When I compared my Redster seppas (pc of plastic at the bottom of the boot under the liner) to the ones in my old Dalbello Scorpions I found out that there is a 10mm difference. So I took a pc of foam and stuck it under the Redsters seppa. Compressed it gave it a 5mm raise. To my surprice it did not mess up the fitting of the boot. It actually gave it a better fit. More snugg. So, what is the best way of increasing the ramp angle? Especially on the Redster since it has a funcky seppa. Do I stick something under the seppa and forget to attach it to the base of the boot or do I try to build something on the top of the seppa? And how do I do that? Note that if I raise the seppa then I need to go wider as well.... Why does the seppa need to be screwed to the base of the boot?
The reason I want to increase the angle is to give it a tighter fit. And to go a bit higher under the heel for better leveradge.