if you want to think about it from a actual physical standpoint....more winds means more physical material on the arm which translates to a wider powerband. More stuff to turn slows acceleration a tad with the loss of low end grunt. The more winds, generally, the more top end because they can spool up more...not necessarily faster. You really don't hear about people running much more than a tripple these days. usually singles or doubles. If you want a quad or quint, you may have to go custom and talk to brood or DC and have them made for you.
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