So I picked up a pair of Head Mojo 94s from dawg last week. As I was about to tap the binding holes today with the skis side by side on my workbench, I noticed that one ski was sitting higher than the other. Turns out, they have different camber, by about 5mm. One ski has about 9.5mm of camber measured at the boot center mark, the other has about 15mm of camber (the latter seems awfully high for a modern ski). Am I right to think this is too much of a difference? I've noticed less severe cambers differences on old skis that were going dead, and generally the ski with higher camber feels like its tips and tails are hanging on the snow in comparison to the flatter ski.
It kind of sucks, I was hoping to take these to Jackson Hole next week.