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Atomic C9 vs B9.18s

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
Out of curiosity, last week I tried a pair of year 2004 Atomic C9s and then a pair of year 2002 Atomic 9.18s, both 170s. I couldn't feel any difference, which I'll admit might say more about me than the skis. Does anybody know what changed, apart from the tips and the graphics.
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Yes. I am replying to myself! on the off chance that someone is interested in the question... and the answer is .... it is virtually the same ski. The C9 has been updated with Pulsers that increased the stiffness a bit. Atomic also softened the shovel slightly to make turn initiation easier.
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