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Time Equipe Titan Pro(5 posts)

Time Equipe Titan Prosilverboard
Jun 12, 2003 10:29 AM
I'm having some problems with these pedals, when I clip in, I can pull my foot up at the top of my stroke and the cleat will come out of the pedal. Any suggestions?
Are they brand new?DoubleK
Jun 12, 2003 3:02 PM
If your pedals, cleats, and adapter plates are brand new you are probably not fully engaging the rear cam. You need to push down HARD and twist your foot slightly until you hear a dull "click". As everything breaks in, it will become much, much easier to click in and out. If your pedals are not new, something is wrong with your adapter plate set-up that is not allowing full rear cam engagement.

Good Luck!
Backward cleat?silverboard
Jun 12, 2003 6:56 PM
Are the rear cleats supposed to be positioned this way in the picture, or are they the other way around? I don' think there would be any compatibility issues with the cleat positions because I am using used (Old) Time Equipe Pro Cx shoes and used Time Eq Pro Titan pedals. Maybe the rear cleat isn't far enough back?
Thanks
Backward cleat?silverboard
Jun 12, 2003 10:32 PM
i found the problem, i had the rear cleat on backwards. The pedals are still hard as muck to get on, and they aren't even new. Would anyone suggest something to make clipping in easier?
Backward cleat?kenyonCycleist
Jun 13, 2003 9:29 PM
TIME is nototiour for their engage tension..if u want better u gonna have to gets a anudderpedal