1/5/2017
Question from Richard
 
Do you still have the adjustment plates for the superlite 1.0 (red one) in stock?

1/5/2017
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Richard, we have some without hardware. You'd have to grind down some screws to fit.
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12/21/2016
Question from John Baldwin
 
Hi Jason
Do you have any heel adjustment plates for the Speed Superlite 1.0 tripod heel?
Thanks
John
12/21/2016
Answer from jbo
 
Hi John, we will within the next couple weeks.
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12/14/2016
Question from torben rognmo
 
hello , will your dynafit adjustment plates fit my "old" dynafit superlight binding ( red type) and do ypu have this in stock and ship to Norway?
12/14/2016
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Torben. You need the 1.0 version for those bindings, which are unfortunately out of stock.
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11/30/2016
Question from Thatcher
 
I'm looking at the Superlight 2.0 heal adjustment plate and I have a couple questions:
1. Are these packaged in twos or do I need to add two items to the cart in order to get two?
2. Do you recommend a toe shim to keep the foot from being too forward leaning? or is it not a big deal?
3. Is it a fairly easy adjustment if I'm regularly switching between two different boots?
11/30/2016
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Thatcher,
1. These are sold in pairs so Qty of 1 will suffice.
2. It makes a bigger difference for shorter boots and shorter skis, but in general I wouldn't worry about it unless you notice it affecting your skiing.
3. It's not too bad, there are for screws to loosen and re-tighten.
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10/27/2016
Question from Scott S
 
Are the Superlight 1.0 and 2.0 toe patterns the same? (They look similar.) Will a 2.0 toe adjustment plate work for a 1.0 toe?
10/27/2016
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Scott, the toe pattern didn't change, but unfortunately the toe plate is not available for the 2.0. We have some toe shift plates from B&D and Kreuzspitze and hopefully will have a replacement bolt-tension option soon.
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9/21/2016
Question from Fedor F
 
Are you going to have an old style of the front plates in stock?
9/21/2016
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Fedor, we are unable to get any more of those from Dynafit, but we should have something similar. I will let you know.
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11/29/2015
Question from Mace
 
Do you know if the mounting pattern for the heal plates matches the standard tlt/radical heal mount?
11/29/2015
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Mace, they do not. The pattern is listed here.
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10/19/2015
Question from Michela
 
Hello Skimo.co,

I would like to get an adjustment plate for my old race set up and use a speed radical heel piece. Will this plate work? I couldn't quite tell from the descriptions. Thanks in advance!

Michela
10/19/2015
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Michela! Actually no, these heel plates are meant to the tripod heel found on the Low Tech Race and Speed Superlite. The toe piece does work with the Speed Rads though. The Radical heels have adjustment built in though, so you shouldn't need these.
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9/26/2015
Question from Brian
 
Regarding the rear plate and SLs - is there a feeling if these would provide a more "stable" or "secure" mount with the enlarged bolt pattern than the tripod alone or is the real world difference negligible? Do skis "feel" any different with the plates vs. direct mount of SLs?
9/28/2015
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Brian, I haven't noticed any feel difference using the plates. It's hard to quantify the difference without breaking a lot of skis, but I think for most skiers on most skis the difference is somewhere between negligible and irrelevant.
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9/16/2015
by Jonathan S (used product a few times)
 
Five Stars for a beautifully engineered variation on the typical race binding adjustment plate, with a toe plate that is unique as a nearly universal option for race bindings.

Background on product familiarity: I’ve set up the heel plates for a partner’s Dynafit Speed Superlite, and am currently setting up the toe plates for my own Plum Race.

First, the first impressions out of the box: Dynafit definitely put in some extra effort to minimize both the weight and height, as the undersides of the plates are beautiful just to hold and behold. But the unheralded feature is that although the heel plates work only for the Dynafit Low Tech Race and Speed Superlite “1.0” versions, the toe plates are a unique option for a continuously adjustable nearly universal race binding adjustment plate.

Second impressions, in use, for adapting to other toes: The front of the toe plate has a section that is entirely open. If your race toe has a separate striker plate (i.e., for the toe lever) that requires some support underneath, then the original 30mm adjustment range in front will be reduced to ~17mm in order to avoid this void. Alternatively, if you don’t plan to use ski crampons, or if your binding model’s ski crampon clip doesn’t require support underneath, then you can simply mount the toe plate backwards. (The only asymmetry other than the void is entirely cosmetic, so swapping is possible even after mounting.)

You might also need to grind down the provided T20 screws (i.e., same head style as all current Dynafit bindings), or you can experiment with grinding down any M6 10mm screws from a hardware store (but keep in mind that you’ll probably be limited to a Phillips or socket head, so potentially another driver style to keep in your repair kit).

Third impressions, for long-term durability: As with similar designs for heel plates from other brands, very straightforward once adjusted. But you plan to swap between different boots very often, then better to get a single-screw “worm drive” design.
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