Zero float resistance on Keywins?

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Wookieopolis
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by Wookieopolis

I just picked up a pair of Keywin Carbon pedals and for the most part I think they will work for me, but I am not enjoying the float resistance and the self centering. I am aware that the resistance is tuneable, but even with the screw backed way out I would like less resistance. So, my question is, has anyone tried removing one or both of the dampening rings to get less resistance?

BdaGhisallo
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by BdaGhisallo

You may not like to hear this, but the older Keywin CRMs have a lighter float than the new Carbons. On the CRM with the adjustment screw backed way off the float is very easy. I know that doesn't help you.

I haven't tried what you are suggesting. Try emailing Keywin at keywin@xtra.co.nz and ask John Winkie (the inventor and designer of the pedals).

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by cyclenutnz

They do take a while to wear in - float will get freer as you use them more.
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