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PostPosted: Mon Jun 06, 2005 4:51 pm 
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hi what do you think about bebops??????


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I have had mine (the deluxe version) for about 2 years now and love them. Light, and double-sided has meant that I generally don't have to look when clicking in.


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Bebop SL = really excellent pedal.

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bebops are superb pedals. right amount of float and solid feel. a great buy.


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Hi guys another Quetion about them.Is it possible to ajust the entry force when you klick in like other Pedals?


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I haven't noticed anything that could be adjusted or modified on the pedals; they're pretty minimalist, so I think the answer to your question is probably no.


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Ok I see I didn´t explained myself very clear.What I ment is this ,when you take a pedal from Look for example, you can regulate the entryforce of the clip from the pedal, OK?I think it´s something between 12 and 20 Nm.


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There are no adjustments on retention/step in force on the bebop pedal.


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Correct: one cannot regulate the cleat tension, etc. It's a very simple design, and very effective.

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In the listing section has a pair off the deluxe that has been tuned with Ti axles, these come in at 152 grams per pair, does anyone know which axles to use for this.


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