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Old     (phill1187)      Join Date: Jul 2010       07-17-2010, 3:03 PM Reply   
Hey everyone,

I just started trying to learn a tantrum. I think I've got the tripping motion down, and I'm getting plenty enough air to complete the trick. For some reason, though, in the air I end up doing a FS 180 as I flip. The trick ends up being more like a tantrum to fakie, which I would imagine is much tougher to land. Should I try to correct my flipping motion (and if so, how?), or should I just stick with the tantrum to fakie and try to pass the handle in the air? I am able to land pretty big FS 180s out into the flats as well.

And I ride behind an 18-foot center console with no tower and a 140 HP outboard on it, so my setup is not exactly "ideal" but I do what I can with it.

Any help is appreciated, thanks guys. Here's the link to the vid--the last two attempts in the vid are what have been happening to me pretty much every time...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_R-g6wdXsS0

 
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