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Old 01-17-2012, 09:57 AM   #31 (permalink)
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I'll just end it with this...

I ride things factory first. Then I do adjustments afterwards if needed. I don't skip straight to the adjustment phase before jumping on a new setup.

What if you find that factory wax is good enough and you've been needlessly waxing all of your new boards from the get-go? Imagine the wax and time you would have saved. What if you find that detuning is not for you, yet that's what you immediately did to your new board?

I think I'm going to start waxing every demo board before I ride it now lol. But honestly, this is me. I came to this conclusion after riding factory new stuff. Easton came to his conclusion in the exact same way. That's all I'm advising for NEW RIDERS.

You see Easton and I came to the opposite conclusion from the same exact start. At some point, him and I rode factory waxed boards and came to our respective conclusions.
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