Broke Down & Ordered a Razor-Tune

Discussion in 'Tuning Techniques and Tool Information' started by Atomicman, Jan 13, 2019.

  1. Atomicman

    Atomicman Getting off the lift Skier

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    Well, I did it! Razor-Tune Full Race Kit coming. Swapped the 2 degree plate for a 4. Should be here Wednesday!

    Will report back! Part of my motivation was, I just can't bring myself to diamond stone off the amazing ceramic disc finish on my new Enforcer 100's! By the way, they skied absolutely perfectly right out of the wrapper...Waxed 'em of course, and they came with a perfect 1/3 tune on them!

    Heading to Whistler for next week, so the edger will come in handy!
     
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  2. Steve

    Steve // Skier

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    Good luck with it. My Evo has been good, but I did damage a pair of skis with it once, so be careful!
     
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  3. mdf

    mdf entering the Big Couloir Skier

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    My Navigators came with an amazing tune also! 4 days on them and they will need tuning soon. :nono: I'm sure I can't do as well.
     
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    Atomicman

    Atomicman Getting off the lift Skier

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    Definitely will practice first on some old skis!
     
  5. KingGrump

    KingGrump Most Interesting Man In The World Team Gathermeister

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    Bring them to Taos. I'll provide the tool. You can screw them up all by yourself. :D
     


  6. cantunamunch

    cantunamunch Meh Skier

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    That can be read in so many ways :D:eek::D
     
  7. Jacques

    Jacques Workin' It on Skis Best I Can Skier

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    Feeling heart broken! :popcorn:
    However, I think a good hand held machine edger may be better than any machine.
    Why not a SnowGlide?
     
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    Atomicman

    Atomicman Getting off the lift Skier

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    You gonna loan me the additional $1,200 Bones?:huh:........That's what I thought!:rolleyes:
     
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  9. Black Dog

    Black Dog Its all downhill from here.. Skier

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    I have used my Razor Tune for 2 seasons now. Really hard to do any real damage with it.

    With 6 pair of skis to keep in tune, it really saves a lot of time. Great investment.
     
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  10. Jacques

    Jacques Workin' It on Skis Best I Can Skier

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    Ha ha! Have fun with your new toy!
     

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