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post #11 of 17 (permalink) Old 08-29-2012, 10:46 AM
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Thanks, you guys made up my mind, I'll keep the F1 I went to the board shop last night and the guy pretty much said exactly what wrathfuldeity said... And some of my friends do a lot of tree runs so I opted to keep the F1 and I bought a 2012 Legacy(1/2 price)... Don't know much about that board haven't looking into it yet but he tried to sell me an Evo, I told him I'll never ever go into a park... So since I decided to try something different legacy it was, apparently the F1 and Raptor are very similar... Dummy?? Lol
You better have big feet: The Legacy is a (mid-)wide version of the SL. It is actually quite a bit wider than your F1. Otherwise not a bad choice, but the Evo would not have been bad either - it is far more than just a park board. In fact, Evo is probably best for tree runs.

At least the bit about the F1 and the Raptor being similar is correct.
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I've got 10-1/2 feet, should I get softer bindings or I can stick with stiff ones
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Anybody can point the nose down the hill and get 60mph.

Why do you think 17 people died at keystone last year when there wasnt even enough snow to open terrain that would interest experts?

You can tell who the noobs are by how fucking stupid fast they are going.

...except if i'm passing u ;P
17 people died at Keystone lst year????

So many runs so little time.
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I've got 10-1/2 feet, should I get softer bindings or I can stick with stiff ones
Probably stick with the stiffer bindings - you will need all the help you can get to put pressure on that edge...
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really, back to back they aren't that much bigger...maybe 1cm


the other side is flush, i didnt split the difference

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really, back to back they aren't that much bigger...maybe 1cm
1cm width can make a big difference in edge pressure and edge-to-edge quickness. Honestly, with size 10.5 feet you could (and probably should) have just gone with the regular SL.
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17 people died at Keystone lst year????
yea..

12 had helmets on.

thats why I yell at any posts about speed and tell all the nubtards to slow teh fuck down.

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