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Flow, in order of stiffness, is this correct?

is this the right order for flow stiff to soft?
any models missing?

12/21/11 added some boards just for reference.

NXT FRX
NXT FSE-----trice, highlife
NXT ATSE----heritage
NXT AT
M11
M9-----------verve, blacklist
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Models missing? yeah... Otherwise yeah you got it.

FRX, FSE, ATSE, AT, M11, M9, M9 SE, Five, Quattro, Quattro SE. After that is pointless...

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Flow puts the AT stiffer the ATSE


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Flow puts the AT stiffer the ATSE
Yup.
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Yup.
Meh, I know one of their regionals and he swears the other way.

So based on that, they're probably exactly the same. Or so similar it doesn't matter.

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The videos on Flow's website has the AT at 4.5 flex and the ATSE at 4. The way the highback attaches is slightly diffent.


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