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Best spring swap mods

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Something I did a few weeks ago was take out the stock springs of my Fangshi ShuangRen (57mm) and put in the soft spare springs that come with the maru cx3. It made much easier to turn, which helps me out as I have a very very light turning style.
 
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Time to revive this thread. I have an extra set of Weisu Soft Springs, but I don't have a Weisu (I have an Aosu though), which puzzle should I put this springs into that makes the puzzle better than it originally was?
 
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Time to revive this thread. I have an extra set of Weisu Soft Springs, but I don't have a Weisu (I have an Aosu though), which puzzle should I put this springs into that makes the puzzle better than it originally was?
Dayan 2x2. It's absolutely incredible with Weisu soft springs.
 
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Softer springs in the Dayan 2x2 do help with popping. Mine used to pop occasionally, but with Weisu Soft springs, it has never popped. I can only assume that the Maru springs would do the same, considering they're even softer.
 
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A well florian modded SS 5x5 with Dayan springs is just magic. It loses the basic tight springy feel that locks up (Typical stock SS feel) and becomes fast and loose'ish instead. No lock ups whatsoever. Also it corner cuts pretty damn well if you nailed the mod. It needs re-tensioning every 3 months or so though.
 
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Sorry you've been two weeks without and answer. Other hobbies have grabbed my attention and I haven't been about cubing too much recently.

I used the springs from a simplified Cyclone boys in the 5x5. I haven't tried any others.
 
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