Originally Posted by Westcat
Noodler I was looking at picking up a pair of the Tyrolia Carbon D9 SX on Ebay, but in the writeup it said the Stand height for the heel is 31mm and for the toe is 23.5mm. Seems like a 7.5mm difference is a fair amount of ramp angle, not sure if those specs are correct though, any idea if that is accurate?
I'm not sure where they got those numbers, but they're totally inaccurate for that binding.
The Cyber Carbon D9 SX (when used with the included silver lifter) has a 5mm delta. The Power Select series has a 7.5mm delta. The Free Flex Plus series has a 3.5mm delta. These deltas are totally comparable to Marker, Look, and Salomon. I'm not sure about the Railflex line since I don't own any (yet!).
For some of my setups I don't use the included silver Cyber SX lifter and I've swapped components with the toe shim and AFD so that I can mount the Cyber Carbon D9s "free". In this setup the delta is 2.0mm.
Note that all of the Tyrolia binding "components" are completely compatible and can be mixed and matched. You can put Cyber Carbon D9s and Mojo 15s on Free Flex Plus plates. You can put Mojo 15s on the Cyber SX lifter. The AFDs are swappable, the heels tracks too, as well as the brakes across almost all models.
Also note that most of my setups use the Tyrolia Carve Plates below them so that I can move the bindings fore/aft position and swap them out without re-drilling the skis. They have 9mm, 13mm, and 23mm(!) plates available. I haven't used the 23mm plates, but have a couple pairs available if anyone wants them.