I have a Kaiser Universe and a Grand Universe. The Kaiser Universe runs on time. The slow/fast adjustment allows the clock to run between -2 min/hour to +2 min/hour. Is this about the normal range? On the Kaiser Grand Universe the slow/fast adjustment allows the clock to run between +30 min/hour to +10 min/hour (both very fast). For both clocks the pendulum is identical as I have reassembled them myself. The Grand Universe has a new suspension spring which I believe is the correct specification for this clock (called the "Kaiser Standard 54" from a reputable seller). The anchor, however, had no upright wire that connects it to the suspension spring, so I have glued one on (I know it's a little rough). Now the clock works, runs continuously, but it runs very fast, the anchor is probably the potential issue but I have tried moving the position of the upright wire closer/further from the suspension spring with no significant change to its speed. Anyone know why the clock might run so fast? Could it be purely due to the anchor wire? I haven't dismantled the movement but I assume if there was a problem in there the clock would run slow.