Set-back stance on a True Twin ?
So I used to ride a burton custom. Ridden 'em my whole life and love them. But I recently picked up a NS Evo-R. And, it's taking some getting used to the twin shape. I would ride my custom about 2'' back, and I feel like I had more control at high speeds, especially over bumps, with my back foot closer to the tail. So, my question is, could I ride a set-back stance like I had on my directional Custom on the twin-shape Evo-R? I think I have it back about 1/2 - 1'' right now, but I feel like I would benefit from moving it back another inch and maybe it would have more control. I don't ride switch for much more than 100 feet, so I'm not too worried about throwing that off. Thanks!
And ftr, I am loving the evo for park riding, but it is definitely not as reliable at speed as the custom was. Damn those customs really are great all-'rounders.