By the time I got the low strings tuned down, the high strings were WAY sharp, then when I tuned them down, the low strings had jumped up to standard pitch again... what a nightmare. I actually sold my soul to the devil in order to finally get the tuning changed over... boy do I ever regret that move now! It was years later that I stumbled across this awesome trick for changing the tuning on a Floyd-Equipped guitar. I'm going to save you a LOT of time and frustration, not even to mention your immortal soul. You just may need that later.
You just need a couple simple tools and some knowledge of the crazy seesaw-like effect that your strings and springs have. You'll learn about blocking your bridge (from both sides!), adjusting the claw screw tension, the famous Whoopi Goldberg, and the aftereffects of messing with your tuning and string gauge. It's all super fast and easy once you learn the basic principles of how to do this. It's all reversible, it doesn't harm anything, and if you follow my steps, you'll have great success. Huzzah!
Thanks so much for watching, let me know how it goes for you! Cheers!