i have a 92 indy /"98" 700/slp pipe&can/ articat 2ndary (cvt) 136x2 the helix is a 53* is there any of yall that have used a "dual" or "multi-angel helix" if so what was the results how did that effect the performance?
that depends mostly where you ride,DEEP powder they usaully run somewhere around a straight 49,helps keep the rpm up.if you like your 53 and want a dual angle keep your finish at 53 and a start angle around57-58 don,t think you,ll be able to pull more than that, especially with a 2' track ,you,ll end up with a faster shift,accelerate faster.still have a good backshift.rembering,more angle,loads the engine harder,bringing the rpms down.
on my short track i ran a 55 48,had a awesome backshift.which you,ll need in deep powder if you ride there
I run a 60-50 on my T-Cat cranked up the secondary spring one notch to improve back shift. Works real good pulls hard. Adding wieghts up front this year to pull the the top end back down to 85-8600 Rpm
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