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02-11-2010 09:09 PM
PaoloSmythe is this a thread aboot cars by mitsubishi or conventional fotography?

jeez.... my summer has been waaaaay too long!
02-11-2010 09:03 PM
Altephor So, basically, I can have the same twin style stance on both the evo or the SL-R?
02-11-2010 04:24 PM
Cool_As_Cakes yes you can center the stance. I'm centered on the one I'm riding. it does just refer to the location of the inserts
02-11-2010 03:52 PM
phidalgo
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Originally Posted by Altephor View Post
So maybe I'm just retarded and am not getting this. Basically what I don't get is whether or not the SL-R is a twin or not. SO basically, the Evo is the same tail and nose length, so you have a centered stance. But then the pop is also twin on the Evo? But not on the SL-R. I guess I don't get the difference between twin and directional, and how it applies to these two boards.
In regards to the the sl-r, it deals with the location of the insert packs in relation to the nose and tail. That's what makes it a directional-twin.
02-11-2010 03:37 PM
Altephor So maybe I'm just retarded and am not getting this. Basically what I don't get is whether or not the SL-R is a twin or not. SO basically, the Evo is the same tail and nose length, so you have a centered stance. But then the pop is also twin on the Evo? But not on the SL-R. I guess I don't get the difference between twin and directional, and how it applies to these two boards.
02-08-2010 05:15 PM
Altephor
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That's the wrong reason to center a stance. Fix yourself, not your board. Don't get into bad habits early and you won't have to break them later.
I agree, but I still do like the centered stance better, especially because I would like to start getting into the park and riding switch and whatnot.
02-08-2010 05:12 PM
MunkySpunk That's the wrong reason to center a stance. Fix yourself, not your board. Don't get into bad habits early and you won't have to break them later.
02-08-2010 04:54 PM
Altephor
The SL-R can have a centered stance?

I'm debating between the Evo-R 153 or the SL-R 155, and right now I'm leaning towards the Evo because I like a centered stance over directional. But I'm not sure if you can center the stance on the SL-R. I'm 5'7" 170 lbs, pretty novice rider, which is one reason I like the centered, because it puts me less in the backseat because I tend to lean back as a newbie anyways.

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