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Using two different skis

Hi all.
I'm currently skiing on a HO superlite x. I mostly do open water skiing and the superlite is great for that. I get onto a course maybe once a week if I'm lucky. I have the oppertunity to buy a cheap A2 and I'm thinking of using the A2 for the course and have the superlite setup for open water. Is this a good idea or am I better off just sticking with what I have? I'm not sure if it's going to be to hard to be able to adjust between the two.




  • HortonHorton Posts: 25,662 Administrator
    there's no reason not to run buoys on the super light

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  • WishWish Posts: 7,316 ★★★Triple Panda Award Recipient ★★★
    Rode the CoX into 39. So did my friend. Actually he rode it deeeep into 39. Personally I could not get the A2 to do anything right in the course. He had the same experience. So.... What @Horton said x2
    >>> 11.25..a different kettle of fish. <<<
  • StejcraftbenStejcraftben Posts: 56 Baller
    edited May 2014
    Well that's made the decision easy. I thought the cox felt slow through the course compared to my old ho nos but it's more likely that it's me not the ski. I doubt I'll ever get into the 39s.
  • liquid dliquid d Posts: 1,001 Crazy Baller
    not with that attitude!
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