Originally Posted by Atomicman
I am tired of arguing with you about every little point, do whatever you want, I could care less!
This is classic Atomicman, always willing to argue about every little point until you realize you're wrong, and then rather than try to learn something or concede your point, you resort to personal attacks and claim you're not willing to argue.
I'm here to discuss, not argue, the finer points of ski tuning, help people, and hopefully LEARN something. I don't post unless I think I actually have some useful information to convey, or I think I can learn from others in the thread. You prefer to post on just about everything no matter what. You have lots of good information, but often times you're incorrect, and you pass it off as fact with your smug, elitist attitude.
I was genuinely intrigued by the idea that the meter was more accurate when hanging than being used flat as I had never heard that or seen it done that way by any tuner ever, so I tried it out, and it makes no difference. Sorry this upsets you, but unfortunately for you there are people with loads more experience that are willing to call your BS.