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Old 11-05-2008, 05:41 PM   #5791
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Been awhile since I was that cold
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I will look into it guys. Hoodie would be cool. We do get into the 20's at night on rare occasion down here. Other than that alot of 60's and 70's all winter
I would be happy to take about a dozen hoodies for the shop. (as long as they are not white)
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Old 11-06-2008, 03:09 AM   #5794
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Cool, I will let you know as soon as i get info on them.
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Old 11-06-2008, 03:09 AM   #5795
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Old 11-06-2008, 03:18 AM   #5796
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I will look into it guys. Hoodie would be cool. We do get into the 20's at night on rare occasion down here. Other than that alot of 60's and 70's all winter
You suck My vote is for a grey hoodie & don't forget about us "super-sized" guys
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I will look into it guys. Hoodie would be cool. We do get into the 20's at night on rare occasion down here. Other than that alot of 60's and 70's all winter
Don't forget parkas for those of us who experience the 20's...MINUS 20's...at night on not incredibly rare occasions.
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Old 11-06-2008, 11:37 AM   #5798
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Hey guys,

I wanted to let you know that we now have our own 78 tooth/64 pitch and 58tooth/48 pitch machined spur gears in stock. We will also have large pinions shortly. I will post a pic shortly
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58 tooth?! Wouldn't the diameter of the diff rings be larger than the spur?
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The 58 tooth is the 48 pitch equivelent of a 78 tooth 64 pitch gear. They are the same diameter and both use 12 diff balls
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Old 11-06-2008, 12:00 PM   #5801
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Heres a pic of both side by side
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ahhh.. I totally read over the 58t/48p part. I hardly ever think about 48p anymore.


While on the topic of gears, how is everyone gearing a 10.5 outdoors? on Novak's website, they recommend a rollout of 51mm for a 10.5 in a 12th scale. That would be a 26/88 with fresh out of the box Jaco Prisms. Currently, I'm running my 10.5 with a 36/88 ratio () and the motor is still in the correct temp range after an 8 minute race. I assume the 51mm rollout was for tight, indoor carpet tracks? I've got a big race coming up this weekend and need to know where I should start out for gearing on a large outdoor parkinglot track. I've never run brushless in a 12th scale until I got my DB12R 2-3 weeks ago.
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Old 11-06-2008, 12:09 PM   #5803
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Your exactly where i was geared 2 weeks ago with 10.5 outdoors and fullsized tires. You should be good buddy.
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Man, the pic of that 58t looks like a zoomed in pic of a 64p pinion that's had the boss ripped off.
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yeah, its been a while since i have looked at a 48 pitch spur. They are great for outdoors though
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