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post #151 of 174 (permalink) Old 10-22-2013, 08:10 PM
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I'm tempted to try it for my next board
Cutting your own or a spring break board? I certainly don't have a G to throw down on a what if.

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Not buying...cutting my board that way
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looks retarded. the last thing anyone needs in powder is a notch in the tail to create resistance and slow you down. powder is already slow enough as it is...

i am the goddamn motherfuckin rooster king. i don't need a stupid notch to throw rooster tails.

edit: by notch i mean the hole cutout. swallowtails make sense in pow.
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looks retarded. the last thing anyone needs in powder is a notch in the tail to create resistance and slow you down. powder is already slow enough as it is...

i am the goddamn motherfuckin rooster king. i don't need a stupid notch to throw rooster tails.

edit: by notch i mean the hole cutout. swallowtails make sense in pow.
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post #155 of 174 (permalink) Old 10-22-2013, 11:19 PM Thread Starter
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Thats just silly lol
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Cool to see old style boards becoming more and more popular



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im from innsbruck austria and really loved this thread! so after inspiring me to bulid my own powdergun or at least transform one of my old decks into a powdergun i hope you can give me some advice! i plan on using an ride manic 160w for this project, but im not quite sure what i should take care on an hope that you can help me! i know there are plenty of information in this thread but my english is that bad that i cant understand most of it or im not quite sure when interpretating things i dont get...so i hope some of you are so kind and can help me! thanks for all and greetings from the alps!


ps. sry for my bad english, hope you can understand most of it
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Well first place I started was taking measurements. If your board has any carbon v straps you want to take care not to cut those. Start working on your cut template. Draw it out measure redraw until you find a shape you like.

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servus,
im from innsbruck austria and really loved this thread! so after inspiring me to bulid my own powdergun or at least transform one of my old decks into a powdergun i hope you can give me some advice! i plan on using an ride manic 160w for this project, but im not quite sure what i should take care on an hope that you can help me! i know there are plenty of information in this thread but my english is that bad that i cant understand most of it or im not quite sure when interpretating things i dont get...so i hope some of you are so kind and can help me! thanks for all and greetings from the alps!


ps. sry for my bad english, hope you can understand most of it
If you can't understand a section copy and paste them into English to Austria on--line translator .

If you still don't understand we will try our best to help you out.
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Your english is better than our austrian!
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