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So I have Look PX Racing 14 bindings from '08. I ride Armada ARV 185s, am 6'5" (~192.5 cm), and weigh 200 lbs. My problem is that whenever i try to do any sort of a semi fast spin (270 onto a rail, 540, and 3s sometimes too) one of my skis falls off right after I pop off the lift. My concern is that since I didn't buy pivots that is the reason the binding is coming off? The shop set my DIN at 9 and after 2 days of riding and this happening and me eating serious shit over and over again, I cranked the DIN up to 12 and saw no difference. Help please!
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I would take them into a shop, it's a bad idea to mess with bindings.
2bi4 is lightyears ahead of 4bi9, whens the last you saw someone build a house using 4bi9s? -jfletcher
probably an issue with your forward pressure. take it into a shop and have them look at them
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DON'T BLINDLY INCREASE YOU'RE DIN!!! It really doesn't have much to do with pre-releasing.
Check the forward pressure and the wear on your boots, those are the two main problems with pre-releasing. You could take them to a shop and have the bindings tested and adjusted (something you should do every year anyways), it's usually only like $5-$10.
What they said, its a bad idea to randomly crank up your din. Go to a shop and have them check it out.
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