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K12 CTi rail system or a K12 ti tradtional ?

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Extremely close to pulling the trigger on the Kastle MX83 in a 173
and have the options of the rail system or traditional.

This setup would be for frontside: groomer zoomer and moguls as well.

I have my thoughts but curious if anyone has any pros/cons for one over the others.

Thanks
brad in michigan.
post #2 of 7

kti plate! harder snow with some lift is a great thing. I am putting a Head PRD 12 on mine. 33.5mm of rise on an adjustable binding for dialing in.  Just makes getting edge to edge a little quicker. 

post #3 of 7

I would also recommend the Kastle Rail System. The newer binding system is made for Kastle by Head/Tyrolia. I may be wrong but I think the Head Powerrail 12 (PRD12) is the same binding. The PRD12 is currently available at EVO.COM for only $121 with the power plate and free shipping.

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I would also recommend the Kastle Rail System. The newer binding system is made for Kastle by Head/Tyrolia. I may be wrong but I think the Head Powerrail 12 (PRD12) is the same binding. The PRD12 is currently available at EVO.COM for only $121 with the power plate and free shipping.

 

I am not sure who is making the new Kastle binding, they used to use re-branded Markers; but that's exactly where I bought mine. You can't get a better deal on a very good binding with adjustability.  I wouldn't put it on a off-piste/soft snow oriented ski due to the stack height but for groomers this is a solid choice  
post #5 of 7

Tyrolia.

post #6 of 7

then my bet is its a rebranded PRD 12. 

post #7 of 7

You can get the 14 as well if you want.

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