ASRA - Australian Skateboard Racing Association

Would this be a good freeride/light downhill board?

Could it be compared to the 9two5? More stable? Better for standies?

Tags: killswitch, rayne

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if you are getting a killswitch, make sure you get panhead bolts. they will make your slides buttery.
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Caspian 'CastoK' Baska said:
if you are getting a killswitch, make sure you get panhead bolts. they will make your slides buttery.
bro it was designed by krimes and built by rayne, has won loads of world cups, its symetrical and its the fucking bomb, what else do you need to know, go buy it!!!! stop dreaming and start shredding

I have one and its rad.
Standies are easy enough.

Get it 

I plan to once i sell my wolfshark complete

Someone help me out ;)

you want a comet fsm?
the killswitch is a good board my frields had the topmount and drop and both have cracked heaps
I keep hearing about these boards cracking, how heavy is your friend?  I'm sure it can't crack that easily, or rayne would be out of business by now.

 yeah bro mine cracked too , but im shore i can still fix it.

http://www.skateboardracing.org.au/photo/leg-chop

 

your link didn't work, but for those who want to see, here you go

I dont like it.
Is the killswitch worth the money?

Ye true man

Its all good

Tim said:

dude to some people its worth it, to others its a waste of money.

pretty much everyone has a different riding style so if you dont know what you want. find someone that lives close to you with this board  and ask for a go and test it out for yourself.

sorry if it sound like im a dick.

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