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Old 02-18-2012, 09:30 PM
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Default I need ALL info on the PD plz

Threw one a couple times. GREAT feel in my hand and even though it says on discmania's site about it being 10,4,0,3 ... I could hyzerflip that thing like crazy. It was really nice. I did some more research and I found that the P-line (what I threw) was the least stable of them. I need EVERYONE'S review and knowledge of these discs, their flight patterns in each plastic, against wind, etc.

It was also compared to the starfire, I saw (which makes sense due to the numbers, but I have one and though it is champ plastic it flies nothing like this did.


Also if someone knows whether they make the P-line in Blue let me know Or where I could get my hands on one


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Old 02-18-2012, 09:33 PM
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Old 02-18-2012, 10:17 PM
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Also if someone knows whether they make the P-line in Blue let me know Or where I could get my hands on one

Blue like this 9/10 beauty?


The beauty of the PD for me is how different plastics provide a wide spectrum of shots you can make with the same mold. I like being able to think about as little as possible when I'm throwing. With the PD, I know exactly how the rim is going to feel and how to gauge power requirements regardless of the shot.
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Old 02-18-2012, 10:21 PM
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Old 02-18-2012, 10:48 PM
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Blue like this 9/10 beauty?


The beauty of the PD for me is how different plastics provide a wide spectrum of shots you can make with the same mold. I like being able to think about as little as possible when I'm throwing. With the PD, I know exactly how the rim is going to feel and how to gauge power requirements regardless of the shot.
This is exactly what I do.

CFR for over stable duties
7/10 S PD for straight with predictable fade
Newer P PD for some HHS with fade at the end
Beat P PD for turn over duties and powered down shots.

The P PD is my favorite but hard to keep the in that perfect spot and finding new ones that start out over stable.I have resorted to buying S PD and breaking them in.
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Old 02-18-2012, 10:51 PM
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This is exactly what I do.

CFR for over stable duties
7/10 S PD for straight with predictable fade
Newer P PD for some HHS with fade at the end
Beat P PD for turn over duties and powered down shots.

The P PD is my favorite but hard to keep the in that perfect spot and finding new ones that start out over stable.I have resorted to buying S PD and breaking them in.
That pretty much sums up my bag. Except I have a regular + mold C line for headwinds and when I want something stable with good fade. My S line is beaten in perfectly to S beautifully. The Ps when broken in are great hyzer flip discs
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This is exactly what I do.

CFR for over stable duties
7/10 S PD for straight with predictable fade
Newer P PD for some HHS with fade at the end
Beat P PD for turn over duties and powered down shots.

The P PD is my favorite but hard to keep the in that perfect spot and finding new ones that start out over stable.I have resorted to buying S PD and breaking them in.
how long do the S-lines take to break?
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Old 02-19-2012, 12:31 AM
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Blue like this 9/10 beauty?
Tis beautiful
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how long do the S-lines take to break?
It depends on what kind of courses, how often you play, and how beat you want it to get. It's Star plastic so its wear rate is the same as any other star driver.

My last one took three or four months of weekend warrior-ing at Banklick and Idlewild with it as my only driver to get it into the sweet spot. I carried it for well over a year in that state before throwing it into a lake. Still working on my next one.
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how long do the S-lines take to break?
Taking the flashing off definitely helps. I remember the s-pd to be pretty beefy for me at first then all of the sudden it was perfect. Its now my go to driver and I have an new one that im trying to break in to what my used one is now.
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