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Old 05-27-2015, 12:21 PM   #13921
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Hey guys, stock 17.5 arrived and will be working to switch setup tonight. Quick question on final drive numbers. The motor recommends a 6 and there are always different ways to achieve that FDR.

I'm currently looking at placing a 69 spur with a 30 pinion to get 5.98. Are there any pro's and cons to alternatives? I'm guessing you dont want too high a pinion as it will place strain on the motor. Despite FDR the tooth count on spur and pinion will affect the acceleration and top speed in general and so despite the recommendation you tweek to find the best setting at the most acceptable temperature conditions.
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Hey guys, stock 17.5 arrived and will be working to switch setup tonight. Quick question on final drive numbers. The motor recommends a 6 and there are always different ways to achieve that FDR.

I'm currently looking at placing a 69 spur with a 30 pinion to get 5.98. Are there any pro's and cons to alternatives? I'm guessing you dont want too high a pinion as it will place strain on the motor. Despite FDR the tooth count on spur and pinion will affect the acceleration and top speed in general and so despite the recommendation you tweek to find the best setting at the most acceptable temperature conditions.
What motor did you buy?
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Old 05-27-2015, 12:26 PM   #13923
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What motor did you buy?
Went with a Orion VS2 Pro 17.5 T (ORI28252) in the end to stay within the Orion stable and so I could have sensor passthrough for ESC configuration.
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Old 05-27-2015, 12:36 PM   #13924
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Kishima rear bodies are in stock.
Where??
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http://www.teamassociated.com/parts/details/91578/
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Went with a Orion VS2 Pro 17.5 T (ORI28252) in the end to stay within the Orion stable and so I could have sensor passthrough for ESC configuration.
Set the timing to 40 degrees, and put on a 30X72. Run for 5 minutes, check temp. Keep temps under 150. If it's ice cold (it should be), go ahead and move to a 30x69.
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Old 05-27-2015, 12:47 PM   #13927
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Old 05-27-2015, 01:00 PM   #13928
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well that didnt last long, lol
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Wait a day or so and they should be back.
We have to get more packaged.
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Anyone know about how long it takes for the Associated warranty department to process a request? I had a kit that had some funky ball studs in it. Shot them an email two weeks ago, with the form and receipt but never heard anything back.
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Anyone know about how long it takes for the Associated warranty department to process a request? I had a kit that had some funky ball studs in it. Shot them an email two weeks ago, with the form and receipt but never heard anything back.
Normally requests are handled quickly. We have had many of the customer service people out the last few weeks due to events we were attending.
Try sending a follow up email to be sure your email got through. Or call.
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