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Ski Mojo fitting Questions

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
Ive picked up an early MkIII in used condition. I did not want to drop £500 that may not help my condition.

How do I know if its fitted correctly? & what about the tension in the spring (ie How do I know if its supporting enough) - I have used the manual & while it looks set right it feels a little to easy/springy when bending the knees.
not sure if there enough support or not.

Also, as this is snowboard boots, I dont mind a bit more resistance if it helps me 'pop' back up, as I dont have the muscle definition on one leg to do it un-aided, so my good leg does all the work - hence massive thigh burn quite quickly!
(basically my knee is screwed & the nerve signal does not get through & dont fire the muscle. I can use an EMS machine that puts a small electric shock pulse down my leg to work the muscles, but I cant work them unaided. In a sitting position, when the knee is bent, I can not straighten my leg out. - which is where the mojo does what I want it to do. I can flex my leg back again without issue, just not extend!).
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
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 Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
@Mr.Egg, There is a guide on the mojo site relating weight to the tension you should use. I don't snowboard and don't know if it's any different.You can always take the Allen key with you to adjust the tension a bit if it feels wrong.
Good luck with it by the way , definitely seems to help my knee problem.
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