Forums Splitboard Swap WTB: 160 – 166 Splitboard
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  • #572619
    MxBx88
    11 Posts

    Looking to buy a used 160 – 166 splitboard that comes with all hardware and skins. I live in the Salt Lake Area, so local pick-up would be great, but I would also be willing to pay for shipping.

    #623777
    powderjunkie
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    #623778
    lisengreen
    1 Posts

    I have a 2008 Mojo 166 for sale with all hardwear and skins. Like new-some top sheet scuffs-base in excellent condition. Selling for $600. I live in SLC and work at Wasatch Touring if you’d like to come by, I have decided it’s too long for me and now am looking for a shorter board. Let me know if you’re still interested.
    lisengreen@hotmail.com

    #623779
    Plinko
    33 Posts

    Still looking? Better than Voile Mojo – 164cm Atomic Poacher Splitboard here:

    viewtopic.php?f=4&t=8695

    #623780
    skiutah
    6 Posts

    I have a really good board for sale. Its a 08 Prior Khyber 163cm. It has the green topo graphics. I’ll sell it for $575 with skins and all hardware. I could even throw in some bindings if needed. The board is sick and is still in really good shape.

    #623781
    wasatch surf
    979 Posts

    @plinko wrote:

    Still looking? Better than Voile Mojo – 164cm Atomic Poacher Splitboard here:

    http://www.splitboard.com/talk/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=8695

    just a word of advice. i wouldn’t trust anything but the voile system, especially buying used.

    #623782
    Plinko
    33 Posts

    @wasatch surf wrote:

    @plinko wrote:

    Still looking? Better than Voile Mojo – 164cm Atomic Poacher Splitboard here:

    http://www.splitboard.com/talk/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=8695

    just a word of advice. i wouldn’t trust anything but the voile system, especially buying used.

    That’s because you’ve never been on the Atomic Poacher, right?

    Funny you say that because after using the Atomic, I wouldn’t go back again to the Voile junk show. Sure the Voile system works and it has more popularity (due mostly to the fact that Voile is domestic and has been on the market longer), but the design comes up short. That’s why Sparks bindings are so hugely popular around here.

    When traversing in climbing mode, the Voile erector set is so sloppy and vague and sketchy and looses traction if you so much as breathe too hard. :banghead:

    Atomic didn’t stop short where Voile did, and their design accomplishes everything the Voile+Sparks combination does, but right out of the gate, and without having to buy aftermarket add-ons (aka Sparks binders).

    In ride mode, Atomic’s binding interface puts you right down on the deck, not up on pucky stilts which is pretty obvious to feel when you ride one then the other.

    Atomic’s skins have tip AND tail connectors as well. :headbang:

    You can fear change, or embrace it. Significant improvements make the Atomic better in these specific ways. In the grander scheme, it pushes the design envelope and leads to more and better ideas and products, a win win for everyone.

    #623783
    jlag
    118 Posts

    I disagree

    ride mode= both systems ride good. Of course when using Sparks. I’d say Mojo is a stiffer board though.

    transition= Atomic is not as fast/easy as Voile. With practice it’s all the same. But Atomic system is not better, different but not better. In wet/freeze conditions Atomic parts are more difficult to deal with.

    just my 2 cents.

    JL

    #623784
    Plinko
    33 Posts

    @jlag wrote:

    I disagree

    ride mode= both systems ride good. Of course when using Sparks.

    transition= Atomic is not as fast/easy as Voile. With practice it’s all the same. But Atomic system is not better, different but not better. In wet/freeze conditions Atomic parts are more difficult to deal with.

    JL, I agree about the transitions, when using the provided crampons. If you look at the photos, there’s a tool that I had made that makes transitions WAY easier than using the crampon tool! I’ve dealt with the Volie system in our much more challenging coastal snow conditions and know how it can freeze solid, making the binding plate nearly impossible to slide onto the pucks. To speed things up, I always carry a small knuckle brush (from a dollar store) to make sure there’s no issues

    #623785
    Nikon
    218 Posts
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