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.
lowracks wrote:Z Comet!
Itchy wrote:I use an ESP Meteor for that, but they are very hit or miss IMHO.
I don't actually agree with that. I think my current understable D-MD2 has about 20-30 hard tree hits under its belt, and while it does bend out of shape, you can easily just bend it back and it'll fly fine again. I actually wish it was more understable, I need to beat it up more or not straighten it out anymore or something. =)slowarm wrote:But D-line, meh, one tree hit too much and it's done.
Never seen a D-MD2 that fades hard, not even when brand new...slowarm wrote:Yeah, this might be a form issue (my form is shit), but both of my DMD2s became a bit unpredictable after (a lot of) use. I wasn't able to trust them in tight tunnels. I wasn't sure how much I should give them hyzer angle. Sometimes they faded hard, sometimes they didn't turn back from hyzer.
My favorite disc is SMD2 (the one MD2 you dislike, jubu!). I hope this will become my goto truly understable mid. But with S-line, it takes ages to beat in...
jubuttib wrote:Never seen a D-MD2 that fades hard, not even when brand new...
The current ones? They're OK but my favorites are indeed only the first runs. I really should change that to either read "orange FR P-MD2" or "gummy flat C-MD2"...slowarm wrote:How about your favorite, P-line MD2. How does it compare to a D-line? Talking about those PMD2s you can get from the shop, not 1st run.
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