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  1. #391
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    Chubby sister....

    Wait till you see her plus size naked sister!!!

    Its coming....

    K

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    Cuban, she's awesome, can't wait to see her at HES.
    Ink, by FAR the best post, EVER. Coolest thing I've ever seen.

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    Thanks SEJ but its all Bruce the master.

    Big Canuck Will you have her naked sister in time for WTF?
    How did it get this late so early.

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    27th....?

    Cuban, Bruce is threatening to ship it tomorrow... dunno if thats real but it'll be worth it when it shows (as you know)

    Alas We're out on wtf this year bud, im heading there on the 8th. Life just did not align for this year. I'm bummed bud, I have a blast at the fish and hanging with Clevland crew. Was looking forward to showing the progress! Plank raised the bar a bit. That thing is magic.

    I'll post some pics when it shows up.

    Lata.

    KC

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    Awww

    Quote Originally Posted by SEJ View Post
    Here ya go Al
    That's a Sweet board and a Sweet gift Scott! Nicely done! Those downsized Vrius' are awful cute too. Glad to see the spirit of Christmas amongst us!
    Al

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    Quote Originally Posted by inkaholic View Post
    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.

    Ink

    Sick!!!!!

    D you let me know when KK out grows that stuff!

    Calvin has been eyeballing my carving gear and has been pointing out carvers from the chair lift when we see them.....

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    Shane McConkey disscussing rockered skis.

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    New Donek

    My new custom widened 167 Ax arrived. Waist is 23.5 cm with glass construction but VSR/decambered nose/tail from Metal Ax. Will be running Bomber Power Plates on this with soft bindings (small feet). Plan to try a plate on this too so I had Sean build it with UPM inserts. Hoping we get some snow soon!
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    That looks like a lot of fun. Thinking about a wider Sl type of ride for next season- that gets the ideas rolling.

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    Alas We're out on wtf this year bud, im heading there on the 8th. Life just did not align for this year. I'm bummed bud, I have a blast at the fish and hanging with Clevland crew. Was looking forward to showing the progress! Plank raised the bar a bit. That thing is magic.


    Lata.

    KC[/quote]
    That sucks Big Canuck its always good having you and your crew at the pub. You did get a great board wanted to see you rock that monster.
    How did it get this late so early.

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    Carbo Monster (wide body) and Bamboo Stub.

    Plankenschtein version three on the juice.

    Just got this today and mounted it with a 4mm BP and new TD3 si. 188, 23 cm waist, 13/16m scr

    Question for people with Boiler plates, the stance width is maxing out the Boiler plates width capacity.... I set the base plates as wide as they would go, tightened them down, tightened down the philips head screws that hold the front dowel (whats it called), put the plate on, tightened it down with the 4 bolts and snugged up the two side 4 mm allen bolts... Thats it right?

    There is no other way it would mount with the spread of my inserts (which is fine) just want to make sure I didn't miss anything..

    Second board, Donek, 165 identical to Nurse Ben's but with a Bamboo core. Ben I hope you see that me replicating the board is a form of flattery, I thought it was the coolest!!! I've ridden it a couple 1/2 days, and its very fun.

    Want to say special thanks to Bruce at Coiler and Shred Grummer for coming up with the crazy boards i get.

    Sorry the pictures do not even come close to doing these boards justice. They are over the top.
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    one more pic

    one more pic
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    Thumbs up Very cool

    rides you have there big canuck! I look forward to your review of them.

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    Looks scaryfast Kurt. I like it.

    When are you gonna find time to ride the horned beast?
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    Yo EAJ!

    You know what the craziest thing about the Monsters is? You can ride them pretty slow too. They flex so easy you don't have to be doing Mach Scnell. They can be super turny at much slower speeds than the size would suggest and the edgehold is superb with the quality of the board and length of edge.

