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UPZ RC10 and F2 race Titanium

Post by ward » Sunday 1 December 2019, 15:50

Hello,

I would like to know the current size of my F2 race titanium bindings, because they are on the smalest setting and when buying new i would like to buy the right size fo my boots.

UPZ RC10 boots indicate: 7/7,5/8 278/299mm (liner says size "8")

Any idea where to find the binding size? or what size to look for?
OR is this ok this way?

Are there shops online to order (a better) suitable spring set for my RC10's?
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Re: UPZ RC10 and F2 race Titanium

Post by fivat » Sunday 1 December 2019, 16:30

You have same UK feet size as me. Thus you need bindings of size M.

Regarding the spring system, you can contact Drupi by PM or in this thread for the DGSS, or Arnaud by PM for the ACSS.

Again, in the FAQ there is a section about TUNING. :rules:

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Re: UPZ RC10 and F2 race Titanium

Post by ward » Sunday 1 December 2019, 17:00

fivat wrote:
Sunday 1 December 2019, 16:30
Again, in the FAQ there is a section about TUNING. :rules:
You are right pointing at this section but i really did not find that. I tried to reed a lot but did not link selling springs to the forum users you mention.

For a beginner extremecarvingforum user it is really unclear what is what. Why are there different languages on a forum? very confusing.

I really want to buy a board/set that will blow me away. It is so difficult to understand a foreign language describing a board. And after reading some it looks like my RC10's with medium tongue is like to be to stiff for the swoard boards.
Buying a board/set is very expensive for me so i really like to get confirmation about everything. I'm not realy an expert in alpine boarding. Did a few weeks till now on a very cheap old f2 silberpfeil set. and invested in Rc10's because i could not find any other.

Maybe for much others it is normal to buy just by email.. for me it is not. the EC swoard boards are not 'that' expensive but when i buy i need to be sure not to have more fun on a new F2 or maybe kessler/sg/virus board.

Sorry for being a pain in the ass in some way! I hope you and others will help me out on all my questions
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Re: UPZ RC10 and F2 race Titanium

Post by fivat » Sunday 1 December 2019, 17:17

You are welcome!
ward wrote:
Sunday 1 December 2019, 17:00
Why are there different languages on a forum? very confusing.
There are 4 separate sections for 4 main languages. And one section is multilingual.
This Website is located in Europe and we speak many languages! :lol: And 4 languages in Switzerland!
We had participants from up to 17 different countries is some of our ExtremeCarving Sessions! 8O
Google Translate should be your friend. ;-)

If you want to exchange private messages in Dutch, don't hesitate to contact Marc "manuchill" by private message for example. There is a Dutch community there.

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