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Old 01-10-2015, 07:56 PM   #6991
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Have any of you tried the 13.5 T motor on the buggy ? and if so, what pinion would any of you recommend for a medium to large clay tracks?
ha. I am running a 10.5 with boost and turbo and running a 32 tooth pinion....... temps are 105
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Old 01-10-2015, 08:03 PM   #6992
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ha. I am running a 10.5 with boost and turbo and running a 32 tooth pinion....... temps are 105
Wildcat1971..72/36 13.5 T what do you think? many thanks..
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Old 01-10-2015, 08:37 PM   #6993
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Wildcat1971..72/36 13.5 T what do you think? many thanks..
I honestly have not tried a pinion that big. but, also keep in mind wheel slip. SRS I have little to no wheel slip. When I run a different track my temps go up 30deg. I was just trying to get you an idea of where to start. I am also not using any motor timing, as boost makes things run cooler. if you need to be blinky, you will need to turn the timing up some.
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Old 01-11-2015, 04:57 AM   #6994
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Im going to test the saddle config soon.
We use the serpent 1/8 roll bars, both 1.8 and 2.0, they are easy enough to bendwith pliers
You drive with Ronnefalk? Do you know his current setup.
Just saw on a pic that he was using 21g on his Avid in the rear.
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Old 01-11-2015, 05:27 AM   #6995
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hey i run a tekin 8.5 20 boost 10 turbo . 28 pinion the car is a missile comes of the track at about 103 after 10 min of run . no wheel spin
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forgot 10 on the drag-brake .
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Old 01-11-2015, 06:36 AM   #6997
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Ran the Gunsmoke setup at a fresh layout at LHR. Like it, ditched the stock springs for the kyoshos.....night and day better.
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Are you using the C rear shock tower?
Yep C tower and the set up to a tee..other than needing a touch more bite...Did the dremal thing ..and TBH had to take off a lot of material ..
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Ran the Gunsmoke setup at a fresh layout at LHR. Like it, ditched the stock springs for the kyoshos.....night and day better.
what color kyoshos uncle?
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Ran the Gunsmoke setup at a fresh layout at LHR. Like it, ditched the stock springs for the kyoshos.....night and day better.
So, night and day better because they are different spring rate probably..
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So, night and day better because they are different spring rate probably..
Correct. Referencing the setup conversations previously, kyosho springs being from the reedy setup. Further inferring; save time and trust these springs, or you'll need to chase something else that works. Chasing is frustrating for guys that want to perform on the track with what limited time and knowledge they have.
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Where do you guys route your servo wire? Over top or under some how?
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Where do you guys route your servo wire? Over top or under some how?
I went through where the center diff gear is. Double tape it before entry and right when it comes through flat, doesn't touch anything.
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Any good recent set ups for indoor clay ?
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CARNAGE !!!

Indoor carpet racing we have a table top setup in the corner on to the straight that you can cut from the take off to the landing and kinda came in a little hot and smoked the cinderblock building wall at about 1/2 throttle... lol ..

Expensive break... Technically I could still race the first hole is still useable

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