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post #1 of 6
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I obtained a pair of Fisher RC4 Progressor for racing our local night leagues series.  I am in need of a set of bindings that fit the plate that is on there.  The picture is below.  Fischer bindings were on it before.  Fischer bindings are made by Tyrolia which also make Heads.
 
I am 6', 175lb and ski with a DIN of 7.  
 
Would these fit?  Head Free Flex Plus 11 Ski Bindings  The price is right.
 
Thanks John
 
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post #2 of 6

Head and Tyrolia are the same so they should, best thing would be finding the drill pattern for those bindings and see if it matches the plate

 

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they follow the 92W pattern which should be the same as the one on race plates.

also: http://www.epicski.com/t/93645/head-freeflex-plus-11-bindings-will-they-mount-to-fischer-jr-race-skis


Edited by jzamp - 12/7/12 at 3:02pm
post #3 of 6
Yes, that is the correct fitting. Virtually any current tyrolia/Fischer/élan/head binding that is non rail flex/non system uses the same standard fitting (the 92 jig pattern) . I would be a bit cautious of the ff 11 though for race usage at your weight. It uses the lighter weight, non race toe and i suspect you might be stretching it a bit, even if you are only running at 7. If you want something beefier, I have a new pair of élan ff17 race bindings I can do for 120 shipped
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Head FF+11 is binding from the season 2007/08.With older Free Flex system.The binding will fit on your plate,but price is not a good.To Flow Flex plates,should be mounted two-piece binding,no the Free Flex system.But,who cares?smile.gif 

 

..Elan ER 17.0 FF PRO from ScotsSkier will probably a better deal for racing.

post #5 of 6
You can mount any tyrolia chassis binding that fits the plate hole pattern.

But - you have to use shorter screws like the ones on flow flex bindings.

If you don't use shorter screws and install bindings, you will de-camber the ski severely. And it will be rockered when placed base to base.
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But - you have to use shorter screws like the ones on flow flex bindings.


Thanks for the note.Yes.You're right.Should be used one of a conversion set FreeFlex to Flow Flex No.162752 or No.162829.

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