Burton probably has machines that test things down to those measurements. That's how engineers roll. They are stat monkeys. So I don't doubt in a lab someone may have measured a 3% difference in one measurement.
However as any factory worker will tell you, a lot of times those measurements don't mean much in real world applications. That's why a perfectly engineered product may fail in the field. Nothing replicates thousands of people using your product in the field.
So don't focus on the 3%. The message is, the flex according to the engineer SHOULD be similar.
Someone who has both in their hands can tell us.
Last edited by jdang307; 11-10-2012 at 02:12 PM.