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i think its you adjusting to the rocker profile. With the rocker centered between your feet, the board becomes much more sensitive to forward and back weight transfers. Where you can be way back on the tail of a cambered board and still carve, you want to keep your weight centered on rockered boards. As for it over carving is most likely a balance thing too. brand new magnetraction doesnt like to go from a crave to a slide in a turn, and center rockered boards are quick and easy to engage a turn. My advise is to try to ride in a more relaxed centered position, practice going from sliding to carving to sliding. I dont detune boards but some like to take a little of the edge
if its not your style try a board with a center flat section, like from ride or k2, they are very stable boards and are not aggressive turning boards.