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Old 12-08-2014, 04:04 PM
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Let me know what you guys think! I may be one of few people on this forum using these on a weekly basis and hope I am not too far from the conclusion you two will draw Unfortunately the only G-lines we can get our hands on are the first runs. Made for an expensive thrower after shipping haha I am guessing the stock runs will be out soon since the Innova store has them! Looking forward to getting 1-2 more G-lines.
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Old 12-08-2014, 05:08 PM
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I have a 170 gram C-line production run and haven't thrown it too much (the good courses around me don't have many holes where I would reach for this disc, I'll be able to try it out a lot more next week when I'm back home), but from what I've seen from it so far it flies pretty much as you described, with one slight tweak. It might be the lower weight or that I've gotten a bit more speed on it, but this is the closest I've ever had a C-line or Champion disc fly closest to the flight numbers out of the box. It won't get a full amount of turn to where I'd rate it a one, but it definitely steps to the right if thrown flat and hard; maybe rate it more like -.67 or so. I do absolutely love this disc, I'll have to get a few more and also try the g-line, sounds like a heavy C-line, the one I have, a G-line in the same weight, and a bit lighter g-line could cover a ton of lines.
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Old 12-08-2014, 06:16 PM
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Compared to the G-line FD? or just in general? I have yet to give my G-line FD's a solid test yet. But I guess I would say its closest to my S-line FD's just with more distance and fade as you stated.
I have only thrown S-Line FDs, so that is exactly the comparison I wanted. Thank you!
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Old 12-08-2014, 11:22 PM
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I have only thrown S-Line FDs, so that is exactly the comparison I wanted. Thank you!
No problem! Excited to hear what you think!
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Old 12-12-2014, 01:41 PM
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No problem! Excited to hear what you think!
Thanks! G-Line CD2s have arrived. I hope to give them a good tossing this weekend and report. Windy weather should provide ample opportunity to test stability.

A pair of G-line FDs showed up, too.
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Old 12-23-2014, 03:40 PM
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Anyone throwing the g-line cd2 with any reviews? Found the c-line to be more stable than I expected
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Old 12-23-2014, 04:07 PM
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Anyone throwing the g-line cd2 with any reviews? Found the c-line to be more stable than I expected
Check out my post #25 for my thoughts on it. Took it to the field last night and tested it even more! Great disc.
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Old 12-23-2014, 04:25 PM
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Check out my post #25 for my thoughts on it. Took it to the field last night and tested it even more! Great disc.
Right on! Excuse my laziness.. Didn't look back. For reference what kind of distances are you hyzer flipping this on? I've been looking for something to act as a beat in Pd for hyzer flips for laser straight shots in the 390ish range.
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Old 12-23-2014, 07:18 PM
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I got to throw a 175 C CD2 and frankly it flies how the vast majority of people want their C/SPD to fly. The CD2 has a slightly longer, straighter, beautiful flight much more reminiscent of a faster teebird than a PD. It really is extremely similar to the PD just not so overstable! My PDs have always reminded me more of a faster, freak overstable/Brinster teebird or an eagle X which are more overstable than teebirds normally. Of course many DGCR forumites and European people love the PD and everyone loves throwing overstable discs but in my opinion a C/SPD just starts off too overstable (too little glide) and beats in too slowly for use as a very long distance disc for people who are not happy with their distance.

I don't throw nearly as far as many great throwers but I can throw well over 400 with ease nowadays and just over 500 at my best so my distance just doesn't bother me anymore, but it used to. When I was capping out around 350-400 because of my poor athleticism and understanding I favored quite overstable discs because I liked the way they flew. I had a lot of understable discs because they were recommended but I didn't utilize them well enough. Once I learned to love both overstable (less glide) and understable (more glide) discs I began to throw much farther and so much better overall. If you're throwing overstable PDs for distance and aren't happy with your distance forget your PD exists for a short while and try the CD2 instead. I bet your CD2 will replace your PD for every shot except the much rarer situations when you want that really overstable disc.
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@Ted Bratton

Color me...

1. Confused by your contradiction. Specifically where you say it's what people want their C/SPDs to fly like, but then you say that the CD2 is more of a straight flier, but like an Eagle X?? I tend to think of the Eagle as having less HSS and comparable LSS to a PD (I've not thrown a Brinster TB). Are you saying that you think most people expect the C and S-Line PDs to fly straight?

2. Intrigued by your review (and cussing the fact that you may have convinced me to give this disc a try)!!
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