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Old 09-21-2007, 07:33 PM   #31
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Originally Posted by rsxskyd View Post
I think i get it now..........30t pinion/96t spur would probably have more acceleration than a 30t/100t pin/spur (both 64p) am i correct or wrong, and if you add a tooth or more on the pinion it would have a further roll out and if you remove a toothor more from the spur it would also have a better roll out........is that all correct?
Thats correct, you can play between your tire diameter, spur gear # of teeth and pinion gear #of teeth to obtain the desire rollout. On the 30t/96t vs 30t/100t you got it backwards is more acceleration with the 30/100 generally speaking.
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