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Bindings mounted 6 mm forward of line - big deal?

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I've got some 178 Nordica Steadfasts I picked up this year for low snow resort days in Tahoe.  These skis realistically won't see pow as I've got other fatter skis for fresh snow days.  The plan for these is to use them for skiing groomers on the firm days.  I also like to ski bumps on these low snow days.  I'm 5'10" 175 lbs advanced skier.

 

Bindings were mistakenly mounted 6 mm forward of the mid sole line.  They're symmetric, just 6 mm forward.

 

Thoughts on if this will impact performance significantly?  Am I being way too picky here?  Will I even notice 6 mm?  Seeing as how these will get a lot of time in the bumps, 6 mm forward might even make them a bit quicker in these tight spots.  Just ski 'em and forget it?  

 

Thanks in advance.

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Ski em and forget it.

I usually move my bindings about 1 cm forward on my carvers.

Makes initiation easier at low speed.

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