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patt.What skis? What percent of the time are you skiing park? If your using them for park almost all the time mount them true center.
a_pla5tic_bagmight as well do recommended. He designed the skis to be mounted there for a reason.
a_pla5tic_bagIt's probably not going to make or break your skiing. If you mount at recommended then you'll be in the correct spot to control the ski from. Unless you're backwards a lot of the time or your ski is symmetrical then you're probably fine on the factory mount point. even a -2cm mounting point on a park ski still leaves plenty of ski behind you.
regardless of where you mount, make a mark on the ski or something where you want it mounted. be very specific, and make the mark obvious and make sure the tech understands what it is that you want.
a_pla5tic_bagit makes the swing weight more even but only by a very tiny bit. It's not like you're going to be able to suddenly add rotations to your spins cause you changed your mount.
Jhon7489So then should I do the 2cm back mount? Do you ski? If so what mounting position do you have? Honestly this is my first brand new ski so I dont want to screw it up...