    Rewind 4-5 years ago I was all about SL boards for how turny they are and how cofident I felt on them, the first day I rode Plankenschtein I was doing turns as tight as my SL boards. Doesn't make sense but the confidence those things inspire is magic.

    Yes, I have ridden the Horned Monster (probably have 4-5 1/2 days on it), its sick. I rode some of the steepest pitches I've ever ridden at Nakiska 2 Thursdays ago. Very turny, unreal edge hold, damp and the thing looks so bad ass.

    Now the biggest challenge is deciding which boards to ride!!!

    PS: Cuban, hope we can hook up next season, always a good time
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    Kurt beware, that nice Monster will be monsterly faster with that BBP on it

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    Yeah....

    I am a bit nervous about that.... When I had the Vist plate on my SG 162 I just about went in the trees a few times... It was freakin scary.

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    Oh my ..... I will ride my Oxess 185 WC with the BBP on it in a few weeks time. Better looking for some very wide racetracks then

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    Boiler Coiler

    Another "Boiler Coiler" 182 vsr fcII 13-15-14, 21cm wide, trying to optimize flex for use with plate.
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    Something old = something new

    Burner 197cm + Tinkler Plate = fun?

    Will should know pretty soon.

    From left to right:

    Tinkler TNT 185cm

    Coiler PR 196cm (on top of Coiler 200cm "Head hunter" in bag"

    Sims Burner 197cm with Tinkler Plate system

    Tanker 200cm in bag

    Rossi Apache 185cm
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    Very nice Bryan, they look like wicked high speed fun.

    Mick

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    last one... promise (maybe...)

    Just got my final piece.

    JJA 161 Cypress SL. Its pretty sweet!

    Thought i'd put my latest aqusitions for the year all together.

    JJA 161 SL, 165 Bamboo 23.5cm waist Donek freecrave, 170 Coiler Horned Monster, 172 F2 Carbon Silberfiel, 178 Apex GS (new to me) and 188 Carbo Monster.

    I think I'm good for a bit.
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    @ Kurt

    Very nice quiver. Tell us how that Cypress rides

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    Nice quiver Kurt, have you been out on the Apex yet?
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    Thumbs up kurt i know that u know

    Kurt u know that I know u are just holding
    on to my board
    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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    Yup

    I have ridden the Apex. Very nice board, it's really quiet and smooth. It's def a gs board though, you have to get it up to speed before it wants to turn. If you want to bring it around in a hurry on the steeps you need to give'r

    For it's intended purpose it's super nice. Not quite as turny as I generally gravitate to. It's a 16 m scr.

    Fit and finish is top shelf.

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    yo Shred!!!

    Plankenschtein is still one of my top 5 all time favorites. Lookin at it right now actually. It is a kick ass board. Can't get my friend Bruce off his. Killer board.

    I'm heading to Whitefish tomorrow actually. Wish you guys were going to be there.

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    New boards

    Bought in the summer, Gromel Stiletto 171

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    howdy big canuck
    that jja161 gonna suck you should sell it to me at a reduced cost (hehe).
    i'll be up tomorrow just to check conditions. word on the street is that
    it sucks big time as the last 2 days of 50 degrees here in town. the snow
    got really wet and iced up. bring ice skates and be careful. see you up there.

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    Drool!

    Quote Originally Posted by big canuck View Post
    Just got my final piece.
    JJA 161 SL, 165 Bamboo 23.5cm w Donek freecrave, 170 Coiler Horned Monster, 172 F2 Carbon Silberfiel, 178 Apex GS, 188 Carbo Monster.
    Very impressive quiver Kurt. Lots of TD3 SI's too!! I just use an allen wrench these days. Expensive to have a set of bindings on every board Looks like an easy 10K quiver!

    Sure looks really nice in the photos especially. Drool!!
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    On boards 165 Bamboo 23.5cm waist Donek freecrave, 170 Coiler Horned Monster, 172 F2 Carbon Silberfiel what is under the bindings ?
    What is the use ?
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