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Old 09-27-2018, 02:21 PM
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Prodigy H2v2 incoming.
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Looks like it still has a bead weirdly.
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Old 09-27-2018, 03:57 PM
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pass.

now let's see a PA2v2.
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Old 09-27-2018, 04:16 PM
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I'm interested. Out of all the new H series I've thrown a H3v2 once and it flew pretty well. Might buy one of each in october and try them out. I'm expecting them to take aim at the Thunderbird/Starfire/PD/Vulture/Bonzai/Fortress/Longbowman slot with this one.
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I'm interested. Out of all the new H series I've thrown a H3v2 once and it flew pretty well. Might buy one of each in october and try them out. I'm expecting them to take aim at the Thunderbird/Starfire/PD/Vulture/Bonzai/Fortress/Longbowman slot with this one.
From my experience, the H3v2 flies like a beat in Thunderbird; H1v2 like a PD. The H3v2 and H1v2 is a great combination for the 9/10/11 speed slots. I'm excited to try the H2v2, but I fear there will be a ton of overlap between the three.
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Old 09-27-2018, 05:08 PM
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From my experience, the H3v2 flies like a beat in Thunderbird; H1v2 like a PD. The H3v2 and H1v2 is a great combination for the 9/10/11 speed slots. I'm excited to try the H2v2, but I fear there will be a ton of overlap between the three.
Yeah the H3v2 definitely seemed pretty straight, but it was brand new. I find 400 plastic loses a bit of HSS over like half a year and then stays in that spot forever.

From what I've heard H1v1 is closer to like Felon/Firebird stability than PD
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Old 09-27-2018, 05:11 PM
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It has struck me with the Pa, F, and H series that Prodigy, by intent or perhaps luck, usually have similar stabilities in the upper/center (1,2,3) part of the lineup, with slightly different feeling molds. Pa3s can be as OS as Pa1s, but feel different in the hand. The F1 and F3 were close. I won't speculate on whether they were shooting for that or not, but I have noticed it. L
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From what I've heard H1v1 is closer to like Felon/Firebird stability than PD
It depends on how much power you're able to give the v2, in my experience. If you throw with any amount of hyzer it will definitely fly like a Firebird. If you throw it flat and with some juice it flies pretty straight with healthy fade. I've never thrown the v1, but from what I've heard it's one of the most overstable discs out there, just a little less than the X1.
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ordering one now, could possibly replace my thunderbirds..
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Was thinking something along those lines but the starfires.. Let me know how they fly
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