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2012 LibTech Dark Series set back?

I bought a 2012 lib tech dark series board last year with out really knowing much about boards. Advice of the sales man probably wasn't the best.

Ok my issue is, riding switch is pretty awkward as the bindings are set back about 2inches.

Do you think you can set the bindings centrally and it not effect the C2 camber and magne-traction? I love how the boat rides and has a lot of give and a loose feel to it, but I don't want to stuff that up by removing the set back.

Thanks for any advice in advance!!
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