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post #41 of 42 (permalink) Old 01-10-2011, 09:40 PM Thread Starter
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"Are you still having issues with the push you were getting?" I was getting the push on my V-rocker and I think it was partly due the physics of 'rocker' but mostly a result of my highbacks being out of position. I didn't adjust them to compensate for the +15, -15 angles of the binders. In my opinion rotating the highbacks so they are parallel to heel edge is critical. Their improper position also caused a hotspot on my calf. The problem that I have now is that I am unable to adjust the forward lean. Adjusting Mala Vita highbacks to compensate for +15,-15 angles renders the lean wedge ineffective, unless I'm doing something wrong. The wedge is much better on my new TT30's. I had the TT30's on my Ride DH before i cracked it up. The repacement will arrive on Friday, can't wait, I loved that board for the six hours that I rode it.
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Yeah, black, metallic grey and green horizontal bars. I haven't noticed any toe or heel drag, but the Mala Vita's have a thick base pad and my angles help with that as well. I think you should be fine as long as you don't have bulky boots, no angle or minimal cushion underfoot. You should check out the 2010 Mala Vita's they would provide you with some additional clearance and the highbacks rule.

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