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Ski Bindings re-mount To Centre Position

HI everyone.
I assume from the ski posts that this forum is filled enthusiastic and experienced skiers and snowboarders alike.

I have a question that you guys may be able to help me with.

I have been skiing For 3 seasons now, 2 of those on my K2 extreme twin tips. I would say I am intermediate/advanced skiier.. Black runs are no problem but mostly do jibbing around the piste and through tree runs. Also try to go offpiste if weather permits but still on the beginner level.

So I have my Ski's set up quite traditionally, I am however thinking of switching to centre mount, as switching backwards is a bit of a hassle, the balance does not feel right (need more momentum for the first switch). I guess centre mounting would fix that problem.

However the question is: Will it compromise the ski integrity if i remount my bindings for a centre mount position?

And does anyone have any Pro's/con's ridning centre mount? I mean Performance offpiste and on piste... Is there a big impact?

Thanks Guys!
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