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Board & Binding Setup Tips

Your new bindings work best on a dialed-in board setup.

Check Your Board Setup

For puck compatible factory splitboards.

Spark Puck and Canted Puck Setup

Click here to download Spark Pucks and Canted Pucks setup guide.

• Use the two Spark Pucks with the words “Toeside Edge” on the toeside edge of your board. Use the other two pucks on the heelside edge of your board.
• Insert an aluminum center disk in each puck with the angle markers pointing toward the board centerline.
• Insert the screws through the pucks and leave loose.
• Place the guide tool over the pucks. Slide around until stance is just right and then tighten screws.

See below for more information on Spark Puck components.

Note: For Arc and Magneto bindings you can also place the mini guide tool between the pucks, slide the bindings on, and snap down the snap ramps. Cutouts through the baseplates allow access to the screws, and stance adjustment with the bindings on the board.

For other puck brands please refer to the
manufacturer’s website for setup instructions.

Puck Troubleshooting (all brands)

• The outside length from puck to puck should be 7 ⅝” (19.35cm).
• The bindings should slide on easily. If it feels like they are jamming, check your puck alignment and make adjustments as necessary.
• If your pucks are brand new, the fit might feel tight but will break in after just a couple of times changing over.
• If still too tight sand lightly on the top and sides of the pucks with the included sandpaper. Check fit while pucks are wet.
• With the bindings on the pucks in ride mode, you should be able to easily snap down the toe ramp. If you can’t, loosen the screws and nudge the toeside puck in slightly.

Touring Brackets
• Attach the touring brackets with the yellow patched screws.

Heel Rests
• Orient the heel rests so that the arrow points toward the nose of the board. Attach heel rests with the blue patched screws.
• If you have a DIY Splitboard using ski screws: you will need to use 5.5 x 11.5 mm ski screws for the heel rests. Ski screws used with Voilé climbing heels are too long and will bubble your base. If you need these shorter screws and cannot find them locally, please contact us.

OUR BINDINGS ARE FULLY ADJUSTABLE!

If the fit is not perfect out of the box, use the included Spark pocket tool to adjust toe and ankle strap lengths, heel cup position, and highback rotation. Then throw the tool in your
pack so it’s always with you when you’re out in the backcountry.

Check to see that your screws are tight from time to time for uninterrupted shredding.

*OTHER SPARK PRODUCTS

Spark Crossbar Clips

Feature a one-piece crossbar that extends from one set of bolts to the other for the stiffest possible connection between board halves. The cam lever clamps the board together, taking gaps out of the board seam, and rotates out of the way leaving nothing hanging over the edges to snag while you're touring or getting rad split skiing.

T1 Heel Lockers

Riders can lock down their heel in tour mode to better adapt to diversified terrain types where quick descents, side stepping, and skate-splitting become more effective means of backcountry travel. T1 Heel Lockers fit seamlessly under the T1 Heel Rests and work with the tip of a ski pole. Slide in to lock, pull out to unlock.

 

Spark Pucks

Getting to know your pucks.

1. Aluminum Discs

Oversize aluminum center disc overlaps binding channels for maximum strength and rigidity.

2. Yellow Patch Screws

8 x M6 x 16mm Flathead Screws. +1 extra for your hardware stash.

3. Toeside Pucks

For placement on the toeside edge of your board.

4. Mini Alignment Tool

For use with Arc, Magneto, and Burton Hitchhiker bindings.

5. Heelside Pucks

For placement on the heelside edge of your board.

6. Full Alignment Tool

For use with all Spark R&D & Burton Hitchhiker bindings.

Spark Pucks Instructional Video

Watch and learn.

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