HeadC1, that isn't a bad idea
Not sure if those would be the correct comparisons but yes thats along the lines(btw I'm no guru at this - so dont take what I say to the bank - I'm just someone that enjoys doing this stuff and try to learn as much as i can as I go)... now with the red primary - you know the backshift is going to be pretty hard on ur belt if you trail ride the bike any... Not sure if this is a bog bike ur referring to or not but on a trail bike - that red is going to be pretty hard on it in a stop/go situation. A buddy of mine has a red on his v2 and man you talking about a stall - its almost a pain to ride that thing... And with the lighter weights - the stall will be even more noticable. If you can keep ur thumb and bike at a constant accelerated pace then it wont be as bad but the stop/go re-engagement on the belt will eat it up... Now with that said - dont let me scare you!!! haha!! I love to see a bike blow the tires like no other but just know easy on the stop/go while trail riding...Alright help me get this straight. You're almond primary with the 56g weights is about the same as stock weights with a maroon primary? The weights that I'm going to try are 54g. I'm thinking maybe the red primary with the 54's would put me about the same as stock weights and maroon primary.