Time RXS Road Pedal Cleats
Time RXS Road Pedal Cleats
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Time RXS pedal cleats (Grey) have a one piece café cleat with three integrated non-slip stabilizers. These cleats are fully interchangeable with the Impact, RXE and Xen pedals.
Top Features of the Time RXS Road Pedal Cleats
- The RXS cleat offers one release angle of 15 degree and also has a +/- 5 degrees of toe adjustment
- Supplied as a pack: two cleats, allen key and screws
- Includes wear indicators
- Can be used on the Impact, RXS, RXE and Xen pedals systems but not the original 1980's Equipe models
The widely placed polyurethane stabilizers grip the ground safely and provide excellent stability. These stabilizers are not part of the engagement system, and although highly resistant to abrasion they have no effect on retention even if worn down.
Are the RXS cleats and the Impact cleats interchangeable? Yes. The Impact cleat can be used with the RXS pedal and the RXS cleat can be used with the Impact pedal. The cleats are interchangeable but there are some minor performance differences: The Impact cleat offers either a 13 or 17 degree release angle whilst the RXS cleat offers one release angle of 15 degrees.
What are the other differences between the RXS and Impact cleats? The RXS cleat offers +/- 5 degrees of toe adjustment, the Impact cleat offers no toe adjustment. The RXS cleat offers adjustable Q factor by changing the cleat orientation. Q factor adjustment for the Impact is done by an adjustment on the pedal.
How do I change the Q-factor on with the RXS Café cleats? There is a single dot embossed in each cam of the RXS cleat. For a narrow Q-factor, install each cleat with the dot positioned towards the inside of the shoe, closest to the crank arm. For a wider Q-factor, install the cleats with the dot towards the outer edge of the shoe.
How do I change the release angle of the Impact cleats? The red Impact cleat offers either a 13 or 17 degree release angle. Molded into the back side of the cleat there are markings for either 13 or 17 degrees. For a 17 degree release angle, mount the cleat with the 17 degree marking towards the outside of the shoe. For a 13 degree release, mount the cleat with the 13 degree marking towards the outside of the shoe.
About Pedal Cleats
Pedal cleats are the metal or plastic item that attaches to the sole of your cycling shoe and clips into your pedals. Most shoes will accept most popular cleats (MTB shoes will take MTB cleats and Road shoes, Road cleats) but some may require adaptors. You need the exact cleat to match your pedals although some have either single release (twist outwards) or multi-release (twist in either direction) options. Cleats feature 'float', this is the amount of natural movement your joints require your ankle to move during the pedal stroke and is an important factor.
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If I recall correctly Impact pedals require Shimano SPD type shoe fittings, i.e. 2 holes next to each other.
If you still think you need shorter bolts, the easiest solution is to file down the bolts you have already. Some care is needed to ensure the thread is not damaged.
If the shoes have 3 holes in a triangular shape (see picture of cleat) then they will work fine.
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