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Old 12-10-2008, 02:17 PM   #6361
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That looks crazy! Nothing from 40 to 45 teeth?
We will be doing more sizes but these seemed to be the hard to find pinions.
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Old 12-10-2008, 02:52 PM   #6362
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howmuch will thesepinions be?
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Old 12-10-2008, 02:55 PM   #6363
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The pinions are going to be in the $5.00 range.
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The pinions are going to be in the $5.00 range.
how about 48pitch?
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Old 12-10-2008, 05:20 PM   #6365
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Hey Guys,

We now have our new pinions in stock and will have them on the website tommorow. The sizes range from 45 teeth to 60 teeth. here are some pics of them and also a few pics to show the amount of gear that can be fitted on the new DB12RR.

All pinions are nickel Teflon coated for maximum wear resistance and smooth mesh
Sweet mercy! Looks like you mounted a quarter on the motor shaft.
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Sweet mercy! Looks like you mounted a quarter on the motor shaft.
Close!! Actually a touch bigger than a quarter (60T)

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Excellent pic! ^
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My 10 year old Sony Mavica camera ROCKS!! Shoots onto 3.5" floppies, I've LOVED it since it was new. Even an E-tard like me can make it work. And you don't want to know how many pics that thing has taken.
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So, I got the chance to run the RR a bit this week. I would still like to get a bit more on-power steering. Are most of you running with the links mounted to the front (long) position or the back (short)?
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Hello mrrcguy,

You can try these options with the Long Flex plates use the tweek screws only put them in till they just touch the chassis. Or you can move the Aluminum mounts back to the standard position to get more steering.

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So, I got the chance to run the RR a bit this week. I would still like to get a bit more on-power steering. Are most of you running with the links mounted to the front (long) position or the back (short)?
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Hello mrrcguy,

You can try these options with the Long Flex plates use the tweek screws only put them in till they just touch the chassis. Or you can move the Aluminum mounts back to the standard position to get more steering.

Hope this helps
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Yeah I think thats my next move. The car is pretty light at 867g (Lipo) so I was thinking about adding a few grams to the front of the chassis. Is this a bad idea. Obviously Im a 1/12th newb.
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So in what case would you need gearing that high? 21.5 w/ a 1cell LiPo?
The pics show a 78 spur with a 60 pinion. We did it to show what you could fit on a DB12RR. Chances are you would never need to run that combo.

The most important thing is that the DB12RR now allows racers to run larger more efficient spur gears and still fit the required larger pinions.
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