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Old 01-16-2018, 07:42 PM
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yeah my p lines are white and they are os.

gstar has a bit too much turn for me. very similar to gstar pd.


just got some of discmania factory's recent run in c line. they feel great but its too cold to throw.

I really thought the gstar was going to be the ticket since pd2 are so beefy. but I'm hearing the runs are mostly flat and really don't have the stability they should have for such a normally os disc.
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Old 02-05-2018, 05:42 PM
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What would you compare a g line to?
A slightly seasoned star destroyer. Keep in mind that is with the flashing removed.
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Old 03-06-2018, 05:21 AM
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How are the 150-class PD2s?
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Old 03-06-2018, 06:31 AM
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I recently bought one by mistake. But mine is quite stable though. Just goes pretty far first before the big fade. Also nice for uphill.
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Old 03-06-2018, 09:44 AM
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I recently bought one by mistake. But mine is quite stable though. Just goes pretty far first before the big fade. Also nice for uphill.
Interesting Been playing around with weights for the last year, thinking about pairing a PD2 with my Kraits.
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This is interesting:

https://store.discmania.net/index.ph...-line-pd2.html

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These Glow PD2's have a very mild dome and smooth shoulder transition, vastly different than our classic "bird beak" molding of the majority of PD2's. These things BOMB!!!
So it's a PD2 without the Anhyzer top??? Which would be.... a Destroyer?
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I have a few poptop s line pd2s that actually have a good bit of turn to them. On a slight hyzer I can get them to turn over and track right before fading out at the end of the flight. This is on a 480-500' shot.

The biggest difference between them and a destroyer of similar stability is that at low speed the pd2 will always dump left.

Has anyone else picked up pd2s with a lot of turn?
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I have a few poptop s line pd2s that actually have a good bit of turn to them. On a slight hyzer I can get them to turn over and track right before fading out at the end of the flight. This is on a 480-500' shot.

The biggest difference between them and a destroyer of similar stability is that at low speed the pd2 will always dump left.

Has anyone else picked up pd2s with a lot of turn?
only p-line or ones that demolished trees. I wish i had more s-lines like that
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I have a few poptop s line pd2s that actually have a good bit of turn to them. On a slight hyzer I can get them to turn over and track right before fading out at the end of the flight. This is on a 480-500' shot.

The biggest difference between them and a destroyer of similar stability is that at low speed the pd2 will always dump left.

Has anyone else picked up pd2s with a lot of turn?
If you have 480-500 feet of power then you're in the 0.01%. I doubt that anyone with 400 feet of power (i.e. me) is getting much turn out of most S-Line or C-Line PD2's unless they're a real aberration or beat.

What was interesting to me about the description of these isn't that they have some turn though. What's interesting is that they talk about it having a smooth shoulder transition which implies to me that they're not using their normal anhyzer top on these. I've always understood that the PD2 is an anhyzer top + Destroyer wing, so I'm curious what top mold piece they've put on this version of the PD2. I'd be super curious to see a side-by-side Destroyer comparison since these seem likely to literally just be Destroyers with PD2 stamps.
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If you have 480-500 feet of power then you're in the 0.01%. I doubt that anyone with 400 feet of power (i.e. me) is getting much turn out of most S-Line or C-Line PD2's unless they're a real aberration or beat.

What was interesting to me about the description of these isn't that they have some turn though. What's interesting is that they talk about it having a smooth shoulder transition which implies to me that they're not using their normal anhyzer top on these. I've always understood that the PD2 is an anhyzer top + Destroyer wing, so I'm curious what top mold piece they've put on this version of the PD2. I'd be super curious to see a side-by-side Destroyer comparison since these seem likely to literally just be Destroyers with PD2 stamps.
Just looked it up and it cant be a destroyer bottom based on the approved disc measurements. A ds is a 2.2 cm rim width and PD2 is a 2.4 cm.
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