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Nead help with my new K2 Revivals!
I have just picked up my new Revival from shop and wanted to see how does flat underfoot looks in real (There was no possibilty to try them). And what ? My Revivals which should have JibRocker (tip&tail rocker,flat underfoot) have little camber -2mm of lift per ski; and the rocker in tip is 16cm long, whilst in the tail it is 14cm long (it should be 15cm tip&tail). Is it only my pair or all Revivals are like that ? SHould I give it back or don't mind it and put some bindings on ? I really like the idea of flat underfoot :/
A pic of camber(skis are put togather)
hey I have the k2 revivals too (not skied yet so not trashed or anything) and I just put them back to back and it does seem that there is a little space in between like 1mm even though they are flat underfoot skis, also for the rocker I cannot help because I dont know from where to start measuring it...
1mm would be nothing but these are damned 4mm between my skis. for me it isreally makes diffrence cause I wanted flat ski :/ Leave it as it is or try to replace them?
there was a thread on domains about this, they said from the way you put the skis together it looks really off but place them on a flat surface, and they could have a little camber but its nothing major
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lots of people said their domains were like that to, I think it's normal.
why dont you just take it to the shop you got it from to get it checked... or if you got it from the internet go to a random shot so that they can enlighten you
Damn it. How the hell old Hellbents could be completly flat and Revialas cannot be:/ ? I'd wrtie to dealer and we will see. Sorry for the mistake in the topic - my keyborad sometimes wrties diffrent signs than are on the button.
I believe it's within the tolerance range. For sure you won't notice it when skiing.
The "zero camber" is more of a marketing thing...there is some camber underfoot, but it's still much less than a normal cambered ski. As far as the rocker, it's pretty well know that K2 measures a bit long, and that's most likely why it's a bit off.
I'm waiting just for what K2 will say. It is little strange for me that last years Hells had zero camber - completly flat, whilst this season skis designed to have zero camber have a little of normal camber. BTW Revival is a sick ski still :)
This guy knows what he's talking about.
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