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Old 07-31-2018, 11:40 AM
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Old 07-31-2018, 12:06 PM
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I accidentally flattened the dome on one of mine and if flew much more understable. Maybe the same thing happened to yours? Othwerwise, they have all been beeeeeefy (for CD2s).
It was jammed in my mailbox for a day in the 90 degree heat.
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Old 08-01-2018, 03:08 PM
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I just ordered a Dana CD2 - Hoping it won't be poppy/domey, I like discs flattish - from what I hear they are pretty Stable? So hope that with use it'll be a perfect 9/5/-1/2? idk hope for the best I dig any swirly star discs - usually have nicest feel and no flashing
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Old 08-01-2018, 03:48 PM
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I just ordered a Dana CD2 - Hoping it won't be poppy/domey, I like discs flattish - from what I hear they are pretty Stable? So hope that with use it'll be a perfect 9/5/-1/2? idk hope for the best I dig any swirly star discs - usually have nicest feel and no flashing
You throw a Patriot, Teebird, and Firebird...combine characteristics of all three and you'll be happy. Little turn, lots of straight and glide, bit more speed and finish, lots of versatility.

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Old 08-02-2018, 05:41 AM
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But I think you will be disappointed by the dominess. Its been pretty consistently advertised that they are indeed domey.
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Old 08-02-2018, 11:02 AM
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But I think you will be disappointed by the dominess. Its been pretty consistently advertised that they are indeed domey.
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Old 08-06-2018, 10:32 AM
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I got this on Saturday and got our for some field work then played a course. The plastic on the DV CD2 is a nice swirly star that has a medium flex, slight dome (mild heartbeat) and more flashing than I ever want ---- The feel wasn't the best - I'll be honest at first I was disappointed. I got out to the field and did some work - It was a humid day and a little rainy so I feel the immediate impression may be skewed ---> It flew Stable -Overstable medium glide (not as much as expected) and a fairly strong fade finish. On a power shot flat release it got some turn but it was VERY mild. The fade came a little earlier than expected as well - I felt I wasn't really getting much distance - In comparison My volt flew with more turn , more glide, and more distance on average - Patriot, same thing . It flew like a faster Champ teebird for me - So it wasn't bad just not what I was expecting. I'd give it my flight rating of 9/4/-0.5/2 (with a shortened midflight straight phase) It flew almost like a thunderbird actually - But I can see that when it wears in and gets more use it will fly nice. So I like it, but I feel it overlaps my Volts and my Wrath. No worries tho Its a nice trusty Stable Control driver that can be used for almost anything except turnovers as it was pretty darn stable for me .
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Old 08-06-2018, 11:26 AM
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Hoping someone can enlighten us on how the stock S-CD2s (released today, not the Roaming Thunders) are flying, possibly with comparisons to the first two swirly runs. It sounds like some are flatter than others as well.
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Old 08-06-2018, 11:38 AM
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Hoping someone can enlighten us on how the stock S-CD2s (released today, not the Roaming Thunders) are flying, possibly with comparisons to the first two swirly runs. It sounds like some are flatter than others as well.
I have two stock ones on the way. Don't have any of the earlier swirly s lines, just the most recent DV roaming thunder. I'll report back once I get the stock ones in for testing. Hoping they are a little less overstable that the roaming thunders.
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Old 08-06-2018, 12:11 PM
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Threw the "Roaming Thunder" version this weekend, pretty happy with it so far. A little more dome than the previous swirled star I had, but that didn't affect my grip or the flight too badly. It is on the OS side of CD2's, even after I sanded some flashing off, but not more OS than a new C-line. Overall I'm happy with it.

Also ordered 4 of the new stock run S-lines. Excited to see how those fly.

Overall, great time for S-line CD2 throwers!

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