Setting Bindings for different conditions
I'm new to the forums, and just started riding this year. I have gone out 6 times. New Years eve was my first time riding in powder (live on the east coast) and it was by far my best day of snowboarding, I was able to carve as good as I have been able to. My question to you guys is this, I went out the next day (New Years Day) and it was machine groomed, I had a much harder time turning, it's like I had to throw my weight hard to get the board to turn. I think my bindings are tuned wrong. I ride goofy, front binding is at 15 back is at 0. I found it hardest to transition from my heels to my toes the day after riding powder. I think I need to adjust the highback and binding angles, i've read the guides posted by snowolf and been looking around google, but I cant find anything that tells me what what changing different settings actually does, for example when I adjust my highback higher or lower, what will it do for me in terms of ease of turning.
I have 32 prospects, Burton Customs, and a board i'm too embarressed to mention...lol
Thx for your help.