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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 03-05-2009, 09:25 PM Thread Starter
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Question Ideas for new set up? Scaremaster, artifact, Agent, orrrr

Noob looking for a good board/binding setup for learning ground tricks, butters, oilies, etc. good flex and alot of pop. not to concern with hitting high speeds.

6ft, 165,10.5 bootsize
currently riding 155 5150 movement/union force


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I'm not an expert, but I've heard the ride DH 2 has good pop and is for jibbers?
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thanx ill look that up

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An rome artifact would probably work but I'm not sure on the pop. (I think it's a noodle though)
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how would the scaremaster compare to the artifact

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Lots of people on this board ride both those boards. I can't offer any first hand advice though. (Use your search fu?)
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try a rome machine also it is a wide board so you might have better fitting with your feet
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i like my stairmaster, flexy with tons of pop..

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