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wood titaniun verses wood liquid metal (core)

post #1 of 5
Thread Starter 

Which has more energy ?

Whch dampens better ?

Is it possible that one can be better @ both ?

 Liquid metal can there be 2 layers as with wood titanium & if so will the ski base stick to it very well

 

 Thanks

post #2 of 5

That liquid metal stuff is pretty much unstoppable.

 

 

You know it is all the same thing, just different names that marketing makes up, right? Basically fancy tin foil.

post #3 of 5
Thread Starter 

Sincure

 

 That was funny,

 

 your most likely right there might not be much difference.

 

 I do like the rebound energy of wood titanium core over just a wood core.

post #4 of 5

There is no titanium layered in skis...there is titinal (mostly aluminum).  I am waiting for a radioactive core.

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Originally Posted by Krazzy Legs View Post

Sincure

 

 That was funny,

 

 your most likely right there might not be much difference.

 

 I do like the rebound energy of wood titanium core over just a wood core.


You should try carbon fiber and bamboo.

 

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