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Triple8Sol 10-13-2010 01:13 PM

Never Summer boards & Setback
 
I see people asking about how much setback there is on Never Summer boards. Not sure why this info. isn't something that NS openly lists in their catalog and elsewhere. Well for their 2010 & 2011 line, here's the official #'s straight from the source:


SIZE STANCE SET BACK ON SET BACK ON
WIDTH EFFECTIVE EDGE MATERIAL
SL"R"
151 18.5""-24" .5" .75"
153 19"-24.5" .5" .75"
155 19"-24.5" .5" .75"
158 19.5"-25" .5" .75"
161 19.5"-25" .5" .75"
164 19.5"-25" .5" .75"
Legacy "R"
156 19.5"-25" .5" .75"
159 19.5"-25" .5" .75"
161 19.5"-25" .5" .75"
163 19.5"-25" .5" .75"
166 19.5"-25" .5" .75"
170 19.5"-25" .5" .75"
174 19.5"-25" .5" .75"
Premier F1"R"
157 18.5""-24" .625" .875"
159 19"-24.5" .625" .875"
161 19"-24.5" .625" .875"
163 19"-24.5" .625" .875"
165 19"-24.5" .625" .875"
168 19"-24.5" .875" 1.25"
172 19"-24.5" .875" 1.25"
Heritage "R"
155 18.5""-24" .5" .75"
158 19"-24.5" .5" .75"
160 19"-24.5" .5" .75"
162 19"-24.5" .5" .75"
165 19"-24.5" .5" .75"
Heritage X "R"
156 19"-24.5" .5" .75"
159 19"-24.5" .5" .75"
163 19"-24.5" .625" .875"
166 19"-24.5" .625" .875"
Summit "R"
161 18.5""-24" 1.75" 2"
167 18.5""-24" 1.625" 2"
172 18.5""-24" 1.625" 2"
Lotus "R"
146 16.5"-22" .625" 1"
149 17.5"-23" .625" 1"
151 17.5"-23" .625" 1"
154 17.5"-23" .625" 1"
157 17.5"-23" .625" 1"
WIDTH EFFECTIVE EDGE MATERIAL
Pandora "R"
140 16"-21.5" 0" 0"
143 16.5"-22" 0" .25"
146 16.5"-22" 0" .25"
149 17.5"-23" 0" .25"
Infinity"R"
145 17.5"-23" .5" .75"
147 17.5"-23" .5" .75"
149 18.5""-24" .5" .75"
151 18.5""-24" .5" .75"
154 18.5""-24" .5" .75"
156 18.5""-24" .5" .75"
EVO"R"
142 16"-21.5" 0" 0"
148 18.5""-24" 0" .25"
151 19.5"-25" 0" .25"
153 19.5"-25" 0" .25"
155 19.5"-25" 0" .25"
158 19.5"-25" 0" .25"
161 19.5"-25" 0" .25"
Revolver"R"
153 19.5"-25" 0" .25"
156 19.5"-25" 0" .25"
159 19.5"-25" 0" .25"
161 19.5"-25" 0" .25"
164 19.5"-25" 0" .25"
Circuit "R"
151 19.5"-25" 0" .25"
155 19.5"-25" 0" .25"
158 19.5"-25" 0" .25"
161 19.5"-25" 0" .25"

Raptor
160 18.5""-24" .75" 1.2"
164 18.5""-24" .75" 1.25"
169 18.5""-24" .75" 1.25"
Raptor X
161 18.5""-24" .75" 1.2"
165 18.5""-24" .75" 1.25"
169 18.5""-24" .75" 1.25"

Powder
Porpoise 325 14" 16" 47.5" 57.25"

ecks 10-13-2010 01:49 PM

That makes sense, I was wondering why the heritage would have a 0 setback when I saw it on the backcountry website. Looks like lack of information made backcountry write whatever they wanted.

Thanks for posting the info.

legallyillegal 10-13-2010 02:48 PM

Summit = 47.5"

killclimbz 10-13-2010 02:55 PM

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A 47.5" setback? That's huge!

Smitty 10-13-2010 05:31 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by killclimbz (Post 313568)
A 47.5" setback? That's huge!

Wonder how long that board is!


Thanks for the info Triple.

jon2468321 10-14-2010 01:03 AM

what exactly is setback? o:

RaID 10-14-2010 01:09 AM

it is the distance the mid point between the front and back inserts is in relation to the centre of the board

legallyillegal 10-14-2010 02:50 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by RaID (Post 313827)
it is the distance the mid point between the front and back inserts is in relation to the centre of the board

or it could be in relation to the midpoint between the contact points

or it could be in relation to the deepest point of the sidecut

m_jel 10-14-2010 09:09 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by legallyillegal (Post 313837)
or it could be in relation to the midpoint between the contact points

or it could be in relation to the deepest point of the sidecut

or we could post some useful information, like 47.5" setbacks

Triple8Sol 10-14-2010 09:13 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by m_jel (Post 313903)
or we could post some useful information, like 47.5" setbacks

If you didn't already know, legallyillegally is useless about 90% of the time. :laugh:


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