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Setting bindings back for Pow?

I'm heading to Keystone/ABasin on Saturday and lucky for us we may get some fresh while we're there, could be 2-3 days. I'm wondering if I should set my wife's bindings back a bit on these days. The process of doing it is easy, but I'm not sure if the action itself will help her. She's riding a Burton Feelgood maybe a 142. The profile is roc/cam/roc/cam/roc or as I call it bacon. I guess the only reason I ask is I've seen posts on here about people having mixed results with pushing back their stance and I'm just not that knowledgeable on it.
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My daughter rides the same board. She is on a 152 set up at reference and finds it great for riding powder. If your wife is happy at her current settings, I would leave it alone. The Flying V profile is very pow friendly. Enjoy !!!!

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