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The first angle is the stall angle. This angle will affect the launch. The lower the angle will allow the engine RPM to climb higher and hit the tire harder at the launch 12 is the hardest hit up to 18 being a very soft yet
The second angle controls the engine load at the beginning of the run and how quickly the primary sheeves fully engage the belt and quit slipping (also known as the shift)
The Third angle (and forth if you utilize a four-stage ramp) controls the RPM down track