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    Quote Originally Posted by Hans View Post
    When I see this Tinks pics

    Glad I didn't sell my 202 full system. Have to ride that board this season. When I ride the board, always a big grin from ear to ear.
    When Mike was looking the "Quiver" over he suggested that we should
    throw a plate on one of the long boards and see how well it worked or what it would do to the ride?

    That is my original 202cm (on the far right) and then a 203cm, although they are very close in shape. The nose is different and the waist is slightly wider and the 203 is both metal and stiffer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Miltie View Post
    Brian, That new board and plate combo looks sick! (in a good way) . Nice collection of Tinklers! Hope you have fun on all of them. Tom
    I don't ride the wide TNT much. I plan to set up a "FIRM" soft boot set up on it , perhaps with a plate and see how that goes. There is allot going on on that board.
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    Quote Originally Posted by *Ace* View Post
    Nice group shot! Reminds me of that group photo of all of TVR's Virus boards all lined up.

    What is on the counter, take some rips before the pics?

    With the super stiff construction on the new board...did you alter the camber, or is it similar to the other Tinklers you own? Just curious because my super stiff Virus has like 35mm of camber!!!
    Yes, it has a rather complex profile, fair amount of camber between the bindings then flatter, then very slightly rockered toward the tip and tail.


    Shame on you for even suggesting such a thing!!
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    Come on Bryan

    No love for the question in post #270? I'm sure that more than just I would like to know more about what is going on there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by www.oldsnowboards.com View Post
    I don't ride the wide TNT much. I plan to set up a "FIRM" soft boot set up on it , perhaps with a plate and see how that goes. There is allot going on on that board.
    I love the look of that wide TNT...... Makes me want one. Maybe in a couple of years.
    Doug in MN

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    Details - Details

    Quote Originally Posted by inkaholic View Post
    No love for the question in post #270? I'm sure that more than just I would like to know more about what is going on there.

    Ink
    Hey Ink. I beg your pardon. I simply missed your post. I wasn't ignoring you. Senior moment? Been pretty busy and only get a chance to peek into "Bomberland" on my self imposed breaks.

    No, the two bolts / adjusters on the plate allow you to alter the relationship between the plate and the board. I use this vague terminology to require one to look at how the two planes interact.

    A couple photos with adjusters circled in red to be clear.
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    What have you been smokin??

    Quote Originally Posted by tex1230 View Post
    nice eye, Ace!
    It is a flashlight guys
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    My first woody - Coiler 165 VSR All Mountain...

    New Coiler 165 VSR All Mountain XTight - approx 10.5 m sidecut, 21 cm waist, with goofy asym core.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WEBSIGHT360 View Post
    New Coiler 165 VSR All Mountain XTight - approx 10.5 m sidecut, 21 cm waist, with goofy asym core.
    Now we're talking all-mountain destroyer. I want this board just 6cm longer and 2cm wider. That is one nice looking ride. luv the top sheet too.

    Dave
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    Quote Originally Posted by Puddy Tat View Post
    Now we're talking all-mountain destroyer. I want this board just 6cm longer and 2cm wider. That is one nice looking ride. luv the top sheet too.

    Dave
    You mean like the one in the middle here? 173 VSR Tight 23cm waist. Fun, fun, fun...
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    Quite the Coiler quiver there. What model is the one on the right?
    I'm still waiting for more coverage here to take out my new 171 VSR AM extra tight with regular ASYM core.
    That woody topsheet sure looks good, hope you enjoy the ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boardguru View Post
    Quite the Coiler quiver there. What model is the one on the right?
    I'm still waiting for more coverage here to take out my new 171 VSR AM extra tight with regular ASYM core.
    That woody topsheet sure looks good, hope you enjoy the ride.

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    The one on the right is a 188 Monster.

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    KESSLER - Tall & Little Brother

    KESSLER 180 & 170

    Not new but new to me;
    Had a great day test drive both decks, as usuall Kessler deliver his job on these two decks. Report HERE (#70)

    Thanks to both BOL members let these decks switch hand.

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    the 170 looks like good times!

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    one of my first posts, wanna show you my dream-board for empty slopes...
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    @websight: whats the width and sidecut-radi of your monster?
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    @ user: looks like a 1x6! Have any other pics/info on that board???

