hey guys looking to get a new longboard either the takayama-in the pink or the bing levitator . i am looking at these two for there nose riding abilities and just to cruz on flat summer NJ days right now a have a tudor LB that has a decent amount of rocker and is a little thiner and is more of a performance LB. any insight greatly appreciated . ps anybody wanna buy a joel tudor LB 9'2"
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Thread: in the pink or levitator
in the pink or levitator
why the cooperfish
ok thanks for the info.
May 6, 2013, 12:28 PM #4
Levitator all the way. I ran into a similar predicament last year: nose rider or performance. I was a little skeptical about the Levitator's wide tail on our EC chop, so I went with the Elevator, which offers a little more performance than just noseriding. If I could go back.... The Elevator totally flies - I can only imagine how the Levitator rides. A few dudes on my street have Levitators and they absolutely swear by them. On the same note, I know some tough dudes that love their pink. You've selected two great boards and you really can't go wrong either way.
May 6, 2013, 03:30 PM #5
Wish I had the cash on me for the board above. Still have the Joel Tudor for sale.
May 6, 2013, 11:06 PM #7Senior Member
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I love my pink. It is so much easier to walk on than any other board I've owned. I usually go with 1 fin in small waves. It also does quite well up to shoulder high especially when it is clean but feels a little slow. I have a 9' T Patterson for faster waves. Don't know about the Levitator.
thanks for the replies gonna wait till i get some more reviews
May 7, 2013, 02:59 AM #9
Levitator all the way. Both good boards but I think the Levitator is superior.
i was looking at getting a custom brain wynn but i have heard so much good stuff about the other 2 boards . if i go for the levitator one of the guys that works at the shop i go to can get it custom dims for not a bad price if i went for the pink i would get one off the rack at the shop. i will deff do some more research for some east coast shapers now that u mentioned it .