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K2 XT bindings?

post #1 of 7
Thread Starter 
I am interested in a pair of K2 XT.

It's a flat ski so I think I can mount any bindings.

Any suggestions on which binding to purchase for the XT?

Thanks

CJINC
post #2 of 7
I ski a K2 x-pro with Rossi Pro 140 bindings. I've had good luck with them so far. I also like the Solli 912 Ti. It's probably the lightest binding I've skied.
post #3 of 7


Fischer FX12 binders, got 'em on my Big Stix 8.6, they're ridiculously light and made by Tyrolia... more info:

Quote:
FX12 ABS
Color:Silver/Anthracite
Silver/Yellow
DIN:3.5 - 12
Stand height:21 mm
Sugg Skier Weight:from 79 lbs.
Technology:FULL DIAGONAL
ABS
FRP

SRP:$195.00
post #4 of 7
My preferences would be as follows:

1 - Rossignol Axial T-Plate 120 or Look Pivot MaxPlate P12. These are the same binding with different branding. The plate gives you a little more lift and vibration absorbtion.

2 - Salomon 912Ti PE2. This is the plate version of the Salomon 912Ti. If you are looking for something really light weight get the non-plate 912Ti.

3 - Tyrolia LD 12 Railflex. This is a binding that really intrigues me but I haven't had any experience with it yet. Everyone that has commented on them on this forum loves them. The advantage of the Railflex is it allows you to move the binding fore and aft on the ski to find the optimal position. Atomic bindings allow you to do this but they weigh more and they're Atomic bindings. If you are concerned about the mount point on your new skis you should look into these bindings.
post #5 of 7
Look P12 Lifters
post #6 of 7
we have the rossi axials on all of our xt demos at the shop I work at... super solid binding

duke
post #7 of 7
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally posted by Rio:
My preferences would be as follows:

1 - Rossignol Axial T-Plate 120 or Look Pivot MaxPlate P12. These are the same binding with different branding. The plate gives you a little more lift and vibration absorbtion.

2 - Salomon 912Ti PE2. This is the plate version of the Salomon 912Ti. If you are looking for something really light weight get the non-plate 912Ti.

3 - Tyrolia LD 12 Railflex. This is a binding that really intrigues me but I haven't had any experience with it yet. Everyone that has commented on them on this forum loves them. The advantage of the Railflex is it allows you to move the binding fore and aft on the ski to find the optimal position. Atomic bindings allow you to do this but they weigh more and they're Atomic bindings. If you are concerned about the mount point on your new skis you should look into these bindings.
I had a chance last weekend to ski the XT with the 912 Ti Pe2 set up and the skis ROCKED!

Just ordered the skis and the bindings

Thanks everybody for your input!

P.S. Does anyone know the base and side edge angles for the K2 XT?

Thanks again!

CJINC
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