Re: Heelklickers or lightining weights, which to choose.
Sorry, I have been in McCall for the past five days sledding. A stock sled is the perfect place to start with the heel clickers. If you later add go-fast parts, you simply adjust the weight on the tip or heel or both. There is no need to invest in a different helix, stock works great, because you can add weight to the heel of the weight to get the same results as the high angled helixes. My heel clickers are dialed in pretty good now. We have tested nine different spring/helix combinations in about 500 miles of trails, mountain lakes, deep powder boondocking and highmarking. I am now convinced that these weights are simply the best single add-on you can do to your sled. If you have the $200 to invest, buy the weights before reeds, pipes, helix, track.......... But if you have all of these parts, like I do - Hold on tight because the HP is now being transferred to the track like never before.
And yes, I did have to buy my weights, and no I am not getting anything to praise the new technology of heel clicker weights.