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I'd like to know what people think is the board to handle speed and choppy stuff.
Any board made of unobtanium will do that with ease. Manufacturer doesn't matter.
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Excellent, where do I get me some unobtanium...without killing innocent blue people of course.

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Another problem is, most boards don't have a docking station for the flux compensator. That's why I might go with the Matell board.

But seriously: I'm going with the Heritage X. Thanks for all your input!
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Burton T6 or T7... But you'll have to learn to love the stiffness. The board's made from aluminium honeycomb (wood's meant for building houses and burning) so you'll have to have flux capacitors for your legs at the end of the day, but that's about it.

In all seriousness it is a solid bombing board. Unfortunately they don't make them anymore but there are still new planks available here and there. I take mine on ANYTHING. It's real happy bombing groomers and she likes powder and glades too, my legs just need to be stronger to really make the most out of it. The pop is fantastic, if I load the board heavily in a turn it'll pop me right off the snow during a transition. Not a beginner board...
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