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post #21 of 25 (permalink) Old 12-30-2012, 04:09 AM Thread Starter
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If you can bomb on your evo I'm sure you'll feel fine on the proto, wasn't that bad at all, just a little more flapping in the tip and tail than say my old highlife (stiff as hell).

Didn't have any "OH shit" moments but you definitely need to keep it up on edge and stay in a good posture.
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日本人ですか?

おたく?
Japanese: No

Asian enough to read what you wrote: Yes

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Bumping this to add that neversummer have a demo week on nozawa. Had a play on the premier down a couple of runs on skyline and was suitably impressed. From what i saw they have:

A few evos.
A few SLs
2 heritage 158s (only one i asked about size)
a revolver
the premier (forgot to ask size but think 159)
a few cobras
some protos
a lotus
an infinity.

I think thats it. If you want to check out some neversummer gears and are in the area i think the dude said he was there until the 20th but theyre definitely in nozawa for all three days of the long weekend.
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