RparrMsnow is undoubtably faster than turf. I have used both extensively. Just make sure you don’t use msnow for the landing, that shit is brutal to fall on.
I think that drop in is a hair too short, and the flat part of the transition of the ramp is a bit too long. You’ll lose lots of speed there. Check out my summer setup video in my profile, I had a much bigger drop in and I was still struggling for speed occasionally on a 12 foot long pipe
**This post was edited on Mar 18th 2018 at 9:14:15am
willyg0808Speed looks money, drop in definitely a little sketchy lmao. You can always just throw some 2x3 studs vertically screwing them into whatever pallets you can get them to align with. It would probably cost $50 to make a 5' platform from 4x4s that would be super stable, but I think your setup will work. I sketched up a design for you real quick on photoshop because my illustrator skills are subpar lol. It's essentially what I did and my drop in is fucking hurricane proof
theabortionatorJust drop like 20-30 bucks on 2x4s man. Idk, msnow is expensive, 2x4s are practically free.
ezavat this point i don't really think i'll be needing any 2x4's, and i already have msnow that i got for cheap last summer.
theabortionatorTrue, just saying it's pretty easy to built a tower as high as you want with 2x4s. Idk I get that the pallet think works but 2x4s are cheap. Either way as long as it works whatever.
willyg08082x4s add up quick tho. I did my whole setup last summer thinking I could keep it cheap, and ended up shelling out $400-$500. Still isn't that much for a summer of fun, but as a college student without a solid summer income stream it definitely hurt.