i got this translated from skipass
Presentation of the manufacturer: Armada Pipe Cleaner the last come in the range Armada, the Cleaner Pipe was developed in great secrecy during these last years. Used of exclusiveness by the TEAM in the major competitions, the ski is available today for all. The Cleaner Pipe has an air of family with the AR6. However, this model brings the speed and the performances of the AR6 to another level, in slightly reduced dimension. By reducing the thickness of the cross-sections and by applying a sole of race, we made PC the fastest ski of the Armada fleet, ideal for those which seek to send in the pipe. Not to limit itself to this only use, we used best materials to make of it a general-purpose ski with a standard width under the foot. Long-lived, nimble and light, the Cleaner Pipe is a fusion between the AR6 for its dimensions, the ARV in terms of versatility, and ski of giant as regards speed. This formula already paid not badly of podiums in superpipes of international fames these two last years. Only 500 pairs available in the world.
I used to think the TMs were so good in the pipe until I got on something stiffer (chronics) You maintain your composure on a stiff ski way better then on a softer one, in return you should be able to hold speed in the trannies. Definitely if you want to go big in the pipe a stiff ski is important, I think. If you want to just play around and not really boost a soft ski can be a lot more fun.
thats why critchon had his ski made stiffer in the tails and such, make it more stable, but ive never tried any other ski in the pipe than my mike nicks which are real soft on the nose and stiff on the tail, they arent that great for pipe
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