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post #11 of 14 (permalink) Old 11-13-2013, 05:41 PM
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Great review! @cyfer. I picked up the TRS c2btx at the end of last season. Working on the tuning aspect. Do you recommend going with a 1 base bevel and 2 side bevel (88). You stated you just used the gummy stone to take away some of the bite, for a much better ride. Did you use that at a 45 angle like you would with a standard file to de-tune? Trying to get a solid feel the first time out. Coming from a straight edge to the mange traction. Any feedback/recommendations would be great!
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Cool Vs. Rossignol Templar Magtek

Has anyone ridden the Rossi Templar Magtek ?

Rode it recently and carved the ice like a dream. Does this board perform better ?

Any one know?
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Concerning TRS,

I am also considering to buy this board, and I am not 100% sure. So I have experience of riding for 5 years now and I'd like to make an upgrade to continue developing skills. I am starting to learn some freestyling tricks and jumping. I would say that 70% is jumping/freestyle and 30% freeride. So I decided to make an upgrade and already bought bindings burton malavita and boots burton ion.
My question is:
1) would this board perfectly satisfy my needs or should I consider something else?
2) what size do I need? my sizes are boots 9(42 euro), weight 165 lbs(75kg), height 5'10(175cm).
Thank you in advance
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post #14 of 14 (permalink) Old 02-24-2014, 03:12 PM
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I've ridden TRS boards in the past, and tried this years.

Like it a lot... wish it came in a better waist width for "bigger" foot sizes (I'm a 10.5 and it's too small when I really get into it) and it came with a non extruded base. It just doesn't hold wax like a sintered base, nor does it take hits as well. For the price, I'm perplexed that they get away with such a low quality base.
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