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What wax for CO spring skiing?

post #1 of 7
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I'm putting a mail order together and am trying to anticipate the correct wax to use for CO spring skiing. Temps typically the 40's.

Should I go with a standard yellow hydrocarbon or a lo-fluoro or something else?
post #2 of 7
One Ball Jay 4WD. The Pink warm wax. That stuff absolutely flies! Especially If you use the Felix process. Which is after you clean your bases apply a coat of zardoz rub on fluid, drip your hotwax on and iron it in. Let it cool completely for a couple of hours. Then Scrape thoroughly, cork it or green fiber pad to remove any excess wax, then last but not least one more coat of zardoz.
I use this process on any soft warm wet snow conditions. The skis glide like a dream !
post #3 of 7
race service 1 CF1, get it at www.race-werks.com or try their racepaste rub on.
post #4 of 7
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Originally Posted by The Squeaky Wheel
Should I go with a standard yellow hydrocarbon ... ?
Yes.
post #5 of 7
i like the orange holmenkol "plus".
post #6 of 7
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Originally Posted by huckingfellers
Especially If you use the Felix process. Which is after you clean your bases apply a coat of zardoz rub on fluid, drip your hotwax on and iron it in. Let it cool completely for a couple of hours. Then Scrape thoroughly, cork it or green fiber pad to remove any excess wax, then last but not least one more coat of zardoz.
I use this process on any soft warm wet snow conditions. The skis glide like a dream !

Still using Felix? Good man. Try it with Purl sometime you go out west.
post #7 of 7
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Originally Posted by comprex
Still using Felix? Good man. Try it with Purl sometime you go out west.
Actually just got done finishing the Felix process on my legend 8000's for wet cement conditions I am going to have so much fun on tommorrow.

I would give it a try , but I don't know what that is. Time to research. Thanks
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