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  1. #361
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    oh Cuban, you are SUCH a tease!!!!!

    can we expect to see the new goods at WTF?

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    I've seen it!!!

    I've seen pics, its bad ass.

    I'm getting the same board but identical shape to Plankenstien except with a squarer nose. Hopefully Bruce will ship this week!!!

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    Just in time for Christmas...

    it's Donek the weird-nosed snowboard! Ahh, the things Sean will do if you pay him.

    162 Razor w/Olympic Core and other tweaks--modeling near its place of birth in the Kansas, err...Colorado plains. All jokes aside, the Razors are about the best and most versatile softy carving boards I've found out there. If you ever freeride on a soft set-up, you owe it to yourself to try one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kinpa View Post
    oh Cuban, you are SUCH a tease!!!!!

    can we expect to see the new goods at WTF?
    It will be at WTF if she rides as good as she looks.
    How did it get this late so early.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cuban Carving Gooding View Post
    It will be at WTF if she rides as good as she looks.
    "IF"??????

    and what "if" she doesn't?????

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    It's a Coiler. It will rail. So everyone will see it at WTF. I should put a WTF tee shirt on her. She is naked no top sheet. It's 182 - 19.5. And tips the scales at 7 lb. Bruce is calling her Carbomonster.
    How did it get this late so early.

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    First a naked Monster.... now a naked lady????

    Does "she" have a name yet Cuban?????

    Snowing pretty good here today..... maybe we will have our White Christmas.... was beginning to wonder....

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    It's here!

    From this thread...
    http://www.bomberonline.com/vbulleti...ad.php?t=35323

    came this board...



    Axxess 172, 26 waist, 9-11 VSR. Thanks again for everyone's input . I have to say once again what you already know: Sean Martin is aces. Truly a great person to work with.

    Once I get 'er on the snow (ice?) I'll report back. For fun, here's what my winter "quiver" looks like now . The ride on the extreme left has a wicked inverse sidecut radius that enables it to turn (and turn and turn...) on a dime


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    Whats the scr of the dish?

    Donek looks awesome. Whats the specs on the dish? Where's the GT Snowracer?

    :-)

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    Christmas came a couple days early! 192 Super Swede from Alpinepunk! African wenge top sheet with an ash stringer. New rockered nose and VSR averaging around 11m.
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    Thumbs up Mats done good!

    Quote Originally Posted by Randy T. View Post
    Christmas came a couple days early! 192 Super Swede from Alpinepunk! African wenge top sheet with an ash stringer. New rockered nose and VSR averaging around 11m.
    It's beautiful.Hope you post a ride review of her.

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    Great looking board.
    What wax are you using for the best glide on freshly groomed lawn?

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    Quote Originally Posted by boardguru View Post
    Great looking board.
    What wax are you using for the best glide on freshly groomed lawn?
    Scott's Surf and Turf works the best!

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    Yeh Baby!! That's what I am talking about!!!

    Randy, that is a gorgeous longboard buddy!!! Love to hear your comparison to some of the other longboards you have ridden. How much do you weigh these days?
    Merry Christmas my friend!! Bryan
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    I got a Super Swede a couple years ago but sadly broke it last season so this is the replacement. The one I had was AMAZING! This thing can rail a carve as well as my Donek FC11 but is versatile in any conditions from afternoon crud to powder. My older one did not have the rockered nose so this new one should be an even better ride and I'm told has even better edge hold.
    I've dropped 42 pounds (at 198 right now) since last season so hopefully I can still flex all my boards!
    Merry Christmas to you too Bryan

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    Schwawing!

    Quote Originally Posted by Randy T. View Post
    Christmas came a couple days early! 192 Super Swede from Alpinepunk! African wenge top sheet with an ash stringer. New rockered nose and VSR averaging around 11m.
    Oh my, be still my heart

    Keep that wild beauty in full sight at all times!
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    Come on Cuban, let's see a pic of that Madd killer. Don't want to wait till Feb.

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    Randy, that thing is a beauty!
    I finally got up the nerve to build my own carving board this year. Sort of like yours but reversed. Maple and purple heart stringers with wenge inlay. She's awesome to look at. Can't wait to see how she works.

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    ho- maid?

    Quote Originally Posted by SEJ View Post
    Randy, that thing is a beauty!
    I finally got up the nerve to build my own carving board this year. Sort of like yours but reversed. Maple and purple heart stringers with wenge inlay. She's awesome to look at. Can't wait to see how she works.
    Where are the Polaroids of that Trollope Scott?
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    I'll need to take one. It's pretty stiff, not much camber. Actually I built it for Gretchen.

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    Picture

    Here ya go Al
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    Quote Originally Posted by Randy T. View Post
    Christmas came a couple days early! 192 Super Swede from Alpinepunk! African wenge top sheet with an ash stringer. New rockered nose and VSR averaging around 11m.
    Beauty!
    But now you owe me design consulting fees From the old thread:

    Standard 24cm waist or dropped it to slightly narrower?
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    That's too funny Boris! I did not have any input on the design though, this is the new look for all the boards. And it has the standard width.

    Scott, that is a sweet board but I don't think Gretchen is going to be able to flex it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randy T. View Post
    I've dropped 42 pounds (at 198 right now) since last season so hopefully I can still flex all my boards!
    Big-time congrats Randy!

    I lost a bunch of weight before last season, and quickly realized that "bad weight" doesn't help one bend a board anywhere near as much as "good weight" does. If your route to weight loss involved strength or cardio training, you may be pleasantly surprised at how supple your boards feel

    Happy holidays!

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    THANK YOU D.T. and Bola!

    Santa came in the form of D.T. and Bola for KarverKai this year. They got KK the Virus Avalanche FR 130 for his new all mtn board. Riding on top of the Avalanche FR are Micro Flows and Burton Moto 1 boots. This will reside next to the Virus Rookie 99, in the quiver, which now sports a set of NOS Burton JR plates to use with new to KK Salomon T2 boots. KK can't wait to thank you two in person.

    Thanks again to Dusty Bottle for the early Christmas present, the Burton JR bindings.

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    Best post yet!

    Can't wait to see Kai rip those boards.

    Should be out before and for the SES!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SEJ View Post
    Come on Cuban, let's see a pic of that Madd killer. Don't want to wait till Feb.
    Ok
    How did it get this late so early.

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    Naked karbon carbo monster!

    I got to see this in the flesh! By far the hottest nacked
    coiler to date! Date night is only days away!

    Atta boy bruce now your getting it!!!
    They say that the best weapon is the one you never have to fire. I respectfully disagree. I prefer the weapon you only have to fire once. That's how Dad did it, that's how America does it, and it's worked out pretty well so far.

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    Naked karbon carbo monster!

    I got to see this in the flesh! By far the hottest nacked
    coiler to date! Date night is only days away!

    Atta boy bruce now your getting it!!!
    They say that the best weapon is the one you never have to fire. I respectfully disagree. I prefer the weapon you only have to fire once. That's how Dad did it, that's how America does it, and it's worked out pretty well so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cuban Carving Gooding View Post
    Ok
    yeah, I think you're right.... you better get some clothes on her!

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