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I've never been in a bad enough bind to not be able to spin my tires but we have mud down here that nobody is going to spin a tire in, so even though stall springs might help you it's not like a winch that can get you out a bad situation.
 

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With 29.5's and going to a heavier weight, it will be a dog. Tried stock 20g weights in mine and wouldn't reach the proper Rpm. ( That's with a built motor and sheave). You want to go lighter with the weights so will get back in the power range of the motor. Had 4-14g and 4 16g in mine before the motor work and worked good, never bogged down in the thick stuff. This was all with a White secondary.
 

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Wet springs adjust the RPM that the wet clutch engages and causes the bike to start moving from a stand still. The higher the RPM the more power the engine is making when the clutch starts to engage and makes the bike "feel" snappier.
KINDA like a converter w no add ons
 

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KINDA like a converter w no add ons
Except in our atvs high stall springs have a reputation for damaging wet clutches. Not so with high stall toque converters
 
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