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11 hours ago, BLOODTYPEZX10R said:

FastStik discount code is: Thirst

FastStik is quick to ship product to all who order.  Give it a try, its good stuff, quick and easy to apply and you can spend more time actually tuning your boards (like those hideous edges, lol).  Two products cover all temps.  Oh, and I don't get any money for selling FastStik.

Shopping cart says discount code is not valid - FYI

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I apologize for that, seems that FastStik is offering a discount for the "bundle".  I will ask them if they can offer the discount for just one product.

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spelling, just one little "e" changes everything..
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  • barryj changed the title to Thirst SF162- Day 5+

Probably Day 7 or 8 focusing on the SF

So from discussion with Kneel and his SF setup I decreased rear foot forward lean about 33% and changed TD3 rear cant disks from 6' to 3', so running 3/3 and changed BTS long Red springs to Long Blues so running all Blue springs and  my turns have tightened  up considerably!   :biggthump

I was even surprised at how tight the turn shapes were looking at my tracks from the lift!  🤩

But from being more centered my heel turns have lost that famous Thirst heelside railing feeling...they look tighter than I feel I'm making but not fluid as I'm scrubbing/feathering? speed (even on green runs ), going from toeside to heelside.  :confused:

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Try it for another couple of days- that's a fairly big change all at once. If you don't seem to get used to it, back off to what you felt more comfortable with, maybe one variable at a time.

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5 hours ago, Mr.E said:

that's a fairly big change all at once

Na.........I only made one change (and then test rode that change a couple of days) at a time.

I've played all  around with the stance and where my stance  is seems to be the most responsive.......so to get  More weight centered and/or back on the tail (without moving bindings) maybe I'll add some front ft. toe lift next ??

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