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a question about board tuning ( i already read the sticky)

So I just got my Burton custom 3d 2009. Since this is my first board, I have no experience tuning. However, I have watched some youtube videos and read about it. From my understanding, there are different angles for what you want to do, whether it is park, or all mountain. My question is that does anyone know what angles the board comes with (base and side, I think that's it right?) Is it common for you guys to change the angles that come with the board? I am asking this because I need to know the angles for what type of file guide I'm buying. Thanks for the help.

if you know an exceptional videos about tuning feel free to post the link

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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 07-17-2009, 09:21 AM
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depends on what your doing, you want detuned edges for park, more acute edges for riding groomers or ice.

personally Id turn my iron on high set it on the Burton and walk away. Im joking, but no seriously

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