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A tought! Just got back from UP and some great riding and was wondering if changing the camber would aid in the heavy feel of the skis. Not a lot but maybe Just pull the top of the spindle in a little to take some of that kerplop feeling when the skis return to center. I don't think a little negitive camber would hurt if a person was careful about the toeout. Any one out there tried this or have some thoughts?
 

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Try tightening up the limiter strap. Try one hole first if all your looking for is a heavier feel from the ski. This will increase the ski pressure. Not sure about the camber. Just make sure they are even.
 

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Not looking for a heavier feel, it is set up very nice right now, good acceleration "bite" cuts corners well. It just seems hard to inishiate a turn, when coing straight ahead you really have to pull hard on the bars, all is lubed well and only 900 miles on the sled. When you watch the skis it seems to ease up as the skis start to pivot and tilt on the spindle axis. Sorry for the spelling to many hot rod and car craft mags not enough scool.
 
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