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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 01-15-2012, 06:23 PM Thread Starter
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HP or Pro?

Looking at maybe getting a t.rice and trying to decide between horsepower and pro.

If both were the same price which would you get? Some people are saying turn initiation and edge to edge are slower on the HP, that would be the only reason I am still debating which to get. Is that true? Or are they over thinking it?
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Looking at maybe getting a t.rice and trying to decide between horsepower and pro.

If both were the same price which would you get? Some people are saying turn initiation and edge to edge are slower on the HP, that would be the only reason I am still debating which to get. Is that true? Or are they over thinking it?
I wouldnt say it's slower edge to edge between the two. it may be a little slower than other boards because it's a midwide. but riding it i find it pretty damn quick edge to edge because of the lightness and poppiness. The HP model is poppier, lighter, and is super damp compared to the regular model, making for quite the ride. go for it. I love mine, everyone else I know who has it loves it, so you'll probably love it too .

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All I can say is you only regret the decisions you don't make. The HP I think is definitely worth the extra cash. And yeah I think the board rides awesome.
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