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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 04-01-2011, 04:08 PM Thread Starter
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How are these boards? I'm looking into the quantum and the team. Are they better than the capita stairmaster extreme?

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Well they'll be a lot different that the stairmaster that's for sure.


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How so exactly? I know the stairmaster extreme is pretty stiff. I ride a skate banana now, and my friend said the extreme would be way to stiff going from a skate banana to that.
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I would go with the Flows over the Extreme. Popcam is a slightly altered camber. Sill positive camber, no rocker at all, but the camber is mellowed out in the tips. It gives a "flatter" ollie platform in your tips.

I also trust Flow's durability more than CAPiTA.

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Stairmaster extreme stiff that's a good one. Ok you're talking about a board that's designed for big jumps and half pipe vs a board that is meant to be ridden over concrete and in backyards.


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Stairmaster extreme stiff that's a good one. Ok you're talking about a board that's designed for big jumps and half pipe vs a board that is meant to be ridden over concrete and in backyards.
That's what everyone I've asked has said. And I've watched lots of reviews on all 3, and all 3 are great for anything park?
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I used to have a GNU and I sold it cause I love my Flow so much! ....its got pop for days, its easy to control, and its got a super fast sintered base

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I used to have a GNU and I sold it cause I love my Flow so much! ....its got pop for days, its easy to control, and its got a super fast sintered base
Would you recommend the team or the quantum? And is the quantum really stiff? I ride mostly park and am hoping to get a board that can jib great as well as hit bigger kickers.

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So do you guys think I should get the team or the quantum?
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Well the team is a little softer and has a directional flex. If you jump switch a lot go with the Quantum, if not the Team will be more fun to jib.

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