Yes, definitely a lot to consider. The one thing that jumps out at me is the use of aluminum friction plates. I'm sure it's a weight saving measure but while steel gets hot and turns black/blue, aluminum gets soft and weak. I'm not sure that having steel friction plates would prevent the associated engine damage in those cases,b the amount of fibrous friction material may have just clogged things up starving the engine of oil? But IMO, it would prevent the plates breaking into pieces. I'll be looking into slightly heavier springs as well or maybe shimming the ones that are in there a bit. With the Camel lever, over compressing the springs after shimming should be a non issue if adjusted properly.