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Originally Posted by dreampow View Post
This board is now a (DIY) swallowtail so it should ride differently next year, but its a carving beast. Just a pleasure to carve.QUOTE]

im very intrigued by this! i would love to see how it came out and if you notice any differences in lateral and torsional flex by modding it this way.. what did you do to the edges and how did you seal up the ends? please post a picture!
All the info is here although you will have to wait until winter to find out how it rides.

Its significantly softer in the tail although still fairly stiff maybe a 6.5 out of 10 on my scale.

I am expecting a lot more float too.
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