Scott Voodoo NTN won’t lock into Outlaw X

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Re: Scott Voodoo NTN won’t lock into Outlaw X

Post by dnt_upton » Thu Feb 20, 2020 6:10 pm

And having Dynafit licensed fittings also doesn't mean that Scott, Crispi, or Scarpa will be consistent in setting the distance between the tech toes and the duck butt. Once a standard is established, then I assume they will be.

And as TomH notes, that's not the issue here.

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Re: Scott Voodoo NTN won’t lock into Outlaw X

Post by MSU Alum » Thu Feb 20, 2020 9:07 pm

I was confusing the Outlaw X with the Lynx.





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Re: Scott Voodoo NTN won’t lock into Outlaw X

Post by TeleForce » Wed Apr 21, 2021 10:20 am

After frustration with trying to step into an Outlaw X binding with my Voodoo boots I did some engineering and solved the issue. See below. Scott told me to just file away some material from the duck butt adapter. They didn't say where or how much. After some measuring, observing and testing in the garage I came up with the fixes below.

1) File extra material away from tech inserts. Aids ease of insertion into the toe.
2) Radius the Duck butt adapter. The edges are what miss the Outlaw Claw.
3) Assemble the duck butt as far toward the toe as possible. I measured the Voodoo at 178mm and the Scarpa at 176mm.
4) Sticky claw fix by filing the claw. This is a known issue.

With the above fixes the step in ease into an Outlaw X is greatly improved.
Scott Boot Bottom.jpeg
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