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Head Mojo 90 vs. Dynastar TM
Just wondering what the difference between the two is, if much. I have loved the Trouble Maker for the past two years, but I was told by a rep out in PC that they changed the shapes of this years TM, wondering if thats true?
Also I have heard sick things about the Mojo 90, but that it is more geared toward powder then park.
The mojos are definitely more for the mountain than the TM's are. They're wider and stiffer, but I'm not sure what the turning radius is for the Dynastars so I can't compare those. If you plan on doing more skiing than thuggin' look into the Mojo 90's, if you spend most of your time in the park they'd probably be overkill unless you're a big guy.
nah bout 6ft 150 def not a big guy haha. And the TM's have never led me astray
the 90s will rip anywhere, powder for sure plus head mojos are absloutly indestructable
well the mojos will be stiffer and id say the fatter the ski the funner and easier to land in the park anyway...id consider mojo 90 over the TM fo sure
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this should rather be Mojo 80 vs. trouble maker or Mojo 90 vs. big trouble.... this comparision is just awkward
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I bought Mojo 90s halfway through last season and mounted Tyrolia Railflex bindings so that I can move them up and back for park/powder. These are the best skis I've ever ridden by far. I'd liken them to Pocket Rockets, just stiffer and completely indestructible. The bases just do not seem to get touched. If I move the bindings up they rip in the park, I used them on the blackcomb glacier and they were a ton of fun on rails and kickers and hold an edge on glacier ice. Last winter I skied every day on the mtn with the largest amount of snow in Canada and they shredded the powder when you move the binding back. Best all-round ski you can possibly buy. The only gripe I have with them is they are a bit heavy, but that's the price you pay for a bombproof, stiff ski. I've actually put in a couple days on the TMs and the Big Trouble as well, but when I took the Mojos out for a spin I found them amazing and bought them like 2 days later.
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whoever told you they changed the shape must be on crack (no disrespect), but the shape is the same (its a good shape for park). the reinforced edges are the significant change. but the difference between the two pairs of skis is pretty substantial. completely depends on what you really plan to use them for.
exactly what i was thinking. the mojo 90 is much closer in size to the big troubs, but i imagine the big troubs are slightly softer. so consider that one instead.
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Well I actually get the tm's for free, and now that I have confirmed that nothing (shape wise) has changed I have requested a pair, and they are on their way.
I love tm's just planning on doing more pow skiing this winter, but w/e they worked fine for that last year as well so its all good.
Thanks for all the advice guys really appreciate it.
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