I'm new to this issue, so apologies for another mounting position question; I've read around a bit, but am still unclear bout my particular situation because my ski is a true twin and I'd like to know if it's possible to tweak it so that it performs more like an all-mountain ski. Hoping for some help.
I have a pair of 2015 Icelantic Da'Nollies that I bought at a deep discount kind of on a whim, because I'd demoed them and had a lot of fun. The pair I bought came with demo bindings (Marker Griffons) but had never been used. I like to ski switch and do small 180s, so I like having twin tips, and the 95mm waist is fun and stable for me. I don't do rails. I'm old.
Only thing is, they are center mounted and they *suck* at exiting turns, which takes some of the fun out of using them around the mountain.
Here's my question: would it make sense to move the mounting position back a bit? It would be easy to do with the demo bindings, right? Or would that compromise the performance overall? If moving back is do-able, how many cm would you move them?
Also, if it's really not desirable to move the bindings, I might sell the Da'Nollies and look for a directional twin. Any recommendations? (East Coast groomer skier mostly, advanced, 5'8" 170 lbs. I like mid-width skis, though: 88-100 or so).)
Thanks so much: I really appreciate any feedback!