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Adjusting Dynafit speed turn 2.0 bindings

For the speed turn 2.0 
Using the SpeedTurn 2.0
Touring mode :
(for brake versions) Press the brake pad down to allow for the heel tower to spin.
Rotate the heel unit left or right into neutral/flat mode
Ensure unit toe jaws are open by pressing down on the toe lever
Drag the toe of your boot to the alignment towers and press down to engage the front pins
Lock the toe by pulling up on the toe lever all the way up through ratcheting clicks 
Bring toe lever up until you see the “nordic skier” or until the “ski” label is covered
For “VOLCANO”: Rotate the heel unit to access flat, medium, and high riser heights
Speed Turn 2.0 w/ brake: use pole to switch between different heel riser heights
Skiing mode: 
Rotate the heel tower so that rear pins face forward.
Align boot pinholes and drag the toe of your boot to the alignment towers and press down to engage the front pins.
Make sure that the Toe lever remains in the first position! It will say "ski".
This will ensure that release settings on the heal tower are correct.
Stomp heel down to engage the rear pins.
When finished skiing, press down on the toe unit lever with a ski pole to exit binding.
How to adjust the speed turn 2.0
Boot sole length (BSL) Adjustment:
The speed turn 2.0 can be adjusted for boot sole lengths of +/- 12.5mm from the original BSL mounted.
To adjust, use Torx 20 bit in the lowest rear screw on the heel unit. It is important to remember “ Lefty tighty for Dynafit” - turning the screw left will shorten the BSL.
Ensure it is adjusted with a 5mm gap on the pins between the rear of the boot and the heel unit - helpful tip *use a hex wrench to help measure this gap 
Adjusting release values: 
The Lateral release value is adjustable by turning the big round dial center on the heel unit. 
Align the thin edge on the side of the dial of this with the desired release value
The Forward release value is adjustable using a small flat head in the recessed hole on the heel unit.
Turn until the small triangle indicator on the side is at your desired release value.
Binding specifics (plus tips and tricks):
For those not using brakes, and who still want extra security, a leash can be used.
When skiing in fluctuating temperatures, snow and ice buildup is possible under the toe springs of the bindings. This is also very common when skis are strapped onto a  backpack in wetter conditions.
To clear build-up, use your ski pole tip while opening and closing the toe jaws. 
To ensure the toe piece is all set, lock and then unlock your toe piece to check if the binding is fully clamping the boot.
Also remember to check the heel unit periodically, inspect to see if there is a gap under the metal top plate and or the several layers below. If so, Tighten small Torx screws gently (but snugly) to get rid of any gap
Be careful to when using a ski pole tip to rotate the heel unit, (especially carbon poles). This is a very easy way to break your poles. 
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