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    @ user: 13/16m sidecut, 24 cm waist

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    @websight: thanks for the info, there will be the day I am buying my own monster.

    the board with that bambus-topsheet was made by a small german manufacturer. it's a Plasma Competition, 190cm length, 20cm width and 17/19 meters sidecut. I was blown away by it's performance on steep icy slopes, so I needed to buy that beauty
    There's no metal in it, but the ice-grip make me believe titanal is s promotion-gag
    If you speak german or like google translations, here's a review: http://www.frozen-backside.de/index....&threadID=4885
    The board was a prototype for a swiss rider, but he will get another one
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    Quote Originally Posted by CarvingScooby View Post
    KESSLER 180 & 170

    Not new but new to me;
    Had a great day test drive both decks, as usuall Kessler deliver his job on these two decks. Report HERE (#70)

    Thanks to both BOL members let these decks switch hand.

    Cheers
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    Quote Originally Posted by www.oldsnowboards.com View Post
    Hey Ink. I beg your pardon. I simply missed your post. I wasn't ignoring you. Senior moment? Been pretty busy and only get a chance to peek into "Bomberland" on my self imposed breaks.

    No, the two bolts / adjusters on the plate allow you to alter the relationship between the plate and the board. I use this vague terminology to require one to look at how the two planes interact.

    A couple photos with adjusters circled in red to be clear.
    Yes, those would be what I was asking about. So the board has plenty of camber built in then you can decrease the amount by using the adjusters? I see pads below the plate in pic 3 of post #262. Is this basically what is going on here?

    Thanks Bryan,
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    My turn!

    UPS delivered my very first Coiler today. VSR 171 AMT. Black Camo, just for fun.



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    Love that topsheet too. Is that a 21 waist?

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    Quote Originally Posted by garybergmann View Post
    UPS delivered my very first Coiler today. VSR 171 AMT. Black Camo, just for fun.
    We should have gotten a shipping deal from Bruce! Do you ride with the Calgary crew? I have the exact same model, a page ago. Havent been able to ride it quite yet... Too choppy still.

    Looks awesome!

    Edit: Just realized I asked if you've ridden with us a while ago... see you at NES!
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    VSR 171 AMT. Black Camo, just for fun.

    That looks like it could be a good time on the hill ! whats the waist width on it ?

    Sorry I can't add any porn to this thread just yet, waiting, waiting, waiting........ very patiently !

    I sure can tell you what one of these looks like as it passes by my house twice a day. Once at 10:42ish with the red labels and again at 5:37ish with standard freight packages !
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    Quote Originally Posted by MR. JOHN DEERE ! View Post
    VSR 171 AMT. Black Camo, just for fun.

    That looks like it could be a good time on the hill ! whats the waist width on it ?

    Sorry I can't add any porn to this thread just yet, waiting, waiting, waiting........ very patiently !

    I sure can tell you what one of these looks like as it passes by my house twice a day. Once at 10:42ish with the red labels and again at 5:37ish with standard freight packages !
    Get the eff back in your Goon thread! Wtf? Who let you out?

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    Yup, I went with the 21 waist. The black camo was an idea I presented to Bruce that he passed to one of his graphics designers...we went back and forth on color and overall look and this is where we came to.

    Yeah, I ride solo most of the time, well, as the only guy on hard boots anyway...I always seem to miss the rest of you!!!

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    Looks great Gary! Cool idea.

    Quote Originally Posted by garybergmann View Post
    Yeah, I ride solo most of the time, well, as the only guy on hard boots anyway...I always seem to miss the rest of you!!!
    Have you heard about the NES? http://www.bomberonline.com/vbulleti...ad.php?t=34973
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    Quote Originally Posted by garybergmann View Post
    Yup, I went with the 21 waist. The black camo was an idea I presented to Bruce that he passed to one of his graphics designers...we went back and forth on color and overall look and this is where we came to.

    Yeah, I ride solo most of the time, well, as the only guy on hard boots anyway...I always seem to miss the rest of you!!!
    Dude, Calgary has a really active hardboot crew. User names on here that I can think of Riceball, Allee, Big Canuck, Ti Knee, Roo X (Cochrane). Also check out the Alberta ride board. Drop any of them a line or hit up the Alberta Carving Club on Facebook.

    http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gi...1356831&ref=ts

    And like Corey said make it out to NES you'll be able to meet with a bunch of them.

    I'm out of Edmonton and wish I could get together with the number of people that are in Calgary. Maybe I'll see you down at NES.

    Dave
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    Quote Originally Posted by *Ace* View Post
    @ user: looks like a 1x6! Have any other pics/info on that board???
    Which would be too wide for you. I think you'd probably prefer it in a 1x4 version.

    Sweet looking ride though. I really like the look of the wood top sheets.

    Dave
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