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Old 04-02-2010, 11:15 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Yeah Adrii haha it's in fact an SS.

Probably just gonna go with an Indoor Survival FK 152 cause it's madd hot and very comparable to the SS anyways. 5'9 - 160 lbs - 9.5 boot. or maybe the 154? (happy medium lol? :P)
i just received mines today, cant wait to get on it!!!
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Old 04-03-2010, 12:08 AM   #12 (permalink)
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I'm hesitating between the 152 and 154. If I decide to go swiss army knife style and sell my freeride board. I'm guessing the 154 would be better suited for all mtn style.


@ 5'9 - 160 lbs - 9.5 boot, how's a 152 for all mtn?
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Old 04-03-2010, 12:31 AM   #13 (permalink)
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Yeah Adrii haha it's in fact an SS.

Probably just gonna go with an Indoor Survival FK 152 cause it's madd hot and very comparable to the SS anyways. 5'9 - 160 lbs - 9.5 boot. or maybe the 154? (happy medium lol? :P)
at 160 lbs, the 156 Sierrascope will serve you better as an all mountain board... imho, the added stability you'd gain outside the park outweigh the benefits of a 4cm shorter board in the park, although you can ride a 152 all over the mountain and a 156 in the park and still have a ton of fun (it's all preference)... the 154 Indoor FK seems like a good compromise since it's pretty much the same board as the Sierrascope and would likely give you peace of mind with your decision, but I'd personally opt for the 156...
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Aight I'm gonna keep the 160cm for the bombing days and get 152cm Indoor FK for park and dicking on the mountain.

--> I just wanna make sure it still holds up at moderate to high speeds in the 152. (5'9 - 160 lbs - 9.5 boot.) Also, it's gotta hold its own on 30ft jumps.
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i just got back from taking out my 152 ss. lovely ride i must say. so flexy :]

and yes, 4cm makes a big difference. after riding my ss, my 156 gnu feels like a boat.
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Sick!! So that 160 is gonna feel like the Titanic once I step onto my new Indoor Survival FK 152!!

Yeah that's right, I FINALLY pulled the trigger.

2 new boards in one season, viva la overtime $$$ lol

Thanks for the help everyone!!!
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Aight I'm gonna keep the 160cm for the bombing days and get 152cm Indoor FK for park and dicking on the mountain.

--> I just wanna make sure it still holds up at moderate to high speeds in the 152. (5'9 - 160 lbs - 9.5 boot.) Also, it's gotta hold its own on 30ft jumps.
The IS FK is a good stick and will be great for riding all over and some park action. It's definitely not a park noodle though so keep that in mind. Carbon X between the bindings so I dunno personally how it would do on rails but for boxes and jumps is excellent. At your weight I would personally go 154. I am 6' 180-190 and the 156 suits me fine everywhere. You would be fine in anything from 152-156 in that board for sure.
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Bah no problem, I didn't want a noodle anyways, because it has to hold up on large air. Rails shouldn't be too bad since I always enjoy a challenge. I was having fun in the park with my Pantera, so I can't imagine this :P

I've asked around A LOT and the majority pointed to the 152. This one was also most accessible to me in terms of stores holding it so I went with that.
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i just got back from taking out my 152 ss. lovely ride i must say. so flexy :]

and yes, 4cm makes a big difference. after riding my ss, my 156 gnu feels like a boat.
what model GNU and how much do you weight?

you may feel a significant difference between different models 4 cm apart (you can feel the difference between different models at the same size), but the difference won't be that noticable between a 152 and 156 Sierrascope especially at 160 lbs, which is what the OP weighs... the 156 certainly won't feel like a boat compared to the 152....
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what model GNU and how much do you weight?

you may feel a significant difference between different models 4 cm apart (you can feel the difference between different models at the same size), but the difference won't be that noticable between a 152 and 156 Sierrascope especially at 160 lbs, which is what the OP weighs... the 156 certainly won't feel like a boat compared to the 152....
gnu carbon credit, and i weigh 135 pounds.

i do realize that i bought the gnu a little larger than would normally be suitable for me, but they didn't have any 154's, and i thought the length would suit me for all-mountain riding, as i am completely incapable of doing anything in the park.

i've gotten a little better since then, and i just went riding for three days straight. aside from the difference in flex and edge feel, the length does make a noticeable difference for me. it may be because i don't weigh much, but yeah, i don't know what else to say. as far as the ride, they both ride very well, and i can control both boards without any problems. the major differences for me were that the sierrascope is a noodle compared to the gnu, and the gnu is much more stable at high speeds coming down steeper slopes.

as far as the difference between a 152 and a 156 sierrascope, i have no idea. it sounds to me, given the specs of the op, that 152 would seem appropriate.
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