ICS has it's problems unfortunately. I would guess that by the nature of how the design would have to be done, it might actually work better for a snowboard. Of course Burton ain't going to let that tech go to other guys for cheap...
Post subject: Re: Question regarding pucks nonevolution
Posted: Sun Feb 05, 2012 3:07 pm
Joined: Fri Feb 22, 2008 6:51 am Posts: 569 Location: Surfing or Splitboarding Downunder
Guys Just wait something is in the pipeline, for DIY only at this stage. The ICS will be call the FLST (FirstLight Slider Track) When FirstLight starts production Splits this year, there will be both insert and FLST available. I am doing Summer testing and all looks good. The only thing is that there will be no weight saving only the advantage of infinite puck adjustability. Should please some! Although it is not my concept, not sure why it hasn’t been done yet. Photos will be leaked soon. All I can say is that the Production boards will have the FLST made out of different material that that used on the DIY boards.
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