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What is the ultimate carving set up?

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I was discussing with my mate at the top of some super corduroy what the best carving set up would be. I said it was a pair old race room Rossi 9Xs with Marker bindings, but he said it was a pair of Volkl Gotamas.
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I was discussing with my mate at the top of some super corduroy what the best carving set up would be. I said it was a pair old race room Rossi 9Xs with Marker bindings, but he said it was a pair of Volkl Gotamas.
Nope , K-2 comps with Rotomats are the rippers we all wish we had. I bet Phil has a pair stashed
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he prabably does but only ski on 95mm and wider now,

The best carver set up? Supershapes........
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Race room slalom skis, I like my Rossi 9S.
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Arggg, I got hooked.
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What's the issue anyhoo. Ok, Sigfried, you like your Rossi's and Roy likes his Volkl's ..... why drag us into your silly spats?

Good ad for the racetiger Volkl's ??

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THall Pro Models, no doubt, with a marker piston plate and comp 1400.

SPLIT KOOK/TROLL!
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Oh, but you're so wrong! Here is the ULTIMATE!

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Oh, but you're so wrong! Here is the ULTIMATE!


Sorry guys, you know I love you like brothers, but I have to call you both out on that one.............

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Sorry VA! This time you are way off base.

That Ronco set gives you 50 pieces of fine carving action

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You can get a deal on the Ronco Pocket Fisherman as seen on TV. The perfect item for dealing with those trolls.
post #15 of 24
Other than Henckel Zwillingen,



my vote would go to Atomic GS:11's:



On corduroy I like the extra stability at speed of a GS ski over the SL.

And while others may prefer the dampness of the gay french Rossi blades,
I have always maintained that there is nothing like german tempered surgical steel when it comes to carving.

The GS:11 is a corduroy scalpel, demo a pair and you will see what I mean.

No other ski I have ever skied even comes close.


Kaj
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Other than Henckel Zwillingen,



my vote would go to Atomic GS:11's:



On corduroy I like the extra stability at speed of a GS ski over the SL.

And while others may prefer the dampness of the gay french Rossi blades,
I have always maintained that there is nothing like german tempered surgical steel when it comes to carving.

The GS:11 is a corduroy scalpel, demo a pair and you will see what I mean.

No other ski I have ever skied even comes close.


Kaj
I have some beta race 10 22 from der race room and they are pretty sweet carvers indeed.
post #17 of 24
Some of you are on the right track, but the poster asked for the "ultimate".

Good in the trees! Great on Ice!

http://www.mastersofthechainsaw.com/G3200CV_info.htm
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Jongest troll ever, Isaiah.
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You know this whole thread brings new meaning to the term "gay blade".
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I want to know why you have this picture saved on your computer.

Nevermind, I don't think I want to know.



And the starter of this thread gets points just for the sheer laziness of his troll efforts.
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Hey, how about one of these?

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I want to know why you have this picture saved on your computer. .....


These women would like to have a word with you about you carving.....
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pūr maggotbait

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