Finally got so good guides from SVST and I really could not believe how well they worked!. I put a 92 on my skis and they held lot's!! better on the hard stuff.
I am going to keep the stock bevel on all of our ski's, the hard part is determing what it is. His atomic GS ski's were easy, called atomic and they said the edge is 93 and the base is 1. Perfect, you can see why most of the top racers are using Atomic's, they are committed to the support. Rossignol, Dynastar and Volkl was a different story. I got transfered about three times and all I got was, I'm not sure what we put on the ski's at the factory.
I found I could clamp up a tru bar to the diffenent edge bevel guides, put on the reading glasses and with a light sort of determine what bevel they had.
My question is: I can see why Atomic sets the edge at 93 on the GS and SG skis. You really get some angulation when turning in these events and can use the more extreme bevel.
What about in slalom when you are going edge to edge much faster and with not as much angulation? Would you set the edge bevel less to say 92 to 91? what about the base bevel?