Tune: $40 includes Sharpen + Wax + Chrystal Glide stone finish and Radial Base finish on our Montana Challenge.
High Performance Tune: $45 Includes Cup Wheel finish for a more polished and sharper side edge.
Grind: $50 Includes Making the ski flat and final structure. (no Edging)
Grind with Edging: $58 Bevel to your spec. *ADULT FIS GS skis are done with Radial unless asked otherwise. .4 under foot .7 tip & tail. SL at .5 unless asked. .3 upon request.
Full Race Prep: $105 Includes sidewalls prepped, bevel angles set and skis ground with base structure, Base Prep wax and hot box cycle.
Welding: $5 + Includes Base welding with P-Tex or Epoxy for Delam work.
Hot Wax Only: $10 Real Deal Hot Wax with Iron
Hot Box Cycle: $20
Mount System Bindings: $25 Includes Test
Toque Test: $22
Mount Standard Flat Ski + Binding: $49 Bought elsewhere*
SIDE edge only with quick wax: $15 **not all skis are available for this service.
Season tuning packages are available and customized to the needs of the individual skier. Call or stop by to discuss your tuning needs with one of our expert technicians.
Mogul skiers demand a ski that can accelerate quickly but still swivel and not catch on the side of moguls. Using the same grind we use on many of our SL skis with less depth of cut to allow easier lateral movement but still having a structure to brake suction.
DEPTH OF CUT: 3-6 1/2 100 mm
OTHER: all snow conditions for consistency of ski-ability
The lines outside the bow are actually blank with no texture. The computer has trouble rendering this.
If you took a GS course and turned up the gate sides toward each other and left the transition flat, like a captial U, and then removed the snow under the gate so that it would be suspended horizontally in the air, you would have in essence a half pipe run. All the new grinding technology with bows or chevrons has failed to help the pipe skier because these grinds are all developed for skis to travel in one direction. The only true bidirectional grinds are those that are cross or straight liner. We have developed a few grinds from our knowledge of GS racing skis and combined with what we know about spinning and come up with what you see below.
Structure: VR4-PIPE-70 xx
Depth of Cut: 5-8 1/2 100mm, Usually lighter
Other: A GS grind inside for straight line speed and a finer cross on the outside to brake suction and still allow less rotational drag when entering the pipe. The fine texture on the side helps brake suction on the softer/newer snow across the transition. The outside areas can also be made blank for harder snow or ease of transition from a late spin landing.