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Dynastar Intuitiv -- What Bindings?

post #1 of 6
Thread Starter 
I thought I read somewhere that these skis, since that have a plate pre-installed, were drilled for Look bindings. Is that true and if so, will they accept other bindings (salomons)?
post #2 of 6
I think that is the case and you are limited to the bindings that the plate is predrilled for. Here is some more info:

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post #3 of 6
JT,

I just bought the Intuitive 69L for my wife and had the Look bindings installed. I was there when the tech mounted the bindings. There weren't pre-drilled holes, he had to drill all the holes.

As a side note, I have Rossi/Looks on my skis and have never pre-released. I ski them at 7.5. I'm 5'9", 185 lbs expert skier.

Jim
post #4 of 6
I would go with looks because that is what dynastar reccommends for that plate, you cant really go wrong with it. for example - Putting a marker piston binding on top of an autodrive plate just doesnt make sense.
Look or Rossi for the intuitiv
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GREG
post #5 of 6
I'd highly recommend the Look Pivot bindings. I've got P12s on my Intuitiv Bigs and love them. Unlike the Markers I've used in the past, the Looks seem to hold when you need them to and release very smoothly when when you really need it. Also, with the plate on your ski you'd rather have Looks as the have a much smaller footprint than any other binding allowing the ski to flex more freely. Another plus is that they are lighter.

- Good Luck

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post #6 of 6
Thread Starter 
The thing is I already have Saloman binndings. So I want to make sure if I get the skis the bindings will work.

Thanks for the info...JT
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