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Old 01-31-2010, 09:56 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by tyomak View Post

Thanks for the reply. Yeah, I know the -R is the wide version. Legacy, according to NS' site, is very similar to Titan which I already have. Their site says that while Revolver has more flex it's still stable at high speeds. I'll have to give NS a call tomorrow and get their take on this.

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I think the "-r" is for their rocker+camber design and has nothing to do with the board being wide or mid-wide.

That said, the Legacy-R is a wider version of the SL-R. It's a great, indestructible board. I'm sure they've changed some of the tech in this board since I bought mine 5 years ago but mine sucks for park: presses are impossible, but I think they've softened up this deck a little bit over the last few years so maybe it's better now.

Awesome on booters, but lacking in the pop & flex departments.

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