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  • #31
    Originally posted by kyu View Post
    Mission accomplished. Excited to try them out tomorrow. Had a casualty along the way so there's no going back.... without buying more parts

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    Awesome! If you don't mind me asking, how much approximately did it cost including shipping for the binding and boots?
    Boards:
    RVL8 2012 Rockered Condor 110cm
    RVL8 2011 Kirk Thompson Pro "KTP" 101cm
    RVL8 2012 Rumspringa "MaryJane" 103cm
    RVL8 2007 ALP 110cm

    Bindings:
    Bomber Elite2
    RVL8 2014 Receptor "Black"
    Spruce Composite Riser

    Boots:
    Nordica Ace of Spades 2013

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    • #32
      Originally posted by MoltenCore View Post
      Awesome! If you don't mind me asking, how much approximately did it cost including shipping for the binding and boots?
      The boots cost $280 (had a 10% eBay bucks so $252 if I remember to use my bucks). I went without a liner to save on costs. Bought some new liners from a ski shop for $30 (my current liners were packed out a little too much). I already had the bombers and the fintecs and heel receivers were $220ish

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      Boards: 15 Blunt XL / 13 Slapdash
      Bindings: Bomber 2 Elite / Zero Pro
      Boots: Atomic Hawx 2.0 100

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      • #33
        Originally posted by Fedfan View Post
        How do you all compare the boot weight, stiffness, etc. compared to regular ski boots? I have an old set of Raichle 123's from my alpine snowboard phase and they are heav-VEE and soft compared to my FT Booters.

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        The boots seem a bit more stiff than my regular boots (Atomic Overload 100 with the soft heel piece a small tear in the shell). Weight seems pretty close I can weigh them when I get back and let you know exactly.

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        Boards: 15 Blunt XL / 13 Slapdash
        Bindings: Bomber 2 Elite / Zero Pro
        Boots: Atomic Hawx 2.0 100

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        • #34
          Originally posted by kyu View Post
          The boots seem a bit more stiff than my regular boots (Atomic Overload 100 with the soft heel piece a small tear in the shell). Weight seems pretty close I can weigh them when I get back and let you know exactly.

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          The atomic shells weigh 56oz and the Deeluxe with fintec soles weigh 70oz

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          Boards: 15 Blunt XL / 13 Slapdash
          Bindings: Bomber 2 Elite / Zero Pro
          Boots: Atomic Hawx 2.0 100

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          • #35
            One more bump for the search for bomber elite 2s.

            I have put in 8 days on the new set up and I am loving it. Still makes me so happy to step in. It really does change the feel of the boards. They completely changed my feelings on the RCs. The XLs still seem a little odd in powder to me. The Stickies were great as well (I've yet to try them with regular not release).
            Boards: 15 Blunt XL / 13 Slapdash
            Bindings: Bomber 2 Elite / Zero Pro
            Boots: Atomic Hawx 2.0 100

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            • #36
              Not sure if you are still searching for Bomber Elite 2 bindings or not. I have a set I was thinking about posting but wasn't sure what a reasonable price was. I was thinking $80 plus shipping, let me know if you are interested.

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              • #37
                If theyíre not interested , I might be


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                • #38
                  Questions... I am really liking this step in modification... I found deeluxe boots in my size... which is 31.0, so itís tough... but does anyone have links for the heels, and receivers... Iím having trouble finding them... and I have a set of bombers that all Of the sudden look like they REALLY need to be modded. Haha


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                  • #39
                    Questions... I am really liking this step in modification... I found deeluxe boots in my size... which is 31.0, so itís tough... but does anyone have links for the heels, and receivers... Iím having trouble finding them... and I have a set of bombers that all Of the sudden look like they REALLY need to be modded.


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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by DreGarciaTAT2 View Post
                      Questions... I am really liking this step in modification... I found deeluxe boots in my size... which is 31.0, so it’s tough... but does anyone have links for the heels, and receivers... I’m having trouble finding them... and I have a set of bombers that all Of the sudden look like they REALLY need to be modded.


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                      Their site is a bit wonky. It still took me a while to find the links.

                      http://bomberonline.3dcartstores.com...-Kit_p_30.html
                      And
                      http://bomberonline.3dcartstores.com...els_p_190.html
                      Boards: 15 Blunt XL / 13 Slapdash
                      Bindings: Bomber 2 Elite / Zero Pro
                      Boots: Atomic Hawx 2.0 100

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                      • #41
                        Originally posted by kyu View Post

                        Their site is a bit wonky. It still took me a while to find the links.

                        http://bomberonline.3dcartstores.com...-Kit_p_30.html
                        And
                        http://bomberonline.3dcartstores.com...els_p_190.html
                        So this step in set up, are they still non-release?

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                        • #42
                          Originally posted by mvhoffman View Post

                          So this step in set up, are they still non-release?
                          Yes. They give you the tight feel of a traditional nonrelease with the added ability to "step in". So no more bending over, pinching your fingertips on toe bales. To release, there is a cable that runs up the boot.
                          Just these, nothing else !

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                          • #43
                            Originally posted by Bad Wolf View Post

                            Yes. They give you the tight feel of a traditional nonrelease with the added ability to "step in". So no more bending over, pinching your fingertips on toe bales. To release, there is a cable that runs up the boot.
                            Thanks buddy. I actually watched a video on YouTube about them after seeing the post here. They look neat, but Iíll stick to my risers.


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                            • #44
                              Originally posted by mvhoffman View Post

                              Thanks buddy. I actually watched a video on YouTube about them after seeing the post here. They look neat, but Iíll stick to my risers.


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                              Me too, I don't think I could go back to non release now. It's not so much the safety factor as it is the ability to step in and go.
                              Just these, nothing else !

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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by Bad Wolf View Post

                                Me too, I don't think I could go back to non release now. It's not so much the safety factor as it is the ability to step in and go.
                                it would be great to have something as light as the Receptors. I did like the light weight factor, but the step in convenience and safety factor of the Risers are wonderful.

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