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Old 12-12-2012, 08:36 AM
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Originally Posted by swb911 View Post
How do you compare this with the Monza? I may be interested...
I came off a 2005 Monza and a 2004 Sixam to this ski. It doesn't give you that same feeling of blistering speed that the Monza (or the Sixam) give you. Nonetheless, you find yourself plenty wide. That's not to say it isn't fast. It is. It just doesn't feel fast. Its real benefit in my experience is the fluidity of the turns. As I mentioned above, the turns just felt like a perfect turn with no abrupt hookups with the boat at the end of the turns like I felt with the Monza. It has always struck me as a smooth ski.
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