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glad to see you like it can you tell any difference between the orange and purple

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orange spring #yds3 is 190lb at 3 inch and 310lb at 1 3/4

purple # yds6 is 195lb at 3 inch 315 at 1 3/4 compression not that much difference
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i have the purple spring now and plan on changing to the white soon bike gets up to speed fast and then bounces off the rev limiter within less than 1/8 mile hoping the white spring will hold it in a lower gear longer to allow more distance to build speed
leave the spring that is in it and go heavier weights . the spring prevents up shift to some degree and with light weights your clutch might not be shifting all the way to high ratio or your belt is whiffed , sheaves are scored /glazed or a combination of all the above .
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glad to see you like it can you tell any difference between the orange and purple
me myself i couldnt tell any difference in between stock and orange spring them put in purple and i could tell it hooked up better almost went to next higher spring but decided im happy with this
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well the new sheaves i bought came with the white spring is the only reason i was thinking about tryin it i thought it would hold back the up shift more but i guess i want the up shift to happen sooner to build speed at lower rpm's
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me myself i couldnt tell any difference in between stock and orange spring them put in purple and i could tell it hooked up better almost went to next higher spring but decided im happy with this
You have to remember that when you change any one component in a cvt it affects the other components and how your clutch works . the secondary spring has a job and that job is to resist being pulled into the secondary sheave while the primary sheave assembly is constantly ( when accelerating ) trying to pull it down its a balancing act between the 2 . too big a spring and not enough weight and you will not get full shift . not enough wpring and too much weight and no bottom end and full shift too fast ( like taking off in 3rd gear ) I chose to go with 16 gram weights and an orange spring with the 1mm shim and utv machined sheave I am hoping for a good low end and better top end than I have now time will tell . as soon as I get my new cluster I will do the comparison ( my cluster is broken and doesnt read anything for mph )
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