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Old 07-11-2016, 09:44 AM
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How far are you throwing these PDs that they're torquing turning on you?
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Old 07-11-2016, 10:41 AM
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So I have been throwing a PD as my stable control driver, and while it is a great disc and will most likely stay in my bag, it flips a little more then I was hoping for. Ive actually been using it more for long hazer-flip to slight turnover shots. I have one in both S and G plastic ( 172,174) and they are pretty similar.

Im looking for something I can really crank flat and it will stay dead straight with fade at the end. Are C PDs much more overstable? Or should I look into something in the Pred/Firebird/Monster category?

Side note: i throw Resisters also, but looking for something with a little more D
just get a new S Line. It's difficult to identify good c line runs, some are closer to firebirds, some are more like a beat in s line PD.

Honestly if you're flipping a new close to max weight PD, it's more likely you and not the disc. I don't have a cannon arm, and my new 168 sPD isn't flippy in the slightest.
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Old 07-11-2016, 10:53 AM
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Get yourself a fresh C-PD /thread.
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Old 07-11-2016, 12:13 PM
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How far are you throwing these PDs that they're torquing turning on you?
I'm not the only one who has mentioned PDs having a bit of turn at high power/speed. I can't easily get the PD out to 375 even without and fade at all. I don't measure all my throws with it obviously but it isn't much shorter then my max d driver.

Distance isn't the issue with it, I can get it out there but with a little right to left movement.

Though I'm not saying my form is perfect (whose is?). But is good enough to throw 450 ft pretty consistently
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Old 07-11-2016, 01:31 PM
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C-PD is definitely a good choice to keep the same feeling mold. Otherwise, a C-FD3 will take all the torque you can throw at it and stay stable. PD2s are good, but quite a change in rim feel that I'm not a fan of. They tend to be more pop-topped with a small ridge where the flight plate separates from the wing. FD3s have a slightly more narrow wing, a rounded nose and are slightly taller. However, they come out flat topped with smooth transition points.

If you have the chance to grab an X-Out or used C-FD3, I would imagine it will be more the stability you're looking for. Plenty of speed, decent glide, stable enough that it's very difficult to turn over, but not such a meathook that it's solely for utility.

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