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Old 02-17-2015, 03:08 PM   #3976
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Got my Goteck mini servo, but already faced a problem... servo's spline is 4.8mm diameter and it is too small for my servo saver. Servo has 25 teeth spline, but it is small enough to fit in to 23 teeth saver. Is there any adapters from 4.8mm to bigger? Or should I buy another servo? I'm budget tight, so I cannot afford these high end JR's, Futaba's and Hitec's
Hobby King has a nice mini servo for 1/12 - 1/10 pan cars. it really fast and holds center really well. The best part is that it's like $20 and uses a 25t spline. I have been testing one on my WGT and so far has been great!

http://hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store...ckStar%20servo
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Old 02-17-2015, 03:37 PM   #3977
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Old 02-17-2015, 06:09 PM   #3978
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Backordered.
Unfortunately...yes. That just goes to show how good they are.
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Old 02-22-2015, 06:41 AM   #3979
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Hi all, I am going to get a CRC Gen-X10 SE
can I use shorty or full size 2S lipos ?
Or do I have to modify something to fit them ?
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Default Gearing for 13.5 blinky 1S?

Could someone recommend gearing for 13.5 blinky 1S?
I will use it in X-10 SE with Trinity Epic D3.5 on 30m x 15m carpet.

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Old 02-22-2015, 02:15 PM   #3981
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Could someone recommend gearing for 13.5 blinky 1S?
I will use it in X-10 SE with Trinity Epic D3.5 on 30m x 15m carpet.

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Between 82mm and 86mm with 25* of timing and the HT rotor.
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Old 02-23-2015, 08:12 AM   #3982
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Default 13.5

I ran my 13.5 Fantom at 84 with just about the same timing, and rotor. You won't be disappointed... These are excellent motors.
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I ran my 13.5 Fantom at 84 with just about the same timing, and rotor. You won't be disappointed... These are excellent motors.
To what gear ratio this translates with 56mm wheels?
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To what gear ratio this translates with 56mm wheels?
Gear Ratio = Tire Diameter * pi / Rollout

Fir 56mm tires and a rollout of 84mm, the ratio is 2.094.
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Old 02-23-2015, 10:41 AM   #3985
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80 spur 38 pinion with a 56mm tire.
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Old 02-23-2015, 10:42 AM   #3986
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Bigger question is why on earth you'd wanna run such big tires? On any kinda grip that car is going to traction roll like crazy.
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Bigger question is why on earth you'd wanna run such big tires? On any kinda grip that car is going to traction roll like crazy.
2.20" is well within the usable range on low-traction asphalt, like a parking lot.
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I was suggesting this for carpet, not sure about asphalt. If running on carpet like originally stated, 56mm is way to big IMO. 52.5 would be a max start IMO.
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2.20" is well within the usable range on low-traction asphalt, like a parking lot.
He asked for a carpet setup
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I was suggesting this for carpet, not sure about asphalt.
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He asked for a carpet setup
Yup, I should have read a little further. Call me "Mr. Short Attention Span".

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