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Lib tech trs 154 can't ride flat easy....

Took out the new lib tech trs out today.

On slow flat parts the board would start rotating..... It was super annoying and made traversing a challenge.....

Is this normal?
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If it's the first time you've been on a rockered board I can understand. They do feel pivoty when flat basing, Ride on a slight edge or better yet, just get accustomed to that feeling.
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Today was needed to ride on a slight edge. I was just a bit annoying having to focus on keeping the board straight.

I felt like it was pivoting and that I would catch my front edge and eat it.....
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Just get comfortable with it. You'll learn to trust it. It takes a few days on it.

I demo'd the TRS and wasn't a big fan of it, but I'm just talking about RC profiles in general.
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