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1KSheehansounds like you could be possibly not popping equally off the rail on both legs so your spinning slightly at a axis due to popping more on one leg rather than popping off both equally hence why your landing back seat. Also sounds like your are looking at the ground when your trying B2's don't do this. Look over you shoulder and try to spot your landing, also move hips with your shoulders this should make you rotate faster maximising rotation.
Your also best asking someone who has B2's in your snow park for advice and a bit of coaching.
JichelMustenLooking at the ground is what will kill you. Drop the tip of your front ski, look over your shoulder, and pop. If you look at the ground you will slow down and go off axis, which leads to landing backseat.
1KSheehanAlso sounds like your are looking at the ground when your trying B2's don't do this.
Crispy.^^^. Also, make sure you are locked on well to the rail before worrying about the spin. I used to try to get on and just initiate the spin immediately when i feel the lock and the set/spin should be two separate "phases".