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I thought it was the hot to cold but none of my other decks do it. I think it has to do with it being the R.C. Tech as it changes how the board flexes right in that position. Cause all my rockered, zero, center reverse camber, and cambered decks do not do it.


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Wierd yea i have no other reference, and i assumed it was also maybe because i had taken off my bindings so many times repositioning them and what not...who knows.

I've never felt out of control because of it. Honestly i usually dont realize it until i strap in and it moves a bit...

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My 08/09 Heritage isn't a RC deck, but I did have an issue with my Ride SPi's getting loose on it. Those are the only bindings I had that issue with. Not sure what the deal was.
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Seems to me like this is an issue with the design of the mounting discs and/or how they interact with the hardware, and not so much a board issue?

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Seems to me like this is an issue with the design of the mounting discs and/or how they interact with the hardware, and not so much a board issue?
It's a NS issue that's the only board my formulas ever loosen up on. After owning 4 pairs of Formulas and something like 20 NS RC decks I can say it's just the way their rc tech is.


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Thanks for the heads up BA! I just bought an RC Evo, so I'll be sure to carry a tool with me when I'm on it.
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Thanks for the heads up BA! I just bought an RC Evo, so I'll be sure to carry a tool with me when I'm on it.
Ever since I started riding Formulas and NS decks my 686 toolbelts gotten a ton of use.


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my formulas are always loosening up on my postermania

3 bolts, 4 bolts, 2 bolts, doesn't matter

not extreme but noticeable if i haven't backed them off and re-tightened them in a while

doesn't happen on any of my other boards

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Ever since I started riding Formulas and NS decks my 686 toolbelts gotten a ton of use.
I've ridden my Evo now on back to back days at Echo, probably a total of 6 hours or so. Hitting a few boxes, primarily just jumps. No issues with my Flux Titans loosening up so far.
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no loose bindings on my heritage, raptor or f1

i ride targas.

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