In my opinion, absolutely nothing is worth disassembling a 6x6 and then reassembling it.I'd try this, but I really don't want to disassemble my Aoshi. Is it worth the time?
If you do this, you will need to take it apart anyway because you will have to clean out the lube. My Aoshi is incredibly smooth with this mod. And I am sure that you probably could use Shengshou 5x5 springs but I just went with dayan springs.1)
2) try taking the screws out/doing the swap/screwing them back in one by one, without dissembling the cube at all. It's hard and you have to gently wiggle the center cubies a little but very possible, I do it all the time.
Did you mean Mini Aosu? They don't make a Mini Aoshi.Just recently switched my mini moyo aoshi springs with my old guhong's springs only took like 15 minutes made it an entirely different cube although took a bit to get used to the turning. It was way faster and smoother and I tended to overshoot and it would lock but if you have an old dayan cube definitely do this. The outer layer feel like a 3x3 now. Amazing what different spring will do.
If you did buy a Mini Aoshi and expected it to be more like the bigger one I'm guessing the fact that it used the same springs as the bigger one was why it was so slow, the Dayan springs do fix this.
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