Then they would feel exactly the same because they are the same ski, assuming you were standing in the same position on the ski.
If they felt different, maybe they were mounted differently. The fs only has two lines marked on the ski as mount indicators ("modern", and "standard"). The ghetto has those two, as well as another mount indicator line (marked "addicted"), which is even more further forward.
A small difference in mount positioning can have a drastic effect in how the ski will feel.
i think the bling is the new name for the sprayer BC, judging by the dimentions, but i could be wrong.
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NSIA 08 ski review
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Matthew Tirrell’s Comprehensive Twin Tip Testing Results
I decided to make this test somewhat legit I had to try and control some variables. The lap consisted of a ride up the gondola, followed by a run through the park, which may have been followed by another lap if I was really feeling the skis. After I was satisfied with that I would hop on the ol’ Lowell Thomas and boogie back to the top of the mountain. I then proceeded down the mountain switch for roughly 80 percent of the run.
Each ski was evaluated on four main areas, the look and vibe of the ski(LV), all mountain ski-ability(AS), park performance(PP) and switch skiing performance(SSP).
LV- This ski would be one of my top picks for graphic design. The colour scheme and layout worked extremely well. Using a combination of almost pastel blue , a candy red and sand beige to make up a 3D cubed pattern with other characters incorporated into the skis graphic.
AS- In the all-around ski category this ski seemed to fall a little bit short. The tails were extremely soft and would easily be pushed out and let the ski feel like it was washing out in the tail.. Also in edge to edge transition the ski just didn‘t seem to have a lot of life. I’m pretty sure that this ski was actually designed to be a pipe ski and that might explain the poor all mountain skiing.
PP- In the park I could defiantly notice the lack of pop un the ski. It just felt like I wasn’t getting any help and the super soft tails made them feel kind of awkward on takeoffs and back seat landings usually resulted in washing out. Although the tails were pretty fun just for messing around on and trying some butters.
SSP- This is pretty much the only area I found the ski truly excelled. Riding switch this ski was super stable and it was really easy to manoeuvre.