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Old 03-11-2009, 08:38 PM   #9001
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All you have to do is enter a 100 for spur size, the formula does not change for figuring out gear ratios. There is no premade chart, since AE designed the TC5 with 48 pitch in mine. 2.0 x spur/pinion =3.5
Try a 55 pinion and a 96 or 97 tooth spur.
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Since I started with 48 pitch I stayed with it I used 72t spur for pinion 35,37,39 & 41 depending on track layout.
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Old 03-12-2009, 07:53 AM   #9003
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over a period of time the diff rings will get grooves in them once they get grooves u can flip them over then after that side gets grooves u have to replace them i replace the balls after both sides of the rings are shot so just watch for grooves then once u use both sides trash them and get the rebuild kit and start from scratch
Are you polishing the rings? I'm doing that and setting the diff to a medium, medium/loose setting but I'm worried that I'm not doing enough to keep them in better shape.
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Old 03-12-2009, 08:36 AM   #9004
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All you have to do is enter a 100 for spur size, the formula does not change for figuring out gear ratios. There is no premade chart, since AE designed the TC5 with 48 pitch in mine. 2.0 x spur/pinion =3.5
Try a 55 pinion and a 96 or 97 tooth spur.
Knowing that what is the benefit to 64 pitch?
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Old 03-12-2009, 08:52 AM   #9005
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Greater gearing possibilities
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Old 03-12-2009, 09:07 AM   #9006
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by increment I assume you mean? Not in total high or low.

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Old 03-12-2009, 09:09 AM   #9007
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I personally use 48 pitch but I run on asphalt.
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I know this has been posted before...but Im looking for the setup...for VTA TC5r.....Ive read back till the eyes went blind...lol...you can pm the excat page if anybody knows...sorry for breaking topic
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Old 03-12-2009, 09:23 AM   #9010
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Where to get import brand shoes and clothing .Such as DG,dsquared,coach, fendi,Gucci,Nike jordan,Dunk,Nike shox,Air max,Air force one,Adidas, Puma, Prada,Bape,Timberland shoes, t-shirts,jeans, shorts and so on. ?

in online shop www shoes-trader com
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FAIL! go peddle your crap with this dude.

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FAIL! go peddle your crap with this dude.

That is Sweet, im gonna try that!!!!!!
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by increment I assume you mean? Not in total high or low.

Those little teeth scare me
smaller increments between gears w/ 64p...example a 1 tooth change on the pinion is less of an increment compared to 1 tooth change on 48p...so more possible gearing options..can fine it more than 64p. Also it's quiter and more efficient over 48p. Down side is a small rock can wreck 64p gears easier than 48p, also proper gear mesh is more cricital w/ 64p...easier to strip than 48p. If running outdoors and dirty track 48p is probably a better choice.
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Are you polishing the rings? I'm doing that and setting the diff to a medium, medium/loose setting but I'm worried that I'm not doing enough to keep them in better shape.
Go visit this company and get their diff rings and balls for the TC5. Simply the best diff setup you can have on your car. The diff lasts alot longer than a standard setup and is always glass smooth.

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Go visit this company and get their diff rings and balls for the TC5. Simply the best diff setup you can have on your car. The diff lasts alot longer than a standard setup and is always glass smooth.

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smaller increments between gears w/ 64p...example a 1 tooth change on the pinion is less of an increment compared to 1 tooth change on 48p...so more possible gearing options..can fine it more than 64p. Also it's quiter and more efficient over 48p. Down side is a small rock can wreck 64p gears easier than 48p, also proper gear mesh is more cricital w/ 64p...easier to strip than 48p. If running outdoors and dirty track 48p is probably a better choice.

and I already have a full set of 48pitch pinions!
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