I was just wondering if took a directional ski where the midsole point is back a little bit from center and moved it up about 3-inches to center would make a whole lot of differnce with the binding being mounted center. Probably just made that a lot more complicated the i could have buth whatever.
So you want to mount a non twintipped ski center? I wouldn't recommend it, the reason most people mount their skis up from recommended is for better switch performance and a directional ski won't go switch anyway.
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Yeah it will. If its something like one inch or less, than its absolutely not worth it, but three inches can make a difference in switch skiing control and rail balance.
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most twin tips aren't built to be mounted center... unless you have skied invaders or addicts then this is how all skis end up center mounted. almost every twin tip ski is built to be mounted back from center
start out by putting a weight on the ski so it sits flat on a falt table, so there is no camber. then look at the tip and the tail, find the point where the edge rises off the table at first for both. then you take a string, cut it as long as that length. fold it in half, make a mark. hold that string back up to the ski and that mark is where center is. you can measure it out to be precise, because the mark will probably be a multiple of .5 cm from wherever the recomended point is.