Because I'm a ricer deutschbag the BMW also now has halos.
It's like they got a cheaper Patrick Marleau.Also, Mmmmmmm joe thornton on the maple leafs. When does next season start?
Actually the photons are going to exert some non-zero force but it will be directed backwards. Afaik.Yeah they're LEDs. They absolutely make the car faster because photons or something.
I watched your video about this, so jealous. I'd love to have a mini truck for trips to home depot / lumberyardI recently drove an imported Honda Acty around and it was a freaking riot around downtown.
cheaper and better!It's like they got a cheaper Patrick Marleau.
Are you posting on Facebook? I need to sell a bunch of parts.Rearranged some things in the garage and made a new and hopefully final post to sell the rest of my Miata things. Several years in the game means a lot of crap accumulated. Also moved my new wheels into the shed. More space is more gooder. Must keep selling.
Thank you for the advice! I'll have to check it out. Rocking a pair of Pro Stock CCM Super Tacks 2.0.The curve is subjective, sort of. What I found is that the curve also has a specific lie that goes with it. Your goal should be to have the bottom of your stick flat on the ice. If you are always on the heel or toe then you are making it much harder on yourself to catch a good pass or have maximum puck control. The way you can tell what you have when you're actually playing is pay attention to the tape wear pattern.
This page has a decent explanation of the concept. Lie – The Stick Guru
Once you figure out what lie you need, you can then match that to the available curves with that lie. Then you can read the curve charts for their suggested uses and shot types and narrow it in even more. In my experience the lie is something you pretty much have to have correct. Once you know the lie then the curve is totally subjective.
Flex is another thing that's fairly subjective. I use a 75 flex stick and really like it. I can get some good whip on my wrist shots. Phil Kessel was known for using a 65 flex which was a big part of what made his wristers what they were. But, I know guys on my team that insist they need a 105 flex. The good thing is that once you know your curve/lie you can pretty much get it with any flex you want.