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    I'd say the level of effort is more similar to...

    I'd say the level of effort is more similar to 190 Bibbys than 184s.

    I can't comment on mounting farther back. The more forward mount is one of the things I like about the ski, and IMO is worth...
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    I'm on metal 916s so that's one heavy setup! ...

    I'm on metal 916s so that's one heavy setup!

    I'm on the furthest back line. They have lines going forward from -6 every half-cm up to true centre.

    I have gotten a few powder days in, which was...
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    I like them at -6 so far, but carved turn...

    I like them at -6 so far, but carved turn initiation is quirky, as mentioned above. Going back a bit might give a more traditional feel, but I don't know what it would do to versatility and...
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    Review: Head A-Star

    I haven't been on the Bibby in a few years, but from what I recall, the Bibbys grab more at turn initiation but have less tail support at turn completion. I'd say the A-Star and 190 Bibby are a...
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    Those looking to read further, here are some...

    Those looking to read further, here are some threads with info about the ski:

    http://www.tetongravity.com/forums/showthread.php/290869-Head-A-Star-SW-Skis-at-Level-Nine-for-a-Killer-Deal-Team-Ski...
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    Review: Head A-Star

    There are lots of deals floating around for these online, but little in the way of reviews. I figured people would appreciate some info.

    Ski stats:

    Stated length: 187
    Measured tip-to-tail...
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