So I've learned something interesting...
For some reason, perhaps because of changing both the fixed cheek angle and vari angle, that it resists shifting at takeoff. It holds its initial belt position for a bit too long. Haven't figured that out, could be belt slippage, or the steeper angles resist shifting with the weights Im using. Going to put some miles on it tomorrow and see I can figure it out.
I've played with modifying only one pulley angle before, usually the vari side...and it almost always makes the bike quicker, and keeps the shift nice. But never both angles. Maybe not a good idea?
The good thing is that the clutch bell fixed cheek angle can be recut to be stock again if I need to do it, just be pushed back 2mm which I can space the vari for and won't be a big deal. I've done that on a rusted bell that turned out pretty good.
I'd hate to lose the extra variation I've gained from this mod (about 6mm more variation on the cheek) but I don't know if I can even pull it. I guess we'll see tomorrow (edited)