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Old 01-13-2017, 12:32 PM
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I have never figure out how to navigate that site. Yes, I suck at the internet.
HA! It's definitely a bit dated, that's for sure.

I've found it's usually best to email or call with what you're looking for anyway. The "In Stock" amounts aren't always accurate, but he usually tends to be able to magically find what you're looking for.
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Old 01-13-2017, 01:49 PM
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I saw AJ post this on his Instagram a few weeks ago, and I'm baffled. Does anyone know where/when we can get this stuff? It looks awesome! Luster and shimmer plastics. Looks like star but I'm not sure.. Did a search but nothing came up.
https://instagram.com/p/BDs9-R_I7ts/
The fun thing is that Discmania releases those plastics from time to time on their discs, which are manufactured by Innova. So, often with plastics that Innova reserves for tournaments or the pro shop, Discmania just puts them out as stock plastics...like Swirly Star or Luster. You can get swirly "S-Line" DDx, FD, etc. You can get "C-Line" Luster PD, FD, P2, etc. It's pretty plastic.
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Old 01-13-2017, 03:36 PM
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The fun thing is that Discmania releases those plastics from time to time on their discs, which are manufactured by Innova. So, often with plastics that Innova reserves for tournaments or the pro shop, Discmania just puts them out as stock plastics...like Swirly Star or Luster. You can get swirly "S-Line" DDx, FD, etc. You can get "C-Line" Luster PD, FD, P2, etc. It's pretty plastic.
this is how I received my first Luster Tern in 2014. stock stamped but clearly different from the rest. they were very hard to find anywhere until the recent limited releases.
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Old 01-13-2017, 04:06 PM
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OOooooooo!!!!!
This one is like that one, but shinier!
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Old 02-03-2017, 08:48 PM
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How many of the happy holidays luster thunderbirds were produced? Picked up 2 of them and now I see alot of company's sold out. Green stamp 169g and a Red stamp 171g. Any idea on how many were made going by weight or stamp color? Thx for reading
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Anybody throw the Luster Colossus yet? Want to describe how they fly?

I'm throwing a Star and regular Champion, but would love something a little bit more stable for when a little wind picks up. I already have a couple beefy destroyers for when the wind really picks up, but I want something that can get more distance.

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Old 10-06-2017, 10:48 AM
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How do the luster teebirds and thunders fly? More stable or similar to normal champion plastic?
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Old 10-06-2017, 11:51 AM
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I was just reading up on these plastics and though I've never thrown or held either, seems to be a unanimous "more overstable" vote.
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Old 10-06-2017, 10:08 PM
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My Luster Rhynos are actually less stable than my Champ. Luster PDs are about the same as S-PDs,
my Luster Thunderbird is about the same as my Champs but I don't really throw them. Shimmer Star Roc3s are more OS than regular Stars especially if they are flat.
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Old 10-06-2017, 10:47 PM
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My Luster Destroyers are more overstable than most regular Champion I've thrown. My Luster flat top Firebird seems about as overstable as any other flat top Champion. It's hard to tell though with discs that are that beefy. I've been told Luster P2s are more overstable than regular C-Lines. My Luster Teebirds are on the flatter side. So they're more overstable than a Champion Teebird that has some dome to them. The Luster PD I field tested had less fade than a 3rd run C-Line. Luster MD3s are more overstable than stock C-Lines. So not all molds are more overstable in Luster, a lot are though.
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