Sweet,I currently have a k2 raygun,and it dose handles everything pretty good,just want something a little softer/more park oriented.
I am assumeing it is a little softer than my raygun....I hope...lol
either way I am loving k2 so i couldnt go wrong
I haven't used the Raygun so I can't comment on how its flex compares to the Parkstar. In my experience though, my parkstar was pretty soft right when I get it and after I used it 5-10 times and broke it in, it got even softer. Not noodly soft, but real easy to press and butter without much effort. The parkstar definitely has better tech in it than the Raygun as well. I also find it to be very fast for a park board, probably due to the sintered base.