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primary spring for low engagement

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Old 06-23-2009
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Default primary spring for low engagement

can somebody help me understand how to determine which spring to choose for quicker engagement and also how the end compression affects overall performance? stock spring is black green 120/340. what would 100/275 do in comparison? thanks.
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Old 06-23-2009
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Lighter spring is easier to compress, as in it needs less weight to compress it. More weight is kind of equivelent to a lower spring.

Changing from 120/340 to 100/275 means you'll shift faster and it will engage at lower RPM's.
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cool thanks for the clarification!
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