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What does the 04 600 H.O RER come with for helix angle stock ?

Also, sorry for asking this but what do the angles mean when you go down in size or up in size for the angle numbers?? i'm not trying to copy someones kit, just trying to grasp the concept of helix angles for curiosity.
 

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The one I took out of a Gade was a 47/44.

I like to "define" when I mention "going down in size" or "up the start angle"

I'll say "going down in the finish angle" ex:47/44 "should go down in finish angle to 37" = 47/37

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Up the start angle ex: 47/44 to a 54/44.

 

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Dynamo^Joe said:
The one I took out of a Gade was a 47/44.

I like to "define" when I mention "going down in size" or "up the start angle"

I'll say "going down in the finish angle" ex:47/44 "should go down in finish angle to 37" = 47/37

or

Up the start angle ex: 47/44 to a 54/44.


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Sorry, I am clutch illiterate. But I think you understood what I was getting at.

What does it do to the performance of the sled with you go from a 47/44 to a 54/44 ?
 

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Joe's the expert,but my take on this is that it would load the motor more before the spring force allows the secondary to shift out.[higher rpm's to launch then same finishing force to get to top end ]please correct me if i'm wrong.
 

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Dynamo^Joe said:
The one I took out of a Gade was a 47/44.

I like to "define" when I mention "going down in size" or "up the start angle"

I'll say "going down in the finish angle" ex:47/44 "should go down in finish angle to 37" = 47/37

or

Up the start angle ex: 47/44 to a 54/44.


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How do you measure the helix angles? CMM?
 
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