biggest thing is to keep looking forward until the end of the rail and then throw your head and body at the same time. then just remember to keep your shoulders committed and turning until you get all the way around. Your feet will follow
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Basically you are continuing the rotation that you 90'd onto the rail with. When you land on the rail, look back uphill at the jump and then pop. It should happen automatically.
The key is to let your shoulders follow your eyes when you look uphill. When you pop, your shoulders will be at 180 or facing straight up the hill and your skis will still be somewhere between 180 and 90. As soon as your feet leave the rail, the torque created by your shoulders will whip your feet around.
I know this is probably overly technical, but it's how I figured it out. I kept trying to 270 off without leading with my shoulders and it never worked. When you throw a 3, your shoulders lead and your feet follow; it's the same with rails.
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Keep your shoulders locked parallel to the rail and your eyes on the end of it until you're a foot or two from the end. Being patient is important when you're spinning off rails/boxes.
When you are a foot or two from the end of the rail, try and bend your front foot's knee. You want to lift your heel up and push off the rail with your toe, then quickly spin your head around in the backside direction. LOOK to your landing and your body will follow around, and hopefully you will complete the full 270 rotation.
Personally I found spinning off rails to be much harder to learn than spinning onto rails, or even spinning off big jumps. Don't be surprised if it takes you many attempts to get this trick down with any sort of consistency. Good luck!
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watch the end of the rail with the corner of your eye (looking as far back up hill as possible) this puts your head and shoulders in a good position and you have to rotate less. then use your front ski edge to set your spin