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Old 05-06-2007, 05:57 PM   #16
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Unless it's a dedicated RC track...and very clean, 48p is the way to go. Every time I use 64p in a parking lot, I end up tearing up my nice 64p stuff with little tiny rocks.
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depending on the ratio i need.. i always get it right anyway with 48p
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Old 05-07-2007, 12:53 AM   #21
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64 pitch is smooth and silent compared to 48 pitch but wouldnt recommend 64 if running in a parking lot or dirty dusty tracks.
48 is great for messing around and parking lot racing.
Also if going brushless would recommend 48 pitch jsut for strength.
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48, 64 is a pain to mesh right and you can always get the right ratio with 48 anyway.
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64dp also has better tunabilty to the gear ratio or rollout you want
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Originally Posted by minnesh
gentlemen, for
on road touring what would u guys recomend
as going to run in hpi pro 4 with a 540 motor on road touring.
With a 540 motor, the extra tunability of the 64P could be very helpful. I have used 64P for on-road racing for years without durability problems.
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