i looked at some 05/06 fujatives, adn am planning on buying them. On the sidewall, i saw numbers, like0, 1,2,3,4,5...are those the cm from the reccomended line...also, i read core centre..is that like the "true centre" of tyhe ski, like the dead middle.....so like exactly 84.5 cm of nose infront of "core centre", and 84.5 cm of tail behind the "core centre"
ive never understood the difference between core centre, true centre, dead centre, ect
I'd bet about half the NS community gets fat in the summer because there is no skiing
I would mount at +7.5-10, if you go to far forward then the side cut will be to far off from where you want it, the ski skis best if the naroist part is right under the balls of your feet for going switch you can move it back from there. try and use the side cut more then the size of the ski for mounting, Obviously your swing wieght and balance will be better the closer you are to centered on your ski, but as for the actual skiing on the snow part the more centered you are on the side cut the better it will be.
And that is all that I think I know.
-a smart man should be able to spell a word at least two ways -Thomas Jefferson
I have a dream that one day all skis will have at least a 90mm wast.
i had my Pes a probably around 10 and they were clost enough to center to be sick for park but still skied good out of the park, i actually had them farther back the season before and liked the +10 better than farther back for out of the park. but if you're really just interested in all park then true center should work fine i haven't heard of many people having problems with that on fujis.
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i like mounting it at core centre. I find i get more speed, and more control of the ski. Depends what you like, i don't find true centre helps my skiing too much, but i have heard that it had helped out tons of people.
Jer: I would slam my cock in a car door to ride right now......fucking summer.