Has anyone had experience with shaving off the knobs on the Dyanfit Zzero cuffs to allow them to flex farther? The knobs are on the inside of the cuff and the top of the back of the bottom shell. They are designed to stop the boot from flexing past a certain point. It would be easy to remove them, but I am wondering about the resulting change in performance of the boot. I have the 4-buckle "green machine" carbon model. Anyone tried this?
There are two locked ski positions, and I use the one with the most forward lean, which results in almost no flex before the stops kick in.