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Old 12-24-2012, 08:15 PM
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i have been thinking about getting this disc. I throw my valkyries 310' max and when thrown flat they go completely straight with a little turn and fade a little. I was wondering what this disc would fly like at my power and any suggestions of discs that would , when thrown flat turn and then fade back.
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Old 01-09-2013, 08:22 PM
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Are these as weight sensitive as, say. Leopards?
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I just got mine and its a hyzer flip machine. Really liking it so far, much more than my mamba.
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VERRRRYYY old thread, but here goes. The TD2 is a sneaky little thing. By that I mean it will go a long, long way when thrown hard. Its a hyzerflip bomber. I'd compare it with the Mystere. Same look and flight. I've thrown 2 TD2s now, and they've both been extremely long and glidey.

The speed 10 TD2 will keep up with just about anything out there.... if you can keep it from flipping over. Massive S curve bombs. I don't use it on the course, but its fun to throw in the field. Very much like a Mamba. I'm surprised the TD2 doesn't get more attention for as long as the thing flies. Very capable understable driver.

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VERRRRYYY old thread, but here goes. The TD2 is a sneaky little thing. By that I mean it will go a long, long way when thrown hard. Its a hyzerflip bomber. I'd compare it with the Mystere. Same look and flight. I've thrown 2 TD2s now, and they've both been extremely long and glidey.

The speed 10 TD2 will keep up with just about anything out there.... if you can keep it from flipping over. Massive S curve bombs. I don't use it on the course, but its fun to throw in the field. Very much like a Mamba. I'm surprised the TD2 doesn't get more attention for as long as the thing flies. Very capable understable driver.
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In what plastic would you recommend the TD2?
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Nice necro bump.

In what plastic would you recommend the TD2?
S probably would work, so you can have an STD2.

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Old 12-30-2018, 10:28 PM
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Nice necro bump.

In what plastic would you recommend the TD2?
I've only thrown 2 stars. No clue what the champion TD2 would be line. Very, very long driver here, especially considering the fact its only speed 10.

10, 6, -4, 2. Lots of high speed turn, and it sometimes won't come back if you get too assertive.

If you get one, make it heavy.

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Old 12-31-2018, 12:39 PM
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Does anyone else have issues with how thin the rim feels on the TD2? I believe I'm talking about depth. I compared the numbers to the FD, TD, and Mystere. Infinite says all of them are 1.1 cm deep. I tried the TD2 and Mystere and have issues gripping both because they feel too thin to hold onto. I've got a D-Line TD that fills this slot perfectly, so I'm thinking it's personal preference and these just aren't for me.
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Does anyone else have issues with how thin the rim feels on the TD2? I believe I'm talking about depth. I compared the numbers to the FD, TD, and Mystere. Infinite says all of them are 1.1 cm deep. I tried the TD2 and Mystere and have issues gripping both because they feel too thin to hold onto. I've got a D-Line TD that fills this slot perfectly, so I'm thinking it's personal preference and these just aren't for me.
I prefer the shallow discs like the Mystere, so that would be a plus for the TD2 for me.
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I prefer the shallow discs like the Mystere, so that would be a plus for the TD2 for me.
These shallow rims are beginning to grow on me. IMO it makes the disc faster without necessarily making the rim wider. I've found that the Tern, Mystere, TD2 and DDX, and DD2 all have very shallow rims.....and all bomb further than their speed would indicate.

Shallow rims can be a bit off putting at first, but once you practice with them you get used to it. The TD2 might be some of the easiest distance I've ever seen. It makes a Sidewinder seem short and clunky.
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