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Which helix is better for straight line acceleration. Straight cut or dual angle? Is there a better choice for a mxz 800, stock is 53/47?
 

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bowtech said:
Which helix is better for straight line acceleration. Straight cut or dual angle? Is there a better choice for a mxz 800, stock is 53/47?

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No ideas, or experience?
 

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for streight line exceleration the duel angle should be better than a streight 50 . the 52 will load the engine harder at low speed and the 47 will keep the engine RPM up at high speed . there are times that a single angle works good like when under a hard pull and you need to keep your revs up you can use a streight 40 or 38 . shalllow angles back shift faster there fore are better for mountain riding
 

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mydoo said:
for streight line exceleration the duel angle should be better than a streight 50 . the 52 will load the engine harder at low speed and the 47 will keep the engine RPM up at high speed . there are times that a single angle works good like when under a hard pull and you need to keep your revs up you can use a streight 40 or 38 . shalllow angles back shift faster there fore are better for mountain riding
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Since were on the topic, I would really like to know if there is a right or wrong way to install the helix?
 
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