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01-17-2015 02:43 PM
danm
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Originally Posted by bobowickt View Post
New Raptor owner here. Where do you all set your bindings on this 2x4. I have only had 4x4 previously. I want to make sure I set up to utilize the camber correctly. My Stance is 22.5 usually. Where are you guys mounting mostly?

Thanks!
Can't believe this thread is still around! I have my bindings centered on the inserts since the inserts are centered around the directional rocker, if I happen to get a DEEP pow day and I don't actually have my Lib Mullet with me I'd probably set the bindings all the way back on the Raptor.
12-10-2014 11:38 AM
deagol interesting thread. I ride a 164 cm 2011 Raptor. I am about 156-162 depending on the day. Love the board and this length (seems to be longer for my weight than most people ride). my first CRC board and it is more surfy than my old cambered board for sure.
my stance is set all the way back on both feet, or close to it, I think.... I would have to check it to be sure...

as for bindings: Burton C60s
12-10-2014 10:42 AM
bobowickt New Raptor owner here. Where do you all set your bindings on this 2x4. I have only had 4x4 previously. I want to make sure I set up to utilize the camber correctly. My Stance is 22.5 usually. Where are you guys mounting mostly?

Thanks!
02-26-2014 11:29 PM
rskkeeper just picked a 2013 up in Blacksburg, Va for 299 plus tax...guess some people out in the boonies don't know anything about Never summer....It was a 156 so I was a little worried cause I'm about 6' and 180 with a 10.5 boot.....But after reading the forum I think I'm fine....Also paring it with my Proto is going to be nasty
10-09-2013 08:55 AM
Art_mtl Nitro Machines should be pretty good on Raptor to but they are a bit expensive just like Diodes.
10-09-2013 08:43 AM
Bigf1sh
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Originally Posted by wernersl View Post
How are those on the flex scale? Never ridden unions. Would like to try the metafuse though.
I would rate them as pretty stiff. I have never fellt like they give after when i really push them hard. But it's gonna be intressting to see how they work on the Raptor. I have only riden them on my T.Rice Pro
10-09-2013 07:44 AM
wernersl I hear a lot of people seem to like the burton diodes on the raptor. Another on my list to try.

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10-09-2013 07:08 AM
Art_mtl Me I was thinking about picking up some Flux DM or SF or maybe Rossi XV they seem ok and not expensive
10-09-2013 06:58 AM
wernersl
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Originally Posted by Bigf1sh View Post
I think im gonna use my Union Atlas bindings
How are those on the flex scale? Never ridden unions. Would like to try the metafuse though.
10-09-2013 03:25 AM
Bigf1sh I think im gonna use my Union Atlas bindings
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