Long freewheeling (reduces friction = less pedaling)
Koozer Hub Material:
Uses high-strengthaircraft-gradeprecisionCNCAL7075 in wholeprocess, Japan‘s top high temperature resistantgreasesynergy, foursealedaftertwohigh-qualityunits producedbeforeNBKbearing, configure6pawltoothdensityx72round tower, with the superior characteristics ofultra-lightweight/high strength/high lubricity/highpedaling efficiency
> 6 Pawls >72HD Click / Points of Engagement
About Points of Engagement (PoE)
High end freewheels have more pawls and engagement points than lower end freewheels, so there are more ridges in the engagement surface and more pawls hitting the splines on the engagement surface. The reason this is desirable is that more pawls and engagement points means faster engagement when you start pedaling.
Higher engagement helps your balance on technical climbs when you need to stop pedaling for a sec or back pedal and then re-engage due to terrain features. You feel more connected to the bike via the pedals and cranks
It also feels a lot better on trails that are like pump tracks where you hammer the pedals in intervals.