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  • #653118
    cometogether
    385 Posts

    HAHAHAHAHA split the mini!!! i actually thought the same thing, LESS weight, kinda like snowshoes and SO MUCH FUN IN THE SLUSHIES!!! its about mini time here in colorado with all this spring weather.. no joke, it would be usefull to split a mini.. my goal for this year is to do a fairly large chute on the mini.. and boy will I cut me some turns, like a 1000 of them.. :disco:

    #653119
    Huck Pitueee
    145 Posts

    Post some pics of your mini split when it’s done. I’m mostly riding a 156 cm in soft stuff and wish it turned like a mini.

    #653120
    christoph benells
    717 Posts

    @Huck Pitueee wrote:

    Post some pics of your mini split when it’s done. I’m mostly riding a 156 cm in soft stuff and wish it turned like a mini.

    you gotta split a atomic sir floats alot

    length is 163 but effective edge is 130cm. see rossignol super s7 or armada jj skis for inspiration.

    #653121
    Huck Pitueee
    145 Posts

    That Atomic is very inspiring. I’ll look at that more before the summer board building spree. I just measured the effective edge on my 156 cm and it’s 110 cm. The board is rockered tip to tail and just can’t do what the 133 cm can. https://vimeo.com/39108231 That’s how it rides in firm corn with an inch of pow on top. Extreme music warning. :rock: :rock: Ps That board has no p-tex or edges.

    #653122
    aksltxlt
    621 Posts

    This years Voile kits are pretty slick! new p-tex disks, All Black metal and plastics :thatrocks: Looks Hesh ha ha….
    Splittin a 155 Lib tech (not sure of the model) gettin her ready for an X-mass present for the lady
    coming along nicely! 😀

    #653123
    aksltxlt
    621 Posts

    Playin with epoxy is fun!

    Tip…. Get the g-flex epoxy and work with it warm, its easier to apply…. pop the bigger bubbles with a toothpick

    #653124
    iriecoyote
    291 Posts

    The dragon looks good. The base graphic is great but I don’t understand why the artist didn’t put a noose hanging from the tree. 156 is a great length AFAIK. I was charging my 157 cambered TRS through chop week or so ago and had plenty o’ fun. I think so much has to do w/ stance and how much the back leg can take.

    Cross country skeezing is a good thing too not only for (splitboard) conditioning but traveling over snow on lightweight equipment is funny fun. I was out bombing hills last night on the nordic gear w/o a lamp and I wasn’t sure if I would live or die.

    #653125
    iriecoyote
    291 Posts

    Oh, I forgot to ask what blade you’re using?

    #653126
    aksltxlt
    621 Posts

    Im using a band saw that can cut through metal as well

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