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Old 12-14-2011, 03:08 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Yes Basic vs. Signal Omni vs. Technine Camrock

The title says it all. All these boards have Camrock. I like the Yes because I can get a good deal and the blunted tips and have been recommended the other two . Which would you go for for a quiver killer. I need it mostly to do park and cruising. Thanks
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Dont know when you plan on getting your stick but my CAMROCK is coming in tomorrow. I can let you know what I think of it when I get on it this friday if you'd like. My friend is riding the rosta camrock he swears by it...
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The Technine was really good. So is the Omni. Yes is hit or miss, usuall miss in my experience.

If you want more jibbing and easy riding the Omni, if you want to jump a lot, Technine.

That said, both make bomb quiver killers. However, Omni is sintered, CamRock is extruded.
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i rode the Yes Typo 156 last season and its basicaly a basic camrock.
its a sweet board with a surfy playful feel. you wont be dissapointed.
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I rode the 2010 Omni all last season. Great ride. It can be a little washy at speed on a steep groomer, but it's a super fun ride overall. Worked everywhere I took it, from park to pow.
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I rode the 2010 Omni all last season. Great ride. It can be a little washy at speed on a steep groomer, but it's a super fun ride overall. Worked everywhere I took it, from park to pow.
The new glass helped with that, a little stiffer torsionally.
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