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Yet another question on shims, springs, etc..
It's time for new tires, and I think I'll go from 25" to 26", and doing Bearclaw HTRs. I imagine I could do just fine with a stock CVT setup, but I wouldn't mind getting just a bit more low-end, even if it costs me a bit of top-end speed. If my top-end went from 60 to 50, I'd probably never notice. I'm not, however, looking to put a lot of money or modding into it. I've read a few threads here and other places, but I'm not entirely sure I'm grasping things.
In order to get just a bit more low end, I'm thinking of adding a 0.5 or 1mm shim, and calling it a day. Is there anything wrong with just doing that, and leaving the springs/wet clutch alone?
Or, if I wanted just a bit more responsiveness in down-shifting, which spring color would be a mild/moderate step up from stock?
2009 Grizz 700. No other performance mods.