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Mothership or MSP
which is the better ski the 170 MSP or 172 Mothership flite. is the MSP worth the extra money
the mo ship ti, would be a closer match to the msp.
depends on a couple factors. there's a difference in stiffness, and turning radius, and width even tho there close
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Get the Mothership Titanium. You don't want Flites.
i have the moship ti and they rip everything!
^why not the flights? i love the ti's for big mtn, but I was lookin at a pair of flights the other day and they are soooo light...I think they would be so damn fun in the park!
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out of the motherships id say the flites are sicker...but the msps are way doper overall...
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I guess it depends what you're using it for. If you want a powder ski with better park capability, then yeah the Flites. They are quite a bit softer than the Titanium though.
MSP is a more durable ski, and rocks all-mountain.
the 4's also have better side cut fo mounting center.
ok, if you hold the 2 skis next to each other, heres the big differences:
extruded base- shitty and slow
line sidecut, stable, but not too turnny
wider tail, better switch
a little wider overall.
not as light as 4frnts
still pretty light
way better base
mpre pintailed with alot of sidecut- very, very stable.
stiff as shit
ultra light- about the same as 1260s
way better built than either lines. these things are art
not as park oriented, the sidecut will make you general all mountain riding way more enjoyable, but they wont be as useful switch in powder, or as stable skiing switch.
i would say 4frnts, but if your ridding style fits the mo ships, go with the TIs. the flites are made to be a really really cheap powder ski. the good base and stiffnes is worth the extra cash
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