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Stockli Laser AR bevel out of the box setup

post #1 of 8
Thread Starter 

Gang,

 

Looking for the base/edge bevel on this ski.  If anyone knows it for the Laser AR or Laser AX (same ski, different skin), please respond. I've been told it's a 1d/2d but I want to verify.  Thanks.


Bill

post #2 of 8

What is a 1d/2d!

 

Would make a nice tune!  

 

one dee, two dee, three dee,  four dee, singin while you ski! :D 

post #3 of 8
Thread Starter 
1 degree / 2 degree
post #4 of 8
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Originally Posted by Sugarloafer321 View Post

1 degree / 2 degree

We all know what a 1/2 is! :ROTF 

 

Just do a 1/3 and you will be good to go!

 

If you want to get fancy do a .5/3 and see if you like it. if not increase to a .7/3 And if that is still too demanding go to a 1/3. don't ever go over a 1 degree base bevel!

post #5 of 8

You can always check with Stockli, but when I had a similar question a few years ago, this the answer Stockli provided:

 

07/08 & 08/09 Laser 4D Race Series FIS SL & GS: 1.1.5
2006 Stormrider DP: 1,1
2006 Stormrider XL: 1,2
2007 Laser SL: 0.5,3
2007 Laser GS: 0.5,3

2008 Laser SC: 1,1.5


Email from Stockli:
Most Stöckli skis have a factory base bevel of 1° and a side bevel of 1° to 2°, most common is 2°.
For the World Cup skis we use a bevel of 0.5° (Base) and 2 or 3 ° side, most common 

post #6 of 8
Thread Starter 


Thanks guys.  FYI, my DPS Wailer 99s and 112s have a base bevel of 1.5 and they are sublime.  Of course the 112s suck on the hard stuff and the 99s are only passable on the hard stuff.  Probably has as much to do with the bevel as it does with heavy rocker.

 

Bill

post #7 of 8

On hard snow my Wailer 105 are just passable.  Usually an exercise in harm minimisation when in the backcountry.  If skiing hard snow I will take out my Stockli Laser SC or SX

post #8 of 8

I heard some Stockli skis use 2 different side bevels.  That is what a ski shop told me several years ago when i was getting my stormriders tuned.

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