I just recently picked up a 2011-12 Stokli Rotor 84, and noticed there are two mounting points labeled "F" and "S". Can anyone explain the difference between the two points and what is the best mounting point for an aggressive type skier, who will be using this ski primarily as a "beginning of the year ski," for multiple freeze thaw cycles, man made snow type stuff. It will be mostly on groomers and a little playing in the park. Thank you.
Stokli Rotor 84, mounting point.
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If its last years model, it is not one of stockli's new "symmetrical" twin tips. is it the ski with the colorful dot matrix design on the top sheet?
I don't know what the "f" or the "s" stands for, however, the line further back, or closer to the tail, would be a more traditional mounting point whereas the more forward of the two lines would result in a binding mount that is more centered on the ski. My understanding is that tricksters and regular park skiiers would use the forward mount versus the more traditional mount for good ole fashioned skiing forward.
I have a slightly older version...and the sole mounting line was the more traditional or further back mounting line.