2023 Senate Pro

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Our best selling ski in our highest performance construction, the Senate Pro is a ripper for those looking to get after in the slalom course at 32/34 MPH. The added width of a Senate provides more balance and control at the finish the turn but the PMI and Textreme carbon of our ProBuild construction give you all the angle and speed you could ever want. 2023 Senate Pro is here!

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  • UCFskierUCFskier Posts: 186 Baller
    i skied between a senate pro and vapor this year... I ended up sticking with the Senate. Would you say there are significant changes between the 2 year old and the current Senate?
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  • BroussardBroussard Posts: 870 Mega Baller
    @UCFskier Yes, the 2021 and 2023 skis are significantly different in shape.
    Andre Broussard | Action Water Sports | WakeHouse | SkiBennetts |
  • FOB69FOB69 Posts: 19

    hi
    Does someone tried reflex bidings with
    the senate ?

    B.

  • APBAPB Posts: 477 Crazy Baller

    I just spent the week on a 2023 Senate Pro.... unreal. My new jam.

    UCFskier
  • C5QuestC5Quest Posts: 521 Baller

    If you’re border line between a 65 and 67 would you go up or down? I guess you can tune the 67 to feel shorter. But a shorter ski is nice too

  • SlalomSteveSlalomSteve Posts: 210 Baller

    @C5Quest what speed and line lengths are you skiing?

  • epnaultepnault Posts: 391 Crazy Baller

    @FOB69

    I have run reflex system on multiple generations of the senate. I am on a 19 Pro now. Any questions let me know

  • JayproJaypro Posts: 421 Crazy Baller

    I ski a reflex on a 22 senate Pro. @Broussard any significant changes from 22 to 23 Senate Pro?

  • BroussardBroussard Posts: 870 Mega Baller

    @Jaypro The 2023 Senate Pro should be identical in shape to the 2022 Senate Pro. (The 23 might have a slightly softer layup through the tip to match the changes to Vapor but not positive on that one)

    Andre Broussard | Action Water Sports | WakeHouse | SkiBennetts |
  • FOB69FOB69 Posts: 19
    edited October 5

    @epnault : Did you have problems to setup the reflex front plate position ?
    I have a 2019 67" Graphite, and the inserts are two much forward i cannot set up the front shell at stock position (30 1/2) even with plate backward at its maximum, i had to file the plate holes for this and this is worse for shallow setup (30 1/4)
    This is confusing it seams i am the only one to have this problem.
    Reflex confirm to me there is only one plate patern so it is not a plate probem.

    Other thing : I use to have a pulse radar boot in 2019 when i bougth the senate.
    I had a very good lateral leverage but after two small accidents i gave up the non release sytem and had an other ski with reflex for a while.
    I just mount now the reflex on the senate (white cuff shell), and i find i have not a so good lateral leverage than with the pulse (ski too wide for reflex system ?).
    So considering this and the mounting problem, i ask myself if the senate is reflex compliant ...

    B.

  • epnaultepnault Posts: 391 Crazy Baller

    I think the best thing to do would be contact Radar (Brooks Wilson) and ask these questions. I did not have any issues mounting my plate. I did not have the stock setting and chose the front boot location based on how the ski was riding for me.

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