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Old 11-22-2012, 02:56 PM
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My 175 s-cd and 166 c-td pair well. I think the lighter weight of the td helps to make it different enough from the cd so they don't overlap too much. I want to find the trifecta (pd, td, cd) in p-line plastic and beat them in over the winter months.
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Old 01-07-2015, 09:09 AM
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Tell me more about the CD, Thinking of picking up a P-Line. I love Pro plastic for beating in.

How's a beat in CD fly compared to say a fresh Star Valk or Sidewinder.
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Old 01-07-2015, 12:28 PM
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Great hyzerflip discs when a little beaten in. Fresh nothing special IMO. Depends on your power level obviously, I get the feeling power throwers think these are too understable.
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Old 01-07-2015, 01:48 PM
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Yeah thats kind of what I'd be looking for, something hyzerflipped and flies in that 350 range. Controlled and straight.
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Old 01-07-2015, 01:51 PM
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I have recently discovered the s cd. Great disc, flies like my worn-in pealry orcs. Great for straight and anhyzer drives that I would be afraid of turning over too far if I threw a beat-in orc, especially if it is breezy. If I need the fade at the end though, I would throw a thunderbird or beefy orc instead. I am strongly considering putting my orcs on the shelf and replacing them with a combo of thunderbird and cd. I can mix and match these discs and get all the lines I need, and not be afried of losing a hard to replace pearly OOP orc. I hope that as the s cd wears it won't get too understable.
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Old 01-07-2015, 02:10 PM
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I really like the s-line CD. It's my straightest disc in this speed range. Moderate high speed stability and little low speed fade. It gets less turn and less fade than my Escape, and it handles a little headwind better than the Escape. Definitely less fade than an s-PD.

I don't have any experience with the CD in a p-line, but the sCD is great.
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CD fans still? lets hear it
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Old 04-13-2016, 11:19 AM
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Just picked up a slightly swirly First Run S-Line... I almost don't even want to throw it... I love my first 169g S-Line CD as a more gentle compliment to a PD. Great control driver and turnover driver that I can always trust to flatten out and end with a mild hyzer. I'm loving Discmania more every disc I pick up.
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Old 04-13-2016, 11:51 AM
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Recently picked up a 169g P-CD. It really reminds me of a longer JLS. Very controllable and predictable in it's flight. I'm digging it.
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Here's the deal. I ordered an FD (c-glow 175g) on a whim last week. Got it, played 6 rounds, yes 6, last weekend. The disc ruled. So I impulsively was looking for more discs....and came across the TD CD PD....i have known about them but haven't given it that much thought.....totally just ordered a perfect version of each one. I prefer Champ Glow plastic...don't know why, its just nice grip feel and...it glows! So I snagged a glow Cd glow PD both 175g but also looked at TD's , didn't have any glows but found a sweet one two toned white/gray on white Star/S-Line. I got it at 172g as I would want the understable disc to have a touch less weight, still 170+ which is what I prefer for drivers. Cool story bro. I really like that FD tho. hope the rest are just as sweet
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