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Anyone remember a thread about a guy who took his new Simmons Gen 3 skis and did the side cutting on them to make them better at side hilling??

Been searching for that thread and haven't been able to find it yet.

I wanted to perform the same surgery on mine this summer.
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Was that conversation for the 3's? I thought it was on 2's.
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Skis performed great!
Trail performance showed no difference at all, they still tracked true with no darting whatsoever.

Off trail is where the Simmons Gen III's shine and with the cut out....even better.
  • Sled pulls over on its side a lot easier, especially on downhill turns.
  • I didn't notice any lack of flotation with the cut out...in 2 ft of powder they floated the front end effortlessly
  • Carving thru meadows of 2 ft powder was great.
  • Carving across a side hill is where the cut out really made itself noticeable.
  • It holds onto the hill a lot better...the cut out allows the outside edge to bite into the hill better. This was a very BIG noticeable difference with and then without the cut out. Before the cut out, it seemed to want to kick me out of the line I was on too easily whenever I crossed a trench or encountered bumps/humps in terrain. Change in direction while pulling a cross side hill was noticeably easier as well, a little more or less counter steer and the sled went right where I wanted it to go without any "washout" feeling.
Above testing was done in 2 ft of dry powder, over the course of the morning/afternoon, it warmed up and the snow got heavy. Other than snow conditions being different, the skis performed flawlessly in all conditions.
I think Val needs to sell them like this. With the cut, it's a perfect all around, any condition ski.

If anyone has any questions, feel free to PM me.
I am 100% glad I cut these skis. Performance has definitely been enhanced.





I used a jigsaw with a 18TPI blade, being careful to not dig into the edge of the outside skag rib (see pics in first post), then used a combo wood rasp to clean the edges (rounded rough/fine on on side of rasp, flat rough/fine on the other).

After I got straight, smooth, clean edges I used my torch along the edges to give it a smooth, finished look.

I also rode them in some extremely heavy "Cascade Concrete" snow (1.5 - 2 ft deep) ........same performance as above.



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This is on my list for this summer.
Looks like Nytrocity will go up on the stand this week and begin the long list of summer mods.
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Thinking of doing this to my new sly dogs as well. I would assume that it would have the same benefit, as these are 8 inchers as well. If it makes the slightest difference in handling on an Apex I'm all about it!

Anyone have any experience with this little mod on skis other than the Simmons?
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I think this will be today's project.
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Anyone have any experience with this little mod on skis other than the Simmons?
They been doing this cut to all powder pros for years, I think carls cycle started it.
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Bout time i had an easy project.
First ski is DONE.
This is going quite easy!
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After only a 5 month delay I finally got this little project done and off my list!!


This is our patient.
The tail end of the Simon Flexi Ski, Gen III



I started off by measuring back 1 inch from the mounting plate and marking the side wall of the ski



Then coming IN 1.5 inches from the side wall and marking a 2nd line.
This is APX. the location of the keel on the underside.



And I marked the line all the way to the tail end to follow with the Jig Saw.
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Flipped the ski over the made the same mark on the bottom.







And traced out the appx. radius curve I wanted to follow.
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