Originally Posted by bud heishman
Actually treefiter, I think I may have answered this question just a few moments ago in one of the instruction threads about stance? Read that post and if you need more clarification let me know.
Thanks Bud. I found the post you are referring to. If I'm understanding it the right way, assuming I use the same boots, if I switch to different skis with a different binding setup, the delta angle could change. This would potentially shift the sweet spot, where I want to be balanced, resulting in a different feel. So on one ski/binding, I might get better performance balanced more forward, and another might be more aft.
Recently I got new skis, and I noticed that I felt like I wasn't as forward as usual, but it seemed to work. I suppose this was my subconscious telling me where the new sweet spot is.
I tried to go back to my old skis after a few weeks, and I don't think I was able to really find my way back to the sweet spot. Any thoughts? The old skis were Atomic Beta Race 9'16s (SL ski)and the new are Elan Amphibio 88xti all mountain skis.