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melchan 04-22-2013 11:27 AM

buying new board
 
hello evryone. i would like to ask which is a better board. the Liquid force peak 2013? or the Ronix Phoenix Project S 2013? im a cable park rider.


http://www.evo.com/wakeboards/liquid...wakeboard.aspx

http://www.evo.com/mashups/ronix-pho...ings-2013.aspx

melchan 04-22-2013 11:40 AM

http://koakai.biz/shop/461-1042-larg...quid-force.jpg



https://encrypted-tbn3.gstatic.com/i...uiEQXJsTqKZc7A

skiboarder 04-22-2013 12:22 PM

Throw the El Von Videl Schnook into the mix. I've been on one for about 2 weeks and it rips.

behindtheboat 04-22-2013 12:38 PM

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Originally Posted by skiboarder (Post 1818066)
Throw the El Von Videl Schnook into the mix. I've been on one for about 2 weeks and it rips.

Agreed. Kids at the park switched from Pheonix to the EVVS and are loving it. I really want to try it out, seems like it's a great design for the park.

melchan 04-22-2013 10:33 PM

oh crap i just saw EVVS w/ LED lights. its cool!! specially sometimes i ride at night. thnks for the replies. hoping to get more reply. hahaha!

tdickman4 04-23-2013 4:45 AM

i would suggest a slingshot board. they are killer at the park and behind the boat.

melchan 04-23-2013 7:15 AM

slingshot are too expensive. thnk u for the suggestion bro :D

melchan 04-23-2013 7:37 AM

ok now cant deside. Ronix phoenix project S? or El Von Videl w/ lights? lol :))

http://t2.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:A...90iKBuIRjpYLrw

gotwake133 04-23-2013 8:40 AM

I have ridden the EVVS at the park for a few months now, and I find that it is the perfect all around cable board. Stiff enough to hit kickers and for air tricks, but flexible enough to have fun on rails. Extremely fast and responsive board and fun to ride. The lights look cool at night too! Just have to make sure your cap is always tight! The board rides small cause it is so fast, so i would size up if your in between.
If you have any more questions about it shoot me a PM.

skiboarder 04-23-2013 9:09 AM

I know all of the marketing for the EVVS says that if you ride it behind a boat that you will create a vortex and be sucked to the bottom of the lake, but that is not true. I took a really good set behind boat on it this past weekend. I don't really like woodcore boards behind the boat, but this one worked.

I personally prefer the EVVS over the Phoenix--Hands-down.

tarek 04-23-2013 10:14 AM

I have seen the Liquid Force product hold up better to obstacles versus any other board brand on the market. Slingshot has been the worst. The wear though on their boards is terrible especially along the seams of the base and sidewall. Not to mention the topsheet material which chips and peels super bad. I had over 70 days on my deluxe and that thing was rock solid at the end of the year.

melchan 04-23-2013 1:37 PM

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Originally Posted by gotwake133 (Post 1818214)
I have ridden the EVVS at the park for a few months now, and I find that it is the perfect all around cable board. Stiff enough to hit kickers and for air tricks, but flexible enough to have fun on rails. Extremely fast and responsive board and fun to ride. The lights look cool at night too! Just have to make sure your cap is always tight! The board rides small cause it is so fast, so i would size up if your in between.
If you have any more questions about it shoot me a PM.




really?? cool! now im convince that EVVS is better. :D is the lights durable? kinda worried if its easily broken after a few months or so.

melchan 04-23-2013 1:39 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by skiboarder (Post 1818222)
I know all of the marketing for the EVVS says that if you ride it behind a boat that you will create a vortex and be sucked to the bottom of the lake, but that is not true. I took a really good set behind boat on it this past weekend. I don't really like woodcore boards behind the boat, but this one worked.

I personally prefer the EVVS over the Phoenix--Hands-down.


thnks for the reply. now im really convice that EVVS is the best choice for me. my down side is i just dont like the art work on board. lol :D

melchan 04-23-2013 2:08 PM

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Originally Posted by tarek (Post 1818229)
I have seen the Liquid Force product hold up better to obstacles versus any other board brand on the market. Slingshot has been the worst. The wear though on their boards is terrible especially along the seams of the base and sidewall. Not to mention the topsheet material which chips and peels super bad. I had over 70 days on my deluxe and that thing was rock solid at the end of the year.



my current board is liquid force. when i road it the 1st time i accidentally hit the the bar holding up the rails. then boom! my board has as huge chip off. lol


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