ stamp on it.
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Old 11-03-2020, 03:30 AM
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I just so happen to have 5 never been thrown xd's that I just pulled out. Anyone know what price they are going for
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Old 11-03-2020, 08:40 AM
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I just so happen to have 5 never been thrown xd's that I just pulled out. Anyone know what price they are going for
You should post pictures with these type of questions. Along with any info about the discs. Weight and condition plus anything else.
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