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Old 09-20-2012, 11:42 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Burton Custom X or Capita BSOD

Hello,

First thank you in advanced, I'm new to the forums.

I currently own a 2009 Burton Custom X which I poked a hole in the bottom from a rock. It was repaired but seemed to be slower after the repair so looking for a new board. It's as if the base didn't have that smooth feel anymore.

I'm not on the up and up and new tech but saw great reviews from the Capita BSOD. I was wondering if the BSOD would feel like the Custom X in terms of a little stiffer ride. I wanted to try new tech, but wondered if I should stick with another Custom X which is what I'm used to.

All I really do is Bomb Hills, hit Jumps and freeride around the mountain. Park is a no no except for the jumps.

Any idea which way I should lean?


Custom X: Burton Custom X Snowboard Men's 2013 Reviews & Sale | trusnow.com

BSOD: CAPiTA The Black Snowboard of Death Limited Edition Snowboard 2012 | evo outlet
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Old 09-20-2012, 11:54 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I currently own a 2009 Burton Custom X which I poked a hole in the bottom from a rock. It was repaired but seemed to be slower after the repair so looking for a new board. It's as if the base didn't have that smooth feel anymore.
Have you ever tried to wax your board with something but run-on-wax?
If i was buying a new board once i feel my board goes slow, i'd already spend milion bucks on it.

Who was repairng your board and was it ever waxed?
Post a hole, you got on your board.
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Old 09-20-2012, 11:59 AM   #3 (permalink)
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I suspect that your mind is playing tricks on you, but a new board is fun in any case.

No opinion on the CapiTa but I am pretty sure that the 2013 Custom X will have a similar feel; I have in the past ugraded other Burton Boards to same board and the feel was quite similar. Sure there's some new tech, but despite the marketing that usually causes only slight changes.

I think if you demo the Capita you will already know what to expect from the newer custom X and will be able to choose.

That said the Capita is rocker camber rocker so I"m pretty sure you'll find it a much different ride vs true camber.
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Old 09-20-2012, 12:03 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Have you ever tried to wax your board with something but run-on-wax?
If i was buying a new board once i feel my board goes slow, i'd already spend milion bucks on it.

Who was repairng your board and was it ever waxed?
Post a hole, you got on your board.
Sport Chalet, down here in Cali and yes I had it iron waxed 2 times after that initial hole. The hole was the size of a penny, and went through the base. But if you know what I'm talking about on the Custom X it felt super smooth on the bottom, then after the repair it was rough even after the wax.

I'm not an expert on repairs but wondered why that was the case. Maybe I'm just anal =P and its all in my head. But seriously it felt sluggish. Maybe I should just throw this out as well. When they repair a hole do they redo the base or just patch the hole?

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Sport Chalet, down here in Cali and yes I had it iron waxed 2 times after that initial hole. The hole was the size of a penny, and went through the base. But if you know what I'm talking about on the Custom X it felt super smooth on the bottom, then after the repair it was rough even after the wax.

I'm not an expert on repairs but wondered why that was the case. Maybe I'm just anal =P and its all in my head. But seriously it felt sluggish. Maybe I should just throw this out as well. When they repair a hole do they redo the base or just patch the hole?
I do live in Kazachstan and i dont know where sport Chalet is =)
I think when you say "hole" you mean hole in you base, right? not the hole you can see through?
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I bet it was sonething with your wax: get a fast base, that fast wax with the proper temperature rating(i bet the problem is here) and you'll be fine.

This will save you a tons of money. If this will work, you can buy me some beer later
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The Custom X is going to be stiffer than the BSOD. Also, the BSOD is hybrid camber, whereas the Custom X is traditional camber. The ride should be noticeably different. The BSOD is a fun ride though, and is made pretty much for your riding style, but with a little freestyle flair. Try to demo them both and then decide if you can.
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Interesting, thanks for all the responses. I think you were right on when you said it was probably the wax.... The boards base does feel a lot better then it did. I didn't get to go riding last year, took it out today and did an inspection.

Now I think I'll still convince my fiance the board is broken... since she knows nothing. Lawl!

EDIT: Wow not to mention I just watched the repair video on the forums and I'm an idiot. Rofl. Well at least NOW I KNOW how they repair boards. =P

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Interesting, thanks for all the responses. I think you were right on when you said it was probably the wax.... The boards base does feel a lot better then it did. I didn't get to go riding last year, took it out today and did an inspection.

Now I think I'll still convince my fiance the board is broken... since she knows nothing. Lawl!
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I support a Forum I found interesting to read.... I work for a living and throwing some extra cash toward a forum I enjoy and find informative is a crime? Whatever.
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I support a Forum I found interesting to read.... I work for a living and throwing some extra cash toward a forum I enjoy and find informative is a crime? Whatever.
no, no its not, actually glad you support it. Cuz i sure dont




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