(I did searches, but didn't find conclusive advice)
I recently got new boot w new BSL, so I had to have my local ski shop readjust them. Turns out they just cranked the forward pressure screws to accommodate the 1 cm BSL change, and now the midpoint of the boot is noticeably forward from the mark on my skis (170cm Fischer WC RC Pros).
These, as many of you know are cheater GS skis. (15 m radius). I'm 5'7" 180ish.
Today, conditions were not optimal (wet PP on top was not holding edges), but still the tail of the ski felt both grippier throughout bottom of turn, but then skidded out (possibly due to snow).
And I was leaving TRENCHES with carves. Not sure how much was my +20 flex with new boots, or the new boot position. Also, all of a sudden the "cheater GS" ski feels like it's not enough ski for me (15 meters, and 170 cm way too little seeming)
Is 1 cm forward on a 170cm ski enough that I'll want to get them remounted further back, or should I just forget about it for now and just keep it how it is? This will be for NASTAR (mini GS carving)