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Omatic Extr Txtr w BS or Omatic Celebrity w/ BS

I have narrowed it down to either of these 2 Omatics boards for net season. I mostly freeride with the occasional run through the park. I am currently riding 08/09 Omatic Sweet.

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if i were u i would go with the celebrity cause it is the stiffer of the two, which would be better if you freeride more

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I'm going with a TXTR for my backup board. That BS tech has me interested.
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Thank thats what I was thinking but I wasn't sure. in all he videos I saw about the Extr Txtr they say its good all over the mountain.

the BS has me interested also, I heard it rides like TBT from Bataleon
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i have ridden only the regular omatic celebrity w/o Bs tech, i haven't ridden TBT either, but i think you should try and demo both tbt and bs to decide.

the extr txtr is prob also good all over the mtn as it is a stiffer park board, but i think the celebrity is stiffer. it just depends on what kind of board u like softer or stiffer

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You're talking about next years boards 2 of which that are geared more for park riding. Txtr felt stiffer than Celebrity when I rode them. But for freeriding I'd get something different.

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I like mid-range boards, the Sweet is perfect. I'm going up to the U.S. Open this weekend and hopefully I can demo some boards.
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has anyone ridden both of these boards with BS?
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