Is anyone able to elaborate on how they fixed the overly tight spring tension of the Assioma pedals? I’m scared of riding outdoors with mine at the moment, for fear of clip stacking. Clipping in is fine, but I’m having difficulties unclipping.
As soon as I installed the pedals, I put proper Look Keo (4.5 degree float) cleats on my shoes, instead of the included Xpedo cleats. I followed a thread on Slowtwitch forum, but not sure I understood it properly.
Basically, I’ve undone the tension bolt all the way until the bolt starts to come out of the pedal body. Then, I’m pushing down on the bolt. This seems to move the tension gauge a little bit closer to Low, but not a whole lot. I’ve done this with both pedals, as well as pushing the bolt in while undoing it. Then I tighten the bolt basically until it comes back into contacy with the pedal body, and the gauge starts to move again.
It’s possibly made a little bit of a difference, but they’re still difficult to clip out of… No issues clipping in at all.
Am I missing something? Should I just keep doing this over and over trying to affect spring tension and get the tension gauge to mover closer to the upper L?