it's always going to grab the belt at idle, since there isn't anything holding the sheaves apart it's going to try to close when its spinning. as long as it isn't trying to move the bike it's fine.
with a heavier spring you will need heavier weights than if you had a light spring.
with a lighter stock spring you need lighter weights. this has the advantage of causing less drag on the belt. the downside is that the variator can close too quickly and drag the engine towards the pulley and the engine can bounce. also since there is less spring force when you slow down the variator wants to stay closed. that's why you use a launch lever, to hold the engine when you launch the bike and to push it back when you slow down/enter a corner
with a heavier spring you won't have these problems but you need heavier weights to counteract the spring.
you are not using enough weight. the bike in the picture has about 6.5 gram on each arm. with the doppler spring you need more than that. I only ever used the stock spring so I use more like 8 gram on each arm. so you need more for sure.
I made a spreadsheet a while back of all the weight combinations+screw weights in grains, there is a similar table in the wiki but it is way off, the weights are wrong, also there are actually 4 different size doppler weights, and it doesn't account for the screws.