Depending on the ski and how much camber the ski has, yes it can add some to your pop (but not really all that much). Think of it like the reverse of a bow and arrow, when your weight is on the ski it flexes the ski flat so when you pop off the lip it springs back into place which will add slightly to your pop.
yeah camber helps a little bit. a cambered park ski's pop and a non cambered park ski's pop is like jumping with brand new basketball shoes or jumping with flat based skate shoes. not a huge difference but still a difference.
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if you have ever stepped on a piece of wood that was concave down (like the middle not touching the ground while the edges are) and jump, the wood will spring you back up. its the same idea on skis, although its not powerful enough to actually send you flying, but you can use it to help
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