Old 03-13-2019, 11:40 AM
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Anybody throw the swirlys?
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Old 03-13-2019, 02:15 PM
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The CD3/PDX combo is great for me. These discs cover distance lines beyond what I can hit with my FD's. I have a Konopiste Open C-Line that is great for hyzer flips and anhyzers, and an S-Line that has been in the bag for a while now and is just starting to fly straight/stable. I pair those with an S-Line PDX that is for the same shots as the CD3, but I know won't turn over. CD3's and PDX booted PDs from my bag.
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Originally Posted by PMantle View Post
It's literally a Wraith. I don't mean flies like one-it is one.
Good to know, if nothing else Wraiths can be pretty sexy even as stock.

Originally Posted by myllys View Post
Anybody throw the swirlys?
My OS pop-top is a Swirly, got myself a flat pink one for comparison but its practically storm here so no clean flights for comparison...

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