Shimano PD-R8000 manuale

Shimano PD-R8000
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Please note: specifi cations are subject to change for improvement without notice. (English)
© Nov. 2017 by Shimano Inc. ITP
UM-41W0A-002-00

User's manual

SPD-SL Pedals

User's manuals in other languages are available at :
http://si.shimano.com

IMPORTANT NOTICE

Contact the place of purchase or a bicycle dealer for information on
installation and adjustment of the products which are not found in
the user's manual. A dealer's manual for professional and experienced
bicycle mechanics is available on our website (http://si.shimano.com).
Do not disassemble or alter this product.
For safety, be sure to read this user's manual thoroughly
before use, and follow them for correct use.

Important Safety Information

Guidelines that require replacement, contact the place of purchase or a
bicycle dealer.

WARNING

SPD-SL pedals are designed so that you release them only when you
intend to release. They are not designed to release automatically at
times such as when falling off the bicycle.
Use only SPD-SL shoes with this product. Other types of shoes may not
release from the pedals, or may release unexpectedly.
Use only Shimano cleats and make sure that the mounting bolts are
tightened securely to the shoes.
Before attempting to ride with these pedals and shoes, make sure you
understand the operation of the engagement/release mechanism for
the pedals and cleats (shoes).
Before you attempt to ride with these pedals and shoes, apply the
brakes, then place one foot on the ground and practice engaging and
releasing each shoe from its pedal until you can do so naturally and
with minimal effort.
Ride on level ground fi rst until you become adept at engaging and
releasing your shoes from the pedals.
Before riding, adjust the spring tension of the pedals to your liking.
If the spring tension of the pedals is low, the cleats may become
accidentally released and you may lose balance and fall off the bicycle.
If the spring tension of the pedals is high, the cleats cannot be easily
released.
When riding at low speed or when there is a possibility that you might
need to stop riding, (for example, when doing a U-turn, nearing an
intersection, riding uphill or turning a blind curve), release your shoes
from the pedal beforehand so that you can quickly put your feet onto
the ground at any time.
Use a lighter spring tension for attaching the pedal cleats when riding
in adverse conditions.
Keep cleats and bindings clear of dirt and debris to ensure
engagement and release.
Remember to check the cleats periodically for wear. When the cleats
are worn, replace them. Always check the spring tension after
replacing the pedal cleats and before riding.
BE SURE TO READ AND FOLLOW THE ABOVE WARNINGS CAREFULLY.
If the warnings are not followed, your shoes may not come out of
the pedals when you intend or they may come out unexpectedly or
accidentally, and severe injury may result.
Be sure to attach refl ectors to the bicycle when traveling on public
roads.
Do not continue riding the bicycle if the refl ectors are dirty or
damaged. Otherwise, it becomes more dif cult for others to see you.
After reading the user's manual carefully, keep it in a safe place for
later reference.
Note
In addition, if pedaling performance does not feel normal, check this
once more.
If you experience any trouble with the rotating parts of the pedal, the
pedal may require adjustment. Contact the place of purchase or a
bicycle dealer.
Products are not guaranteed against natural wear and deterioration
from normal use and aging.
For maximum performance we highly recommend Shimano lubricants
and maintenance products.

Regular inspections before riding the bicycle

Before riding the bicycle, check the following items. If any problems are
found with the following items, contact the place of purchase or a
bicycle dealer.
Are the fastening sections fi xed securely?
Is there a large play between the cleats and the pedals because of
wear?
Are there any abnormalities in the engagement and release of the
cleats?
Are there any abnormal noises?

Names of parts

Fastening
section
Binding

Using the cleats

Engaging the cleats with the pedals
Press the cleats into the pedals with a
forward and downward motion.
Releasing the cleats from the pedals
Release the cleats from the pedals by
twisting your heels outward.
Note:
Place one foot on the ground, practice engaging and releasing the
cleat from the pedal several times, and set the spring tension to the
tension you prefer when releasing the cleat.

Adjusting the spring tension of the pedals

The spring tension of the pedals can be adjusted by turning the
adjustment bolt to adjust the spring force of the binding.
One click of the adjustment bolt changes one step. There are four
clicks per turn.
The adjustment bolt is located at the rear of each binding.
Adjust the spring force to the optimum cleat holding force when
releasing the cleats from the bindings.
Equalize the spring tensions for both pedals by referring to the
tension indicators and by counting the number of turns of the
adjustment bolts.
Turning the adjustment bolt clockwise increases the spring tension,
and turning it anti-clockwise reduces the spring tension.
2.5 mm hexagon wrench
Adjustment bolt
Indicator
Increase
Decrease
Decrease
Increase
Do not turn the bolt past the point at which the indicator shows the
maximum or minimum tension.
Note:
In order to prevent accidental or unintentional release from
occurring, make sure all the spring tensions are properly adjusted
and check the spring tensions.
If the spring tensions are not adjusted equally, it can cause the rider
dif culty to engage or release from the pedals. The spring tensions
should be adjusted equally for both right and left pedals.

Cleat replacement

Cleats wear out over time and should be replaced periodically.
Cleats should be replaced at a dealer or an agency when it becomes
dif cult to release, or it starts to release with much less effort than that
when it was in new condition.
Note:
If the colored portions of the cleats become worn, replace the cleats
with new ones.
Front: Replace the cleats when the black layer underneath the
cleats are visible.
Rear: Replace when section A in the illustration becomes worn.
Section A
Rear
Front
Cleat

Mounting the refl ectors (optional)

Optional refl ector sets are available. Refl ector sets vary depending on
the model of the pedals. Consult a dealer or an agency.
Shimano PD-R8000

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Generale
Marca Shimano
Modello PD-R8000
Prodotto Accessorio per biciclette
EAN 4524667646297
Lingua Inglese
Tipo di file PDF
Caratteristiche
Tipo -
Colore del prodotto Nero
Colore del prodotto Black,Grey
biciclette compatibili Bicicletta da strada
Materiale della scocca -
Genere consigliato Ragazzo/Ragazza
Contenuto dell'imballo
Quantità per pacco - pz
Dimensioni e peso
Peso 248 g
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