Question for the technically-minded: Can I increase my skis' desire to pull into a turn by some form of tuning? Or is it an immutable element of the skis?
Background: while I was in Utah, I demoed some Blizzard Magnum 8.1's. I really liked them -- most particularly because the tips seemed to almost suck me into the turn the minute I initiated. Now that I've been home on my Dynastar 4x4's I find this lacking. I like the Dynastars' general dampness and carvability, and overall I'd say they're "quick", but there seems to be a second's hesitation before they want to move into the turn. I had always felt a bit ambivalent about some element of these skis, and now I think I know what it is.
So.... the question: can I improve my 4x4's in terms of this one element? Will tuning them sharp all the way to the tip help? Detuning them? Any other suggestions? I would try some technique adjustment, but common sense says that I was skiing the Blizzards the same way I ski at home.