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Old     (Michael)      Join Date: Mar 2010       04-27-2010, 10:31 PM Reply   
So i got a Liquid Force S4 this season (09 board), ridden it like 4 times and i just am not happy with it. i feel like my riding is going down hill. i feel like the board is not edging that hard and when i do hit the wake i lose a ton of pop. When edging the board also seems to sit really high in the water, so you don't get that hard charge into the wake.

last boards:

Classic Watson 138- really fun and spins nicely- could be a bit faster
Double up Kieth lidberg 139 which i liked a lot just didn't spin to easily for me.
Double up delta series138
Double up Nelson 138

Recently i have tried the:

Ronix one- not for me, rode like a tank
Company recruit- fun but not much pop, and hard to recover tricks when falling. loves how light it was.
Lyman- too loose for my style and the edging reminds me of the S4.
S3- reminds me of the Watson, popped good but lands way too hard.

My style, don't usually talk about tricks but it gives you a feel of the boards i might like:
a lot of flip variations, with 180s
and spins up to 5's
But with the S4, well not many of these.


So can anyone give me any suggestions? anything would help, oh and i like steep wakes.

Last edited by Michael; 04-27-2010 at 10:35 PM.

 
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