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Help Me Get My Starting Settings Dialed in

160 M3 Dischord
Burton Customs with Cap Straps
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I am an all mountain/free ride. I enjoy groomed runs and carving. I enjoy blue and blacks equally. I would prefer to just carve and cruise. If there is a jump on a blue run I will take it. Maybe throw a 360 or just a grab. Help me get dialed in for a starting setup and then I can work from there. These are the settings I can adjust and where I have them now.

Front Foot Angle - 15 degrees
Back Foot Angle - -4 degrees

Front Binding is 1 back(towards rear of board) from the middle(position wise for the 4x4 pattern)

Rear Binding is dead in middle(position wise for the 4x4 pattern)

High Back Angle - 3 degree both boots

"Gas Pedal" is fully extended as I wear a 13

The bindings are dead in the middle and has almost equal toe and heel overhang. Doesn't look like it will be a problem.

I can move the high back forward or back(adjustment on each side)- This is not the angle but the position of the highback.

I moved the ankle strap to the lower position on both sides because it appears to meet the boot more perfectly right where the angle is in the boots.

I have the cap strap on the farthers forward position because it cups the front of the boot best. When I strap in I use the cap strap and tighten it to its fullest and then the other strap correct?

Thanks guys!

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