Originally Posted by djsaad1
I have a coda and love it but was thinking about trying the element.
I just looked at the specs of the element and they are exactly the same as the coda. What makes the element different from the coda?
arbor makes two elements one is cx one is rx. If you missed it before the rx is rocker and cx is your traditional board design. reg camber will be more stable at higher speeds where as rocker will give you quicker tighter turns both boards can do either they'll just feel more at home doing what there designed for, though that wasn't your question.
The difference in the Coda compared to the element rx would just be the rx will be a bit stiffer, and quiet possibly a bit better though id have to ride it to be sure
a good rule of thumb to go buy keeping everything in mind of course the more expensive a board is within one brand the more materials and therefore a likely better candidate for big mountain riding, however there are always execptions to rules.*cough*burton*cough*