Homage sj

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minnesota
#1
Built quite a few skis but this is the first one I've felt like starting a thread on. Its sub zero temps going into March so bear with me.
First things first, I swear if I have the see another post on fb of some one looking for a cheap backflip ski for under 10k I'm going to gouge my eyes out. Yes flips and other arial tricks are fun and I enjoy them just as much as I'm sure most of us do but I feel like it is getting carried away. There is so much more to riding and I feel like its getting lost. Heck I'm guilty my self but after finally building my first sj last year after several other skis I am convinced that the superjet is the best thing since sliced bread. Only the js can come close to the fun of a sj. I still have my a/m ski but I am much more looking forward to riding my new to me sj this year and bringing hood tricks, subs and nose stabs back into fashion and just riding around with buddies to have fun. Any ways here is the beginning.
 

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Joined
Jan 28, 2018
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California
#9
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*disclaimer. This is my opinion
I absolutely agree with your opinion. The most fun I've ever had on a ski was going to the lake on saturday with 5 friends on stand-ups and setting up an ever-changing race course with empty Gatorade bottles, we had a blast riding for hours and just being stupid.
 

Big Kahuna

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#12
looking forward to this. I built an Edge this fall after having a Freak - Badass. Wanted to get more back to my roots. I could easily go back to a SJ and be just as happy. I feel with the edge I can get the best of both worlds. It handles like a SJ, you can actually carve turns with it. and is very playful. good luck, keep the build pics coming.
 

yamanube

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#20
I challenge you to a Superjet build off. Time to get another SJ revived and on the water.
I like this idea, and you have to keep it under 800cc.
 
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