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I just got a pair of Dynastar Speed 63's and I need to know what type of binding i need to fit the autodrive. I have salomon bindings but no one knows how to put them on. Please help
post #2 of 15
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Originally Posted by halfdollarmark32
I just got a pair of Dynastar Speed 63's and I need to know what type of binding i need to fit the autodrive. I have salomon bindings but no one knows how to put them on. Please help
Hi Half doller,

If the ski has a plate, it will require Look or Rossignol bindings. Depending on model and year they needs the Look Pivot or Rossignol Axial, they may also accept the Look Nova and Rossignol Axium.

What year is the ski and describe the plate please. Is it the wine-bottle shaped plate under the heel only, or is it a full length plate. How many holes are in the heel portion of the plate?

Michael
post #3 of 15
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Originally Posted by halfdollarmark32
I just got a pair of Dynastar Speed 63's and I need to know what type of binding i need to fit the autodrive. I have salomon bindings but no one knows how to put them on. Please help
If it is the metal plate, you are able to put salomon "plus plates" on, and then the standard salomon bindings. This will raise you in height. I only advise you to do this if the dynatar plate is the metal one.

I did it to my older omeglass 64, but had the Look P14 lifter instead on the 63, as i didn't trust the plastic type plate.

The boot plate range is not massive, maybe 295 - 325 as possibilities.
post #4 of 15
this is going of the subjsct just a little but can i ask how did you set the toe piece height on your salomon bindings
post #5 of 15
you can read the Salomon tech guide......

Or.

Ensure length is set correctly, and you wind up the toe, and the toe wings out. Snap boot into binding, and then again check the length is right. Now check the boot is postioned centrally at the front (equal clearance between the wings), and wind the height down so there is just enough room to swipe a business card/piece of paper under the boot freely. Then adjust the wings in, such that they just touch the boot. Then take the boot out, snap back in again and check all above.

Go ski..


Salomon phrase it as follows

Toe Height

Micrometric Models.
All Salomon retail binding models
must have a clearance of 0-0.5
mm between the AFD and boot
toe. <Fig J> Raise the toe by turning
the adjustment screw, located
on top of the toe piece, counterclockwise.
Pull the boot back to
create a gap between the boot
sole and the binding AFD. Adjust
the toe height to create a gap of
not more than 0.5 mm or until the
boot sole just touches the AFD.
You can use a Salomon 0.5 mm
toe height adjustment card to
gauge this clearance. Do not over
tighten. (Always re-check the
forward pressure adjustment after
making any toe cup adjustments.)

Automatic Wing
Adjustment Models.
Spheric Sport and Quadrax model
toe height adjust automatically.
post #6 of 15
thanks for the advice
Can you tell me the website you got the information of
post #7 of 15
so after you have made the o.oo5 gap and you stop pulling the boot back the boot should touch the AFD pad ,:
Please reply
Thanks
post #8 of 15
The boot should touch at the front and at the wings.
post #9 of 15
Thanks
post #10 of 15
I have these skis on which I mounted Look P12 bindings. Mount bindings the same way as with any ski not drilled for a specific binding. I don't recall what size drill I used or if I tapped the holes. Ask a Dynastar dealer.
post #11 of 15
Does anyone know the website for the salomon tech guide
: :
post #12 of 15
i can email you the pdf(s) if that is any help
post #13 of 15
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Originally Posted by Jamez
Does anyone know the website for the salomon tech guide
: :
http://www.salomoncertification.com/download.jsp
post #14 of 15
thanks for the advice
post #15 of 15
i tried my skis at my local ski slope and i could twist out the bindings when i was standing still is this a good thing or should i lower the toe height.
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