The Xpresso 12 is given at 155g/pair on internet but it seems a bit lighter..............
Hope to test them soon to give you my feedback also about the area of 700mm², whoaaaaaa I will make people suffer in my wheel
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One of my iClic Titan/Carbon pedals was machined incorrectly, so incorrectly in fact that you couldn't get the appropriately sized hex wrench in the end of the axle. I kid you not.
And these pedals are giving me lots of clicks as I ride.
Time iClics were a lesson in how to loose your market share.
Do they use the same old cleats?
Reason: Please don't quote immediately preceeding post. PP
Scott Scale 35 26"
Scott Spark LTD 29" M8000
Time definately took a small step backwards with the I-clic (compared to the RXS) hopefully these new ones regain the ground they've lost. Personally, with my knee issues, I have to ride Time's (lateral float). So I'm hoping the new ones are just as nice as my old RXS's. Mind you, I say that without ever having issues with my own I-clics. But I can see after most of a season that these will clearly not last as long as my others have.
When you ride in inclement weather be sure to grease my F***ing bearings.
The cleats often squeak and have to be re-tightened. The way the rubber cleat fixes to the bottom of the shoe (Sidi) is a bit different to the way the old Time system attached (which used a flat metal plate). Hopefully the cleat squeak will diminish once the rubber moulds to the bottom of my shoe a bit better.
Pedals are good so far. 200 grams lighter than my old Time pedals
Hopefully the cleat squeak will diminish once the rubber moulds to the bottom of my shoe a bit better.
How can it squeak ? That end is not supposed to move.
If you mean some squeaking from the cleat to pedal interface (which normally does not happen either), you can grease the metal retaining bar on the pedal a little.
I actually bought Titanium RXS pedals off eBay for my new bike (which is being built).
Did the same, bought a second Ti set off fleebay from an italian guy who must be a WW; he replaced the springs with what looks to be Ti ones made from a spoke or something screwing the SET screw on the LH pedal in the process....
Would love to take a closer look at the Xpresso though, they look quite errrr....futuristic.
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Well maybe they might, but not 100% of the time, as I can attest from mixing Look frame with Time pedals for 6 seasons without any obvious knee problems. I sometimes had knee problems back in the olden days using conventional slotted cleats/top clips. But the knees are golden with Look frame/Time pedals.roca rule wrote:i might try them, but i ride a 595. i have hear if you mix look and time your knees might tear.
Anyhow, brandsdontmatchpolice might get on your case.
Oh, and I am happy to report no obvious ill effects fron mixing Shimano and Campoagnolo in a techically compatible way.
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