Time XPro pedals - any details?

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BdaGhisallo
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mortirolo wrote:
Wed Jan 03, 2018 12:22 pm
The Xpro 15 is the top-level model, coming in at a claimed weight of 174.6g for the pair (compared with 142g for the Xpresso 15)

The Xpro 12 comes with a titanium axle but this time it isn’t hollow, and weighs 188g.

My xpresso 12: 154g and half price vs. Xpro 12.
Can you give us any other feedback yet? How do they function?

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mortirolo
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BdaGhisallo wrote:
Wed Jan 03, 2018 1:19 pm
mortirolo wrote:
Wed Jan 03, 2018 12:22 pm
The Xpro 15 is the top-level model, coming in at a claimed weight of 174.6g for the pair (compared with 142g for the Xpresso 15)

The Xpro 12 comes with a titanium axle but this time it isn’t hollow, and weighs 188g.

My xpresso 12: 154g and half price vs. Xpro 12.
Can you give us any other feedback yet? How do they function?
about 20.000 km

Smooth bearings, but, I will replace the worn-out plastic bushings to EZO MR128ZZ bearings.
http://catalog.ezo-usa.com/item/metric- ... gs/mr128zz
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xnuy2avE44Y

Main issue is the cleats, but:
I still use the original cleats, because I bought cleatskins (rubber cover for cleats).
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I've been on the XPresso 15s (yes I am that guy) for about 2 years and 20,000k and I have not a single complaint. I am on my 3 set of cleats which.... meh but they are easier to swap as there is less possibility for adjustment. They are comically light. No bearing issues, granted they do use Ceramic Speed bearings in that version but they still spin like new. I'm even a bigger guy 75kilo. The contact plate is worn pretty bad, apparently you can replace it but no reason yet. They still feel solid. I like the positive click when stepping in and the release is nice and light.

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by AJS914

In that video they say that one of the design goals was protecting the carbon blade. I find that interesting because a friend snapped one of the blades on his pedals. To me it seemed like something impossible to break but maybe if you hit it somehow from the back side you can damage it just enough to make it eventually fail.

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by Hexsense

Got XPro 10 last night (shipped from Starbike), still waiting for a new pair of shoe that will go with it.
Bearing sound a bit rough, pedal very slowly return to position after the spin. clearly need some break in.
Stack height with cleats: about 13.4mm measured from center of the axle to top of cleat.
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by BdaGhisallo

Hexsense wrote:
Tue Jan 23, 2018 6:57 pm
Got XPro 10 last night (shipped from Starbike), still waiting for a new pair of shoe that will go with it.
Bearing sound a bit rough, pedal very slowly return to position after the spin. clearly need some break in.
Stack height with cleats: about 13.4mm measured from center of the axle to top of cleat.
Not sounding good on the hopes for improved bearings.

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