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Looking for an overstable d2 plastic. I’ve got 400g seems good. What’s more overstable? Or am I going to have to switch to some thing like a D1?

Think like star destroyer to luster or champ destroyer.
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Old 05-11-2020, 08:17 AM
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You're probably looking for a 450 Core Team D2. Best place to find them would probably be Prodigy collector groups. D1 is likely the most readily available option.
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Old 05-11-2020, 08:40 AM
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Yeah- the D1 is going to be more similar to the destroyer imo.
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If I handed you a wiped stamp D1 and told you it was a D2, I’d be surprised if you could tell the difference in feel. IMO, just go with both, nobody likes having to track down fresh overstable versions of their favorite disc.
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Old 05-11-2020, 02:58 PM
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If I handed you a wiped stamp D1 and told you it was a D2, I’d be surprised if you could tell the difference in feel. IMO, just go with both, nobody likes having to track down fresh overstable versions of their favorite disc.
I find this to be the case with D1/2/3s. I have discs that are marked D2 and look like a D2 but I'm convinced are a D3 given how they fly. I have D1s that will flip up slightly like my D2s. I've thrown D3s that are more OS than most D1s I bag. You could say consistency isn't Prodigy's strong suit, but they do all feel very, very similar so there's that, I guess...

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Prodigy is all over the place with the D1, D2 and D3. I've thrown multiples of each, and they all seem to fly different. I've run into some surprisingly beefy/overstable D3s. I also threw a flippy D1.

To be on the safe side I'd probably just get D1s if you want beef.
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Prodigy is all over the place with the D1, D2 and D3. I've thrown multiples of each, and they all seem to fly different. I've run into some surprisingly beefy/overstable D3s. I also threw a flippy D1.

To be on the safe side I'd probably just get D1s if you want beef.
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