The two red parts shown here are the sliders, they are set up in an asymmetrical formation. This formation causes the skis to slide in opposite directions of each other. The right ski slides back, and the left ski slides forward, in relation to the ONESKI Magnesium Plate. This is just an example of one position you can set up. There are many more, test and feel what is best for you. Perfect for regular and goofy footers, utilizing the WC-AMS. (Asymmetrical Mounting System)
The two black parts shown here are the locks, The skis essentially pivot around these locks. This formation causes the skis to slide in opposite directions of each other. The right ski slides back, and the left ski slides forward, in relation to the ONESKI Magnesium Plate. You can obviously set it up like many other plates. Symmetrically by Locking the front two or locking the back two. You can also have a floating set up, explained in the next section down.
The two POWER BLOCKS are mounted directly under foot. Which is the ultimate location for transferring the rider's weight and energy directly to the outside ski edges. In a turn the rider forces his weight energy onto the edge that is in the snow. By placing the POWER BLOCKS underfoot, it is the most direct route to transfer weight energy to the outside edge, for the ultimate grip on ICE.
SLIDERS & LOCKS:
The sliders and locks have splits in both ends, causing them to swell outward when screws are tightened. This assures there is no slop in the mounting system, so skis are solid, as if they were ONESKI.
(The Delrin plastic angle inside is 2 degrees flatter than the screw head angle, causing the Delrin plastic to swell outward with ease).