So I got my first pair of twin tips last year - the 158 Rossignol Scratch Blast. I didn't really know much about park skiing at the time, so I kinda just told the guys at the shop i spent a lot of time at the park although it would be my first season ever using twin tips. In the end, they mounted them "modern".
Now that a year has passed, I've learned a lot more about park skiing,
and I started to wonder - should I center mount my skis, or leave them
where they are? There are three mounting lines on my ski - standard,
modern, and addicted, standard being the farthest back and addicted
being the farthest forward. Now I spend most of my time in the park
although I do ski all-mountain too, so I'm not sure exactly which line
would be best for me. Another thing is, that "Addicted" isn't true
center - it's actually a few inches back from center. If I were to
mount it center, would I want to mount the true center, or on the
addicted line? Also, this is my only pair of skis since i don't think I
can convince my dad to buy me two sets of skis. Which makes me think
that I would want to mount my skis a little back from true center
anyway. So should I get them remounted on the addicted line? Finally,
what's the difference between "regular center" and "true center"? I'm
assuming "true center" is the actual center of the length of my ski,
while "regular center" is what my addicted line means, but I don't know
what "regular center" is referring to.
Thanks, and sorry for the long winded post!