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Liquid Force Element 2007

Postby Pipes » Fri Jun 29, 2007 3:36 am

Thinking about buying one,anybody with experience on this board have any opinions,pop, durability etc?I'm 85kgs and looking at the 140.
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Postby kiterpimp323 » Fri Jun 29, 2007 5:22 pm

I have been riding the Recoil for a bit now just for something new, but the Element will always be my most favorate board. The durrability is unmatched. Get the 134 the graphics are sick, but I do like black and Red. The 140 is a great board to so get what you want as far as size.

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Postby ScottM » Fri Jun 29, 2007 5:43 pm

kiterpimp323 wrote: The durrability is unmatched.
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Postby surf-turkey » Fri Jun 29, 2007 5:57 pm

I don't ride LF stuff but I was just wondering...does anyone else read ScottMs' posts and have a hard time taking it seriously considering his avatar pic is a cat that talks like Antonio Banderras? :oops:

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Postby ScottM » Fri Jun 29, 2007 6:17 pm

Come on .... Antonio Banderras... man didn't he play Zorro with Catherine Zeta Jones as his female partner!! 8)


But the LF thing... kiterpimp is pimping them as unbreakable, but my mate snapped 2 LF boards late last year! He's on another brand no issues. Warranty wise they were good about it, but to say they are unbreakable, not buying it.

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Postby kev o'brien » Fri Jun 29, 2007 8:54 pm

ive got one - only had three sessions on it so not too much info

im 75kgs and got the 140, its power hungry so not suitable for the lighter wind days, pop is insane, a bit too much for me at the moment
i lost a fin on my last session but noticed the screws only go through the board about 10mm if that so i would suggest not using the plastic washers that come with the screws to give them a bit more bite

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Postby kiterpimp323 » Fri Jun 29, 2007 11:28 pm

Dang, broke two, he must be some kind of rider. But really there is no stronger board out there so if he broke that he was gonna break anything. If you notice in Auto Focus, all the riders from other companies are all using Moe's element because it is the strongest.

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Postby ScottM » Fri Jun 29, 2007 11:34 pm

Yeah that's what you'd have thought, but he's just a regular rider, I'd asay pretty good. but not hard on gear. Both the original board and the replacement broke within 2 weeks of getting them. He's on Airush and everything is fine. :-?

My feeling is those LF's were dreaming of a life in bindings and sliders when they came off the production line, but they were so disgusted with our crap cold water and choppy conditions they commited Hara-kiri the first chance they got!! :lol:


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