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|04-16-2009 09:09 AM|
|04-16-2009 01:11 AM|
Thanks to everyone for sharing their opinion. I feel mostly reassured that I didn't waste my money; especially since the
board was on sale and is not returnable. I would just go out and ride the thing but if I didn't like it obviously I would lose money
trying to re-sell it since it would be used.
There's only one or two more times that I can go this season and I didn't want to ride the board if it wasn't close to what
I feel I needed. Case closed; now time to watch That's it, That's all and get inspired.
|04-16-2009 12:28 AM|
|return2heaven||i bet you'll love the ride|
|04-15-2009 11:47 PM|
Originally Posted by DC5R View Post
|04-15-2009 11:33 PM|
|Enigmatic||you'll be fine bro, that sounds like precisely the board you want|
|04-15-2009 05:47 PM|
|DC5R||The board will stiffen up in the cold. However, the flex difference between your custom and TRS when inside will be the same when you get outside.|
|04-15-2009 04:27 PM|
I spoke with Lib Tech and they claim this is an all mountain/freestyle board, not a park specific board.
Also, I spoke with the shop I bought the board from and they say that even though the board is soft
when your carpet riding it will be stiffer when actually on the mountain. Is this true?
My concern is chatter and washing out at speed or inclines. I appreciate the feedback.
|04-15-2009 02:25 PM|
|04-15-2009 02:21 PM|
|laz167||you'll be fine..seems softer and might be softer cause you went from a 158 to a 154. I myself ride a 155 GNU vertighoul with mtx for groomers and freeriding and im 5'8 195. I also ride a 155 Kink which is a noddle, no worries.|
|04-15-2009 01:13 PM|
|DC5R||Maybe. You can freeride the TRS, but the TRS is more of a park board whereas the X is a freeride board.|
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