|Originally posted by MelloBoy:
I think from the base to the ski boot bottom, it was...57 mm or something. REALLY high for normal skiing..
That's nothing.. The setup I'm running now, with my Tyrolia Cyber D9 Bindings, and the Super Carve plate has me standing at 72 mm off the snow!
: And you're right MelloBoy, Once you're up that high, you definitely don't want to go back..
About the PS bindings. I used to mount Tyrolia bindings, (and others) and I honestly can't remember if there was a mounting issue with the tyrolia plates and the PS bindings.. My Super Carve plates have an elastomer damping material in them, and that may interfere. Another fact is that with both plates, the front section is not connected to the back section (so the ski can flex more naturally), therefore that may also intefere with the PS mounting arrangement. The best thing would be to consult a knowledgeable ski shop in your area that mounts Tyrolia bindings..