What is Keo Blade?
SKU | 23407. The model has a Chromoly+ axle and stainless steel bearings for extreme reliability. Beyond its weight, its power-to-weight ratio is the best in class on the market today. Light, aerodynamic and powerful, the pedal has all you need to take it to the next level, all the way to victory.
How do I change the blade on my look pedals?
Insert the lever pin with the small silver guide in the body pedal Position the small silver guide supplied with the blade kit in the hollow part of the lever pin. Position the new blade in its seat with the tension marking towards the lever. Then, position the lever in the body pedal. Clean the pedal body now.
Are Carbon pedals worth it?
Carbon’s only advantage is reduced weight. It’s less crash-worthy than aluminum. Your pedals are 330g, so you can shave about 80g by upgrading to the aluminum Dura Ace pedals for about $150 more. If you’ve got the bucks, go for it, but there are plenty of places to save weight on a bike for less than $2/g.
How do you remove Keo Blade pedals?
Use your free hand to hold the crank arm opposite the pedal for leverage. Rotate the 8mm hex key in the proper direction to loosen the pedal. For right, drive-side pedals, rotate the key counterclockwise. For left, non-drive side pedals, rotate the key clockwise.
How big is a Keo blade carbon pedal?
The Look Kéo Blade design, used in the Kéo Blade Carbon Ceramic, the Kéo Blade Carbon and the Kéo Blade Carbon Ti, comes with a 700 square millimetre engagement platform that is 67mm wide. The Ceramic and the Titanium options get a more structured stainless steel top plate with raised sections at its sides for increased stability.
What’s the difference between Keo blade ceramic and carbon?
The top of the line is the Keo Blade Carbon Ceramic Ti, which replaces the Chromoly axle on the Ceramic with a titanium axle. At least it is pretty easy to understand the differences between the pedals based on their names. The body of the Keo Blade Carbon is made of what it sounds like, carbon fiber.
What’s the difference between look and look carbon pedals?
Look has a new top of the line pedal. Apart from the Ceramic legend on the spindle, the Look Kéo Blade Carbon Ceramic pedal is superficially the same as the steel bearing options. But inside, there are new ceramic bearings, that Look says not only reduce friction by 18% but also increase power transfer.
What’s the difference between look and look Keo blade?
The Look Kéo Blade Carbon Ceramic comes with a 12Nm blade fitted, a spare 16Nm blade and the specialist tools required to change them. You can buy a 20Nm version too, while the cheaper entry level Kéo Blade comes with an 8Nm and a 12Nm blade.