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Old 07-06-2009, 04:37 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Neversummer '09 vs. '10

Is there any difference between the RC boards of '09 and the RC boards of '10?

Anything significant that would go noticed in everyday use?
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From my fairly reliable source they are identical in build with just different graphics and the new CircuitR. Obviously almost every NS is RC now.
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Looked at Never Summers website and it still has the 08-09 boards on it. Looks identical for the tech. So for the legacy sounds like it will just be a graphics difference. Course someone with a bit more knowledge can let you know more.

And yes I should be getting my Heritage r in by friday.
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BurtonAvenger has stated they are the same.
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and BA's word is law
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Not necessarily, but have you ridden a 2010 NS board or goto SIA this year and talk to NS? Didnt think so
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Old 07-06-2009, 07:09 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Basically everything that wasn't R.C. Tech and Vario gets it except the Titan and Titan TX. The Circuit R replaces the System, and the Summit R is going to be offered only direct from their site.
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Basically everything that wasn't R.C. Tech and Vario gets it except the Titan and Titan TX. The Circuit R replaces the System, and the Summit R is going to be offered only direct from their site.
The new circuit is a little more flexy than the 09 Summit right?
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If by a little you mean a lot since the Summit is their pow deck and the circuit is their price point park deck.
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I wish they were still making a wide version of the Premier. I want to try one of their RC freeride boards but I've already got two older Legacies. Maybe there's a Heritage XR in my future...

Also interesting that the Summit will only be available online. Saltypeaks has all the other 2010 models listed already, cool looking graphics across the line.
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