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 Post subject: Re: Burton Landloard + Spark Magneto + Voile colab pucks
PostPosted: Sun Feb 03, 2013 10:17 pm 
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Spot on Chef!

The Landlord split comes with the colab pucks and the clear thing is a spacer. It pops in/out and is also a little board/edge scraper.

Here's some more info.

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Landloard split
Voile/Burton colab pucks are only available with the Landlord split.
Regular pucks will work as well (same as K2 channel split).
Any voile compatible binding will work with the Landlord channel system but only the Spark Tesla bindings allow the pucks to be adjusted with the bindings on the board.

Tesla System from Spark R&D
Tesla is the name of the new Spark system, (statement from Spark on the Edison concept coming soon).
The hinged toe-ramp design is called Snap Ramp.
Tesla includes two bindings - the Magneto and Afterburner (Magneto features straps and highbacks similar to the Blaze, the Afterburner is like the Burner.
The bindings are compatible with voile pucks (and colab pucks).
Tesla bindings utilize a new side-lock touring bracket where you engage it left to right.
The new brackets also incorporate a new and improved crampon design making on the fly installation easier.
Sabretooth is the name of the new Tesla compatible crampon.
Afterburner = 3.51 lb (1592g)
Magneto 3.26 lb (1480g)

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 Post subject: Re: Burton Landloard + Spark Magneto + Voile colab pucks
PostPosted: Sun Feb 03, 2013 10:42 pm 
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bcrider wrote:
The new brackets also incorporate a new and improved crampon design making on the fly installation easier.
Sabretooth is the name of the new Tesla compatible crampon.

Nice. The status of a crampon was my next question. :thumbsup:

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 Post subject: Re: Burton Landloard + Spark Magneto + Voile colab pucks
PostPosted: Mon Feb 04, 2013 6:02 am 
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I don't get the point to this or why it's a big deal? Do people really change their stance that often


+1

Also - isn't something that is that easy to adjust going to tend to self-adjust in the field....at the wrong time? I know those ridges in the pucks may help but - call me skeptical. I have a hard enough time cranking the forward lean at transition time....way too lazy to mess w/stance much.

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 Post subject: Re: Burton Landloard + Spark Magneto + Voile colab pucks
PostPosted: Mon Feb 04, 2013 8:47 am 
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philip.ak wrote:
*I think* I noticed that the sticker on the Land Lord indicated it was NOT a wide board. So, let's take stock. Spliff = narrow, Freebird = narrow, Land Lord = narrow... am I forgetting any of Jake's splits? While I like Burton stuff, is ALL their gear designed for east coast boilerplate or geishas with bound feet??


Yes so many of their shapes I would love to try, but alas no love for the big footed from Burton :roll:

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 Post subject: Re: Burton Landloard + Spark Magneto + Voile colab pucks
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bcrider wrote:

Tesla bindings utilize a new side-lock touring bracket where you engage it left to right.


Is this a heel lockdown feature or the way you attach the toe of binding to the splitboard in touring mode?


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 Post subject: Re: Burton Landloard + Spark Magneto + Voile colab pucks
PostPosted: Mon Feb 04, 2013 9:28 am 
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kwm13 wrote:
Is this a heel lockdown feature or the way you attach the toe of binding to the splitboard in touring mode?
The latter.
See video in posting #1.


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 Post subject: Re: Burton Landloard + Spark Magneto + Voile colab pucks
PostPosted: Sun Feb 17, 2013 10:53 pm 
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bcrider, can you CONFIRM if the the Landlord split is a production board for 2014?

It's not in the dealer catalog from what I can tell.

It's pretty much the closest thing I have seen to a split fish/malolo/charile slasher, so I am pretty interested in it.

Thanks!

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 Post subject: Re: Burton Landloard + Spark Magneto + Voile colab pucks
PostPosted: Mon Feb 18, 2013 6:59 am 
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I don't know if I missed it in this thread, but has anyone tried pulling that heel lift down with their pole?

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 Post subject: Re: Burton Landloard + Spark Magneto + Voile colab pucks
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I don't get the point to this or why it's a big deal? Do people really change their stance that often


+1

Also - isn't something that is that easy to adjust going to tend to self-adjust in the field....at the wrong time? I know those ridges in the pucks may help but - call me skeptical. I have a hard enough time cranking the forward lean at transition time....way too lazy to mess w/stance much.


+1

I set my stance at the beginning of the season and rarely I change it through the whole season...


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I don't know if I missed it in this thread, but has anyone tried pulling that heel lift down with their pole?


yes, it's very easy to do, way easier than the voile heel risers. Using the basket of your pole works good, even in powder conditions.

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 Post subject: Re: Burton Landloard + Spark Magneto + Voile colab pucks
PostPosted: Mon Feb 18, 2013 10:35 am 
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Great to hear. I couldn't tell- is the riser dual height?

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 Post subject: Re: Burton Landloard + Spark Magneto + Voile colab pucks
PostPosted: Mon Feb 18, 2013 10:41 am 
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yes, double riser.
the outer one, and the easiest to reach, is the tall one, while the inner one is the low one.

Also, the risers are as wide as the whole baseplate, so they give you better transmission when using since it's a wider base than the voile/g3 ones.

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