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im sure this question is on this site some where but i can't find it. which runs are which when it comes to CE plastic... color etc...

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Check with Innova Discs. They maybe able to tell you specifics !!
I have a disc that brings up some confusion. It's a suppose to be the last run of the CE's. It's transparent, Pro line, Firebird. My buddy who lives in the same town as Innova's factory gave to me with the explanation. FYI, he has a sick collection of CE's
I was wondering the same thing i have a ce eagle and ce firebird that feel like different plastics.
That's a tough one. As for the first runs. I use to think they were only in red with a black or yellow hot stamp, but I don't think that's the case. The plastic is one factor. The 1st and 2nd runs had a very dense plastic. Very opaque, so much so you could hold them up to a lite source and hardly notice a difference. Some other obsevations. The famous cut your hands flashing, the "nipple" in the center. 2nd runs seem to be the same, but they had no domes. Hence the nickname "Flat tops". The 3rd and 4th runs were close to what we know today. Still opaque but not as much as the 1st and 2nd runs.
Not sure if this is 100% accurate and you will get multiple opinions on this. So the only one I would consider accurate. Is if Dave D. from Innova came on this site and broke them down.
There's a few threads on CE discs on the PDGA board but all I have found are contradictory or just plain wrong...

Somebody who actually KNOWS the CE inside and out should make a webpage to dispell all the horse-s and myths around CE plastic! Is there one already?
Describe it to me and I can give an answer I know ce vary well
White Valks pretty opaque, purple stamp and green stamp. same type plasitc green Valk with white stamp. Opaque tie dye purple Valk. Clear Orange Leopard with blue stamp. Clear Green leopard with black stamp. Orange pretty opaque Eagle rainbow stamp.

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