Time Xpro 12 vs Shimano Dura Ace pedals

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Valbrona
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Re: Time Xpro 12 vs Shimano Dura Ace pedals

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The reason why Time pedals have always been the best is because they offer easy stance width adjustment between a hi and lo setting.

I am not aware of any other pedals offering in-built stance width adjustment.

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Re: Time Xpro 12 vs Shimano Dura Ace pedals

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Re: Time Xpro 12 vs Shimano Dura Ace pedals

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Valbrona wrote:
Sun Dec 22, 2019 9:55 am
The reason why Time pedals have always been the best is because they offer easy stance width adjustment between a hi and lo setting.

I am not aware of any other pedals offering in-built stance width adjustment.
Do you mean pedal-cleat Q factor adjustment?
If so SPD SL has 5mm free adjusment and keo has 4mm free, while iclic only has 2.5mm fixed adjuatment by switch left/right

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Re: Time Xpro 12 vs Shimano Dura Ace pedals

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alanyu wrote:
Sun Dec 22, 2019 12:30 pm
Valbrona wrote:
Sun Dec 22, 2019 9:55 am
The reason why Time pedals have always been the best is because they offer easy stance width adjustment between a hi and lo setting.

I am not aware of any other pedals offering in-built stance width adjustment.
Do you mean pedal-cleat Q factor adjustment?
If so SPD SL has 5mm free adjusment and keo has 4mm free, while iclic only has 2.5mm fixed adjuatment by switch left/right
And Shimano also makes their DA and Ultegra pedals with two different axle lengths - a std axle with a Q of 52mm and the +4mm axle which pushes the Q out to 56mm.

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Re: Time Xpro 12 vs Shimano Dura Ace pedals

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I run both systems on different bikes currently. Long history with Time pedals on Campagnolo groups, like back in the Equipe Mag days. However, the Dura-Ace pedals just give a more stable powerful connection, especially with Bont shoes but also with Sidi, just not as pronounced. I would go with Dura-Ace pedals on all my bikes if I had it to do over. Don't think the Times are bad enough to pull them off and replace them now though, still good pedals, just not as good as D-A.

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