2/10/2016
Question from Snaffelhound
 
Any plans on importing the lower din forks for these bindings from Dynafit?
The women's version, available in Europe seems to have a more reasonable release.
2/10/2016
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Snaffelhound, Dynafit isn't currently offering that binding in the US unfortunately. Hopefully we can get it for next season.
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2/5/2016
Question from Scott
 
Would you think these bindings would be a good match with Coomback 104's ?
And would the 105 brake be too small for these skis?
Thanks!
2/5/2016
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Scott, yeah that would be a reasonable combo, and the 105 brakes would fit perfectly.
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1/27/2016
Question from stephen o
 
I have the previous Superlight. How does the new one compare as far as boot heal rise when in ski mode?( I think this is Delta?)
1/27/2016
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Stephen, the delta on the 2.0 is 5mm greater. Details here.
1/28/2016
Answer from stephen o
 
that must be why I like my Superlights so much more than my speed Rads. I guess if you put a plastic plate under the front toe piece of the new one that would get back to nearly flat. Thanks for the chart!
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1/5/2016
Question from Jasper
 
Hi jbo. I saw a post of yours over at wildsnow about wide skis and race bindings. What's the widest you've seen? I'm tempted to slap some of these on carbon megawatts.
1/5/2016
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Jasper, we've seen race bindings on 120mm wide skis, though there does seem to be some correlation between ski size and binding breakages. Not sure the limit of this particular binding, not enough data yet (no failures reported).
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10/29/2015
Question from Tom
 
Have you tried out the 'unofficial' flat touring mode? Would love to hear whether this is actually feasible.

Also do you have any idea of what the stock vertical release value would be (very rough estimate is fine). If you have any sense of what the replacement spring would be that would be awesome to know!

Thanks!
10/29/2015
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Tom, we haven't tried on snow yet, but we have mounted some. The heel turns sideways but there is no detent to keep it in place. We suspect it will wander and thus not be very reliable. Dynafit estimated the forward release value of the stock spring at a 9 on their scale. In theory there is a spring around a 7 RV available, though not in the US this season.
4/6/2016
Answer from abp
 
The flat touring mode works just fine, i've put many miles on mine without any auto-rotations.
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10/23/2015
Question from Kyle
 
I've seen Dynas with climbing blocks that rotate and ones that flip. The description here says you have to do both. How difficult/slow is that?

Thanks
10/23/2015
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Kyle, we're still looking forward to getting these on snow, but yes, you need to rotate and then optionally flip a high riser. This is similar to the standard Radical functionality which requires a rotation before using the heel risers. It's not quite race-speed but it won't ruin your day.
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9/29/2015
Question from Ryan
 
Does the mounting pattern for the heel piece match any of the other Dynafit heels?
9/29/2015
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Ryan, unfortunately not. While we don't have exact measurements yet, it's clearly a new pattern with the front holes wider than the rear. We will update our hole pattern guide when we receive them in the next couple weeks.
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