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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 10-10-2011, 01:08 PM Thread Starter
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Capita Horrorscope FK vs Capita Indoor survival FK

hey all, i just searched some information about horrorscope, they all great. It's really playfull, soft buttery board. But i just wonder, is it so bad at all mountian? Of course I dont expect it to rides like an all mountian board but i am normally park guy, but sometimes i ride with my friends in all over the mountian, so its flexiblty scares me, it looks it will be hard to ride in icy conditions. Waiting for opinions, Thanks a lot.


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I am curious, too.
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to my preferences, the horrorscope is not stiff enough for me to feel comfortable riding all mountain. i like to ride hard though, so i naturally prefer a stiffer board to begin with. i also think though, that the indoor survival is gonna be too stiff to be a jib board. it'll be a great park/all around board, but i feel it'll be too stiff for jibbing, which the horrroscope excels at. just my 2 cents. gluck!
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i have an indoor survival and it is a noodle. it doesn't feel solid enough to ride all mountain comfortably for me. don't get me wrong, it will do, but not ideal.
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i have an indoor survival and it is a noodle. it doesn't feel solid enough to ride all mountain comfortably for me. don't get me wrong, it will do, but not ideal.
board size and weight, as that might be a big factor to that.
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I weigh 185 and have a 156 indoor and rode it all over the mountain, it accually felt a little stiffer than I would like for park
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Yea, I would be a 154 indoor, and 160 lbs. maybe a bit too stiff. Now thinking of horrorscope, i just need it to be decent at cruising and the occasional pow days tahoe gives me.
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