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MB rocker vs the Taj rockerHow would you compare the rocker of the MB to the Taj, The only thing I am afraid of when getting the MB is getting the same rocker of the Taj. I've checked the board out in the shops, I have my MB all designed in the CBD program waiting to pull the trigger. This is the one thing holding me back is the rocker. I've had a Flexfire, Alternator and Taj. The FF and Alt rockers were good, but the Taj rocker was just too much for me. Knowing that the MB was originally designed off the Taj, I'm worried the rocker is as pronounced.
Revisting the Flexfire DimensionsHas FW thought of revisting the dimensions on the Flexfire range? I know over the past few years many people have started to go shorter and wider and thicker on their boards. I know I have. I used to ride 6'2"s and 6'3"s, now I ride 6'1"s and 6'0"s.
Take for instance one of the stock 6'2"s in the FF range, 6'2" x 18 3/8" x 2 1/4" at 25.5 liters. I really don't think anyone rides a standard 6'2" in these dims anymore. The next board up is a 6'2" x 18 5/8" x 2 1/4" at 26.1 liters. I think it would great to add some beef to all of these boards to bring them up to the current thinking around volume and length.
I think it would be good probably to go through all of the Flexfire range and add 1/8 to 1/4 in width and 1/16 to 1/8 in thickness. That would probably bring the entire range from 2007 into 2012.
Just my two cents.
Flexfire Rounded Pin CBDI know I bug you guys about this every couple of months. But I was thinking that if you guys simply added a rounded pin option to the Flexfire series and expanded the lengths upwards to 7'0 or 7'2 even, I could probably build a whole quiver of step ups.
I know that you guys recently added the Taj Round and Squash, so I was wondering if you could do this with the Flexfire as well. I think with a Flexfire Squash and Rounded Pin, you could pretty much cover every single possibility needed to build a solid quiver.