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Head Tyrolia Mojo 12 Bindings Forward Pressure

post #1 of 6
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Should the Forward Pressure adjustment on this binding be midway between the etched lines when the boot is in the heel piece with the heel piece closed?

 

My ignorance confusion is, I don't know how it could be in anyother position(midway between the lines when closed) if the heel piece is adjusted correctly for the length of the boot BSL.

 

Am I missing something. As backdrop I ordered a pair of skis and bindings on the web and the bindings were mounted for my correct boot BSL. Instructions on the bindings when I received them said they need to be taken to a Tyrolia binding tech for adjustment of forward pressure and retention. When I put my boots in the bindings and closed the binding the Forward Pressure tab was about midway between the lines without me doing anything.

 

Can you mount these bindings for the correct BSL and not have the Forward Pressure Tab adjusted correctly?

 

Thanks in advance for your inputs and information

post #2 of 6

Yes, it should be in the middle of the region of the 5 scribed lines.  Tyrolia/Head actually accept any position within the 5 scribed lines as sufficient, but in my experience if you're near the forward most line (or beyond it) you do not have enough forward pressure and if you're near the last line (or beyond it) you have too much.

post #3 of 6
Thread Starter 

Thanks Noodler, Appreciate the confirmation. 

 

 I bought the Head Peak 90' skis,  Mojo Bindings  mounted ,and received Free Poles from Level Nine  along with Free Shipping for $447!

 

Heading to Vail Friday- Tuesday. I hope I get lucky and see some pow on the back end of the trip.. First days I will experience unfortunately how these skis ski soft snow I'm afraid.

 

 

post #4 of 6

It depends on your boot sole length.  Most will have you somewhere in the middle, but some boot soles are just long enough that you are near the end of the range at one position, but moving the heel piece to the next spot and clicking it in puts you off the scale the other way.  In any event, it sounds like you got it in the middle, so you need not worry.

post #5 of 6
Thread Starter 
Thanks Ghost. i guess it would. Be prudent to take the skis and bindings to a shop for adjustment ,but it looks like even I was able to figure this out thanks to the helpful and knowledgeable Epic Ski posters Thank you.
post #6 of 6

I'm not sure if the MOJO is the same as my FF17+ and other Tyrolias, but the only thing to make sure of on my bindings is if you move the binding back or forth, make sure the tab locks into then new slot.

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