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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 06-23-2008, 04:44 PM Thread Starter
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royale ...nose or tail????

Hey i just got myself the burton royale and on the burton sit it says twin
like and the only other board ive ever had is a true twin..(please
forgive me for being n00b) now when i took it out the box and set my
bindings on it seems to be a little set back maybe an 1" or 2". Now did
i do something wrong or is the board made to be set-back like that...If
i did something wrong could u give me instruction on the proper way to
set my bindings..
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It's a twin-like shape. So its not actually a true twin, just more twin than before I think. Its probably meant to be set back a bit.
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okay thank you...does anyone know for sure or anyone have one?
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twin like means that the board is set back, nose longer than the tail, but the flex and maybe the sidecut is true twin. so if the nose is longer than the tail, you got it right

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