nothing like 4 totally different answers to clarify things
i just fucked up and had some new park/fuckaround skis mounted and forgot to specify "true" center over core...it's about an inch off true center, im debating whether to even bother getting them re-worked, probably just gonna ski them for a few days and see if i even notice the difference.
"Just ahead, over the rolling wheatfields all golden beneath the distant snows of Estes, I'd be seeing old Denver at last. I pictured myself in a Denver bar that night, with all the gang, and in their eyes I would be strange and ragged like the Prophet who has walked across the land to bring the dark Word, and the only Word I had was 'Wow!'"
usually for an asymmetrical ski that people use in the park, they mount it about -1.5 to -2.5 from true center, retaining the ability to carve both directions (forward,switch) but still being close to the middle of the ski allowing for a centered stance over rails and in spinning... etc