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Question Evo-R and swinging Raiden bindings..

Hi there!
Just got NS Evo-R at local store sale and rush to prepare it for indoor slope test. Wax (factory waxed?..don't fool me, i wanna do it myself!) and start to attach bindings (Raiden Blackhawk,i know it's all-mt and for Evo it probably better go for smth softer, but for a newb like me it'll suit for a while to study) and then i've got a puzzle:

My bindings placed on board are not standing still and got some freedom to swing via diagonal line (about 2mm under oposit corners). After screwing them - no problem, and no deformation for stick found.
But a bad feeling is still here.. it's ok? And won't 'cause any damage to the board (may be just caused by RC shape of the board)?
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