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The high res version of this looks much better, and there's a ton of jpeg artifacts on here, any ideas on how to get rid of them?
Chazz - 14/Apr/08
@ndyM@rsh@ll - 15/Apr/08
That problem looks awesome charlie. Is it near your house?
butterworthtom - 15/Apr/08
its about a half hour drive, and about a twenty minute walk in away. tis beyond skipton town. but you're right, tis a quality problem. V6 if you do it this static way or you can dyno it at V7 though haven't tried that, i'm not one for dyno's!
Chazz - 15/Apr/08
How can it be given a harder grade if you jump? Surely the grade should be for the easiest method. I think static is harder as it takes a little skill. You don't learn owt by jumping:)
Nick Beckett - 16/Apr/08
like I say I haven't tried to dyno it, and I'd imagine if you were good at dyno's it probably would feel easier to do it that way. but its a fairly long way from the good hold to the top!
Chazz - 16/Apr/08
Holding a sloping top from an overhaning dyno is not easy, you swing out and slide off, it might be harder to get there static but stayig there is easier.
@ndyM@rsh@ll - 16/Apr/08
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Dont think its fair to comment if you haven't tried it, sometimes a dyno requires a much more complicated and 'skilled' movement than doing something static, which just requeires some lock...dynos aren't always just jumping as far as you can, you realise this pretty quickly if you try a few
Toby - 25/Nov/08