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.
I'd call mine more plain overstable rather than straight to overstable. That's more Neutron Vector territory.Jeronimo wrote:Tensor?
Neutron is the plastic (like Star, Tournament etc.), Vector is the name of the disc. What do you mean by "weird rim thing", the shape of the rim is pretty traditional, and the overmold shouldn't affect gripping it at all.jon_boi wrote:Neutron may be good to look into. I'm not sure I can get over the Neutron's weird rim thing...
I'm a bit surprised there were no Vibrams recommended...
jubuttib wrote:Neutron is the plastic (like Star, Tournament etc.)
Jeronimo wrote:What do you mean by "weird rim thing"
luma wrote:...The thing I like about MVP that the heavier rim really straightens the flight pattern. Even into a monster headwind it won't turn over hard on you because of it...at least that's my experience.
Give them a chance, they're nothing like the Quest garbage (not all Quest is garbage though). =)jon_boi wrote:jubuttib wrote:Neutron is the plastic (like Star, Tournament etc.)
OH man... yea... i'm not up to date on the latest and greatest...jubuttib wrote:What do you mean by "weird rim thing"
Yea... just the overmold. No reason other than it's different, which admittedly is poor reasoning. I bought an Odyssey or some such disc from Quest that was a dual mold and was a POS.
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