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Old 05-15-2017, 05:44 PM
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Not a lot, but it's noticeable. I grabbed a CD2 after Eric Oakley suggested it for "straight release with a straight glide with a straight flight with a straight finish." I laughed to myself... then immediately ordered one. I dug it, so I grabbed an S-CD (my 169g) to test them back to back. They are very similar, but the CD2 holds a high-speed turn a little more and finishes very straight. The CD has less wiggle/turn at higher speed, but definitely hooks up at the end. When thrown flat with moderate power (I rarely rip full strength with either) they are both VERY straight discs and have some solid glide - the CD just tends to hyzer a touch more at the tail end.

I'd say in S-Line:
CD - 10/5/-.5/1.5
CD2 - 9/6/-1/1

I wouldn't set either at a fade of 2.
I agree with this ^ I found the CD to be a nice line driver with power and the CD2 more for smoother shots. I actually loved the feel of the CD2 more but the flight of the CD....yeah.....weird I know
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Old 05-25-2017, 07:19 PM
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Does the CD fly like a beaten in PD? I know that the CD2 is sometimes described that way, to me the CD feels more like a PD in the hand though. Lost a unicorn understabe PD today and looking to replace it.

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Old 05-26-2017, 02:21 PM
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Does the CD fly like a beaten in PD? I know that the CD2 is sometimes described that way, to me the CD feels more like a PD in the hand though. Lost a unicorn understabe PD today and looking to replace it.
Yes is the quick answer. They share the similar shape and size overall. So if you like a PD a CD will be a straighter disc.
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Old 06-12-2017, 05:29 PM
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Just got over a sprained thumb, and my love affair for this disc continues. So EZ to throw, comfortable in the hand, and a great flight as said before. I get pretty much straight with late fade, and great glide. P-Line.
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Old 07-09-2017, 10:34 AM
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I love my sfd, I'm throwing it on 80% of drives these days, as long as the wind is manageable. I'm curious how the CD and CD2 flight pattern compares to the FD. Is the CD2 a faster FD? The CD sounds like it might be closer to my g* Thunderbird, stable to solid fade.
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Old 07-28-2017, 07:34 PM
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I just threw one of these this week. Really nice disc. So much great plastic out there.
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Does the CD compare to a Valkyrie? is it worth trying one if I throw Valks? Are they too similar?

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Old 11-27-2017, 04:52 PM
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I just got some more work with the CD. It was flying perfect- sliiight bend when powered flat and hyzer finish, not the furthest disc but for control, its a great driver....get it, control driver....C ...D.. ok but for real I am very happy with this disc, I kinda swap it out for my other wrath sometimes and its a nice disc, much like a faster teebird in my eyes.
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Old 11-27-2017, 05:48 PM
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Does the CD compare to a Valkyrie? is it worth trying one if I throw Valks? Are they too similar?
To me the Valkyrie will have a little more turn (or significantly depending on the weight and wear of the disc) and about the same or a little more fade.

they are generally a similar disc but the #'s are accurate 9/4/-2/2 valk 10/4/-0.5/2 that's kinda how I see it
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I'd call CD a better Valk.
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