I am wondering if there is a non-destructive way to play with the ramp angle by non-destructively tweaking zeppa.
I am in a two year old pair of Nordica Doberman 130's. I have pretty close to a 0 degree delta with VIST plate system (7mm delta unadjusted) with 3mm riser on the boot and 4mm shim under the toe piece.
I would like to be a bit more upright in the boot. Major chicken shins. I use both Doberman Race Liner and new v2 Intuition plug liner. To make up for space between shins and tongue I use Insta print tongue shims and Booster strap around liner.
But still get unpleasant quad burn - perhaps because I am forward before shins engage with tongue. Thinking that reducing delta may "bring the boot to me." Make sense? If so, is there a way of playing with the ramp angle by tweaking the zeppa in a way that does not involve grinding it, at least at first.