zj1002 wrote:any of you MD2/MD3 lovers want part of my MD2 collection?
Off the top of my head it includes 2 proto C-MD2s(1 DGV, 1 USDGC), 1 P-line Xmas MD2, 5 opaque C-MD2, 5 flat jolly launcher MD2s(the new run), and 2 glow C-MD3. Most are used but in great shape, a couple are new.
If you are not in america i'll gladly still work something out as long as you pay for shipping.
"Can start out very overstable" is more like it. Mine is clearly more HSS and LSS than my S-FD, but it ain't overstable by any means.JR wrote:IDK but the C FD starts out very overstable so if it did break in it would probably take several years. Unless you give it a crash course
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.
Eagle-X type mojo or something like that?Joz wrote:Now I get a nice predictable turn, but still a reliable finish to the left.
maskedavenger wrote:I have a 2013 "Jolly Launcher" C-PD2 that is overstable to all hell. Threw a short hole aiming for a forehand s-shot, let it go way too steep, it was almost vertical, good thing I chose this disc, as it fought out of that roller angle and faded in for a putt.
If the Stilletto is more overstable I cannot imagine what that will do. EO stamped one I got is nowhere near that stability. It is very stable (I would say a sliver less than the FR C-PD2s that came out in 2011), but nowhere near the microbubbly rimmed 2013 one I got. The Jolly Launcher one has a huge pop top dome too, I wonder if that has to do with it.
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