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Do you defeat some of the gains of changing the helix when you install a spring with a higher compression force to keep the belt from slipping in the clutch?

Like going from a 36* helix & silver spring, to a 45-36* helix & silver/blue spring.

The two springs have the same radial tension, But the silver/blue has higer compression force.

So if you have a higher angle for faster upshift and a spring pushing harder to keep the sheaves closed, (to keep belt from slipping) What have gained from the change??

Just wondering
 
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