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Elektropow
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10/02/2019 10:22 pm  

Custom is pretty burly for park unless doing big stuff full speed all the time. Nitro's team is lighter and more fun and a bit more versatile. The T1 is the twin with early rise with solid pop. Lots of users here and more normal with ww's etc.

Yes jackpot too soft? The box knife might work but I'm not a huge fan of the steep rocker zones.


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11/02/2019 1:14 am  
Posted by: Tekniq33

Greats is such a solid board. Recently been thinking about getting another one. Would pull the trigger but can’t find the 159 in stock anywhere!

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What year are those?


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Tekniq33
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11/02/2019 7:25 am  

2012/13

still looking for the Jamie Lynn and Peter Line versions to complete the set


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11/02/2019 8:57 am  

I had several of the first version of the greats. Was such an excellent 'good for most everything' board. I still have a couple but they're fairly well busted up. I was always surprised at how lively it felt. good stuff.

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notsak
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14/02/2019 12:13 am  

thx for the suggestions. i hit the occasional M park jump but am mainly doing sidehits so don't need anything too stiff. interesting to hear that the custom is burly now. my one complaint with my great dudes is the smaller radius sidecut on the heel edge - sometimes pulls me into a tighter turn than i want, so might try something else. tekniq, that is a rad collection


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Elektropow
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14/02/2019 1:34 am  
Posted by: notsak

thx for the suggestions. i hit the occasional M park jump but am mainly doing sidehits so don't need anything too stiff. interesting to hear that the custom is burly now. my one complaint with my great dudes is the smaller radius sidecut on the heel edge - sometimes pulls me into a tighter turn than i want, so might try something else. tekniq, that is a rad collection

Highly suggest checking out the T1. Good value, can hang outside of park, comfortable on bigger jumps as well so not a noodle. Tip/tail contours are great (not too steep) for pressing and don't fold. Comfortable specs, nothing too extreme in terms of volume shifting, sidecut tech and radius and other trendy wanna be different stuff.


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14/02/2019 5:04 pm  

Did you already consider the Spring Break 152, Smokin Awesymmetrical 152, and Ride Helix 151? All 3 are asym twins with camber and 25.0 ww.


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