Anode|ION|JOKERi|MD2|FD|TD|PD|LEGENDaParks wrote:If the posts on this forum are any indication, the PD is like a Teebird with sunshine coming out of its butthole so hard that it flies faster.
discspeed wrote:Of all the new C line discs, I think the TD is surprising me the most. I have a merlot 175, and it's the most point and shoot driver I've ever used. It's SOOOO gyroscopic for a 1.9cm wing. The RR convex bottom is the most gyroscopic wing Innova has, the apparent nose space adds more plastic to the outside, and then the PD top is the most gyroscopic top Innova has. Now add the PLUS core, which adds even more plastic to the outside...It's a beautiful thing.
I'll admit I haven't thrown this disc more than 20 times, but yesterday I parked 7 holes in a row, from 260'-400', all with my CTD. I thought the PD was easy to power down...This disc doesn't fade dramatically if popped flat even @ 260', yet it wasn't flippy on the long shots either. On hard throws, it holds the line forever. I was able to throw annies, straight shots, and gentle hyzers.
Anyway, this disc performs way to well to not give a chance in my bag. It could potentially knock both PPDs, flippy S-PDs, and my GL Flow from my bag. I'll have to use it some more to see exactly where it fits.
disc junkie wrote:There's a reason Myself, dgdave and booter have been singing praises about the TD for many months now. Probably Discmania's best disc in my opinion.
I haven't exactly been singing, but I've been promoting the TD for some time now too.disc junkie wrote:There's a reason Myself, dgdave and booter have been singing praises about the TD for many months now. Probably Discmania's best disc in my opinion.
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