Forums DIY and Mods The new gun for the season
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  • #811158
    vapor
    346 Posts

    These things can get addictive to make. looking forward to trying this one out.

    #811171
    permnation
    252 Posts

    @vapor Nice work! Can you explain what is going on at the nose of your board? I have not seen anything like that before. Thanks.

    #811181
    vapor
    346 Posts

    Something i came up with for last years board which was profiled more for steep chutes than low angle powder.Think of it as a nose extender, as well as a shock absorber for the occasional tree hit to save the nose and infinitely more torsion than the standard nose clip. Saves weight on the up too as you throw the nose in the pack on the up and can run a shorter board.

    #811182
    permnation
    252 Posts

    ^^^^Really, really cool! It looks like the removable nose piece is cut out pre-splitting. Is that correct? Could you provide some pics of the board in it’s parts? Thanks for sharing.

    #811183
    Scooby2
    537 Posts

    Sweet Vapor, are those veneer patches you added to increase compressive strength in those specific areas outside the bindings?

    #811212
    vapor
    346 Posts

    I did add extra carbon to areas for compressive strength. the verneer was for looks…… was going for something different but it turned out interesting.The nose piece was cut from an old board for the previous board but pressed the nose separate for this one. ill take more pics later.

    #811357
    vapor
    346 Posts

    here is a few more pics. The top screws are tnuted through the board, bottom is an insert used for locating held by a 10 32 screw through the board.

    #811378
    Taylor
    755 Posts

    Nose extender… Rad, Vapor.

    @sun_rocket

    #811515
    whistlermaverick
    310 Posts

    Nose extender!,thought about this for years, good to see someone trying it

    @j.memay

    #811572
    downthemtn
    15 Posts

    Very impressive and excellent craftsmanship!

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