Dear members of the forum,
I'm a long time lurker of this forum, but I write here for the second time because I've been thinking about something recently:
My good ol' Rossi Bandit B2 (the noodlecore ones) were recently mounted with some new bindings, but I have realized something: that the boot center mark is off 6-7mm forward from the manufacturer's recommended mounting line, as seen in the picture:
I was wondering if this is going have a negative effect on the ski's performance. From my experience with other skis, skiing 11mm behind the mark was noticeable in the sense that it was difficult to put pressure on the shovel of the skis. I know that this has been covered here before, but I'm asking this because but back then I attributed this to the lack of ramp angle of the bindings I was using (those horrible Naxo freerando ones). But recently I got into paranoid mode about this.
So, what's your opinion on this? Is remounting the toe pieces is out of question since the holes are going to be too close to each other? Will the difference be negligible or noticeable in your experience? Or maybe should I stop thinking things too much given the fact that I'm not Bode Miller?
Thanks in advance :)