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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 05-03-2011, 09:34 AM Thread Starter
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T.Rice C2BTX Pro vs HP

Can anyone give thoughts if there was any major difference in ride feels between the regular T.Rice and the HP (horse power) models? I know about the core and the balast and it (HP) being an environmantely friendly board. But how would the HP feel vs. the Pro (regular) C2BTX model while riding?

1. Is it more damp or almost the same or bounc ydue to lighter weight
2. Is it that much lighter, and if so, is it enough to really feel it on jumps, etc.
3. Does it have more pop

Any thoughts to that extend would be appreciated. And I'm talking about the pointy ones (not that it would make a difference to the blunt cause it's same construction, just smaller sizes with blunted tip/tail).


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Bump, I'm wondering the same thing. Only ridden the regular version.
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I got the HP version, but never rode the other. Also wondering if there is a difference.
For what it's worth, found these looking for an answer:


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