|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|05-07-2008 03:38 PM|
|BadMojo||I havn't bought either yet. If I went for the Targas I'd have them by now, but I think 390s are in my best interests. But its no biggie to just wait until next season for em.|
|05-07-2008 02:28 PM|
|indoblazin||did you end up getting the 390s or the Targas?|
|05-07-2008 01:24 PM|
|BadMojo||yeah thats bout what I figured thnx|
|05-07-2008 05:15 AM|
Originally Posted by BadMojo View Post
|05-01-2008 08:14 PM|
|BadMojo||I did... screw this I'm just going with 390s, I can wait till next season and pay a bit more.|
|05-01-2008 05:12 AM|
|PaoloSmythe||^^nope. not at all. google it lazy boy!|
|04-30-2008 03:25 PM|
Originally Posted by indoblazin View Post
|04-30-2008 07:28 AM|
|PaoloSmythe||i fink is is coz they be stiff as fark!|
|04-30-2008 02:00 AM|
|indoblazin||They are crazy adjustable, but more in terms of fit and forward flex. You can adjust the highback angle up to like, 22 degrees or something, you can move the heelcup back/forth and there's like 9 positions and three stiffness options for the anklestrap. For park riding I like to have a soft lateral flex which is where the Targas are quite stiff (hence the great power and responsiveness for pow and freeriding). I like my soft, flexy and admittedly cheapish-feeling Customs for messing around in the park. My two cents.|
|04-29-2008 02:50 PM|
Why is everyone saying that Targas are bad for park?
I don't own Targas, but I may soon. They are supposed to be crazy adjustable, and at their softest are softer than 390s, according to the Rome website. Also, I've had 3 different boardshop guys tell me that they'll work. Course that could just be sales pitch, so.. Why is everyone saying these won't work?
BTW I would get them to go on a Rome Machine.