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Old 07-29-2007, 07:44 AM   #196
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yup,everything is looking good for the end of august.
will it be ready for the next minreng race???? mod 1/12th baby
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Old 07-29-2007, 08:16 AM   #197
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my target date is on or before my birthday which is the 27th.how nice of a gift to myself would that be to release my car on my 31st birthday.uh man,i had to remind myself.
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i cant run mod at minnreg this time around.i need to finish the point series first.after that i am going to be throwing the 5.5 in there to get ready for the snowbirds.i spoke to PW and he said he is interested also.looks like we may get a pretty strong mod class pretty soon
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Old 07-29-2007, 09:54 AM   #199
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i cant run mod at minnreg this time around.i need to finish the point series first.after that i am going to be throwing the 5.5 in there to get ready for the snowbirds.i spoke to PW and he said he is interested also.looks like we may get a pretty strong mod class pretty soon
cool! now if i could only find my 5.5 motor
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I just installed my Novak 10.5 Pro in my DB12R prototype. I wanted to see what the biggest pinon that I could fit with an 88 spur. Well, I can see plenty of daylight between the 88T spur and a 44T pinion! Thats the biggest pinion I have. You will be able to hit any gear ratio you need with a BL motor in a DB12R
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I just installed my Novak 10.5 Pro in my DB12R prototype. I wanted to see what the biggest pinon that I could fit with an 88 spur. Well, I can see plenty of daylight between the 88T spur and a 44T pinion! Thats the biggest pinion I have. You will be able to hit any gear ratio you need with a BL motor in a DB12R
if you need any bigger pinions let me know i have up to 53t
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thats cool adrian. i am in the same boat for pinion sizes.i never did have any larger than that.we gotta borrow some pinions from marcos so we can see what the limit is.should be interesting to see.
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Old 07-29-2007, 02:07 PM   #204
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thats cool adrian. i am in the same boat for pinion sizes.i never did have any larger than that.we gotta borrow some pinions from marcos so we can see what the limit is.should be interesting to see.
let me know fool!!!
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thats cool adrian. i am in the same boat for pinion sizes.i never did have any larger than that.we gotta borrow some pinions from marcos so we can see what the limit is.should be interesting to see.
Heck I put a 76t spur on mine and could gear to forever........Marcos you know anywhere that has 56-60t??????
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I can't wait to get my hands on this car! Well, actually I can wait but it will be so much more fun when I don't have too.

For 5.5 setups is anyone noticing whether you can use standard gearing (24-25/100)? I'm noticing that a lot of posted gearing for brushless setups seem to utilize an 88t spur, what happens when you use a standard 100t spur and normal pinion? I'm just waiting and looking forward to the Tekin brushless.
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100/25 will not be a problem.
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the only class i run a 100 spur in is mod.the reason for this is to allow you to use the largest,most efficient pinion possible.once we get into the more common classes such as stock and 19,i go the other direction.i try to run as close to a reasonable size pinion as possible.i try to stay between 27 and 36.with brushless 10.5 and 13.5 you dont really have a choice.you need to run a large pinion so you really need to start with an 88 spur.some guys are hunting even smaller spurs to get the needed rollout.this is why i decided to include the 88 spur.it is going to be the most commonly used among the general public and our pod will allow unlimited gearing options.
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if you need any bigger pinions let me know i have up to 53t
You need to run some brushless oval. We've got pinions up to 60t. Think about 100/60 with 2.15 tires
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You need to run some brushless oval. We've got pinions up to 60t. Think about 100/60 with 2.15 tires
i know prs sells them i just didnt need a 60t yet
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