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ArmyOfSkittles 02-06-2013 10:24 PM

If you ride Signal, check this thread
 
What Signal board are you riding; what bindings do you prefer; what style of riding; and how do you like it?

I'm looking for a good snowboard for butters and I've been looking into Signal boards. Just looking for some opinions and setup ideas, thank you!

bseracka 02-06-2013 10:47 PM

Park flat, flux rk30s. Super soft setup for dicking around in the park and on small hills. Does surprisingly well all Mt too. Usual ride is a lib dark with Rome targas, or kessler ride with raiden machine.

Side note: I was really impressed with the quality of construction and materials for the price

Nivek 02-06-2013 11:06 PM

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Ridden em all. Use to make em.

Get a Park Flat. RK's, DS30's, Rome Mob Boss, Raiden Pushers, K2 Formula, Flow Five SE's, or Salomon Districts.

I ride mine (sorta a beefed up Park Flat, the new Freedom Shape) with the 2014 replacement to the Flow M9SE's.

ArmyOfSkittles 02-07-2013 12:47 PM

Re: If you ride Signal, check this thread
 
Are the flow bindings like the m9 and the five, are they soft and good for park riding?

arnyxp 02-07-2013 10:16 PM

2013 signal rocker light
with 2013 union contacts

butters/park/groomers


ps. i love it

socalboarder 02-07-2013 10:42 PM

Rocker Light with Flux RK30's. Really like the way it feels. Soft enough to butter and and ride park, but definitely can handle cruising around the mountain.

Nivek 02-08-2013 12:43 AM

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Are the flow bindings like the m9 and the five, are they soft and good for park riding?

M9's are what I rode for a year, they're a mid flex for a lot and a stiffer park binding for lighter guys. Fives are a bit softer. Both great park bindings.

scotty100 02-08-2013 01:11 AM

I really like the look of the signal omni wavelength. Nivek, what's the flex like on the omni? I'm 200lbs...no park, would the 159 or 162 be better for me? Thanks!

Ps. Love the "mixed signals" program - anyone ever designed their own board using this option?

ArmyOfSkittles 02-11-2013 05:30 AM

Re: If you ride Signal, check this thread
 
I'd also like to know that. I'm thinking of doing that for 2014

Nivek 02-11-2013 11:03 AM

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Originally Posted by scotty100 (Post 696346)
I really like the look of the signal omni wavelength. Nivek, what's the flex like on the omni? I'm 200lbs...no park, would the 159 or 162 be better for me? Thanks!

Ps. Love the "mixed signals" program - anyone ever designed their own board using this option?

62. The rocker makes it ride a little shorter when you're not in fresh snow.


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