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Old 01-09-2011, 10:07 AM   #1411
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Selling my LE with exxtra mckune chassi.

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Old 01-09-2011, 05:22 PM   #1412
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there are 2 different one-piece side link versions #3280 normal version and #3281 XL version. How much is the difference in length?
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Selling my LE with exxtra mckune chassi.

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So is/was that originally a CRC Gen X LE?

I might be interested.
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Old 01-09-2011, 07:36 PM   #1414
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Would there be any gain by running a smaller spur gear, like going from 90>72tooth.
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Would there be any gain by running a smaller spur gear, like going from 90>72tooth.
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For WGT?

For what motor? Ramped or not?
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17.5 ballistic and open esc.
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Should have asked...Because I ran 17.5 2S at one time....Is it 1S or 2S?
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there are 2 different one-piece side link versions #3280 normal version and #3281 XL version. How much is the difference in length?
#3280 is the 55mm link (optional longer link for older Gen X-10 Pro) vs. the #3281 65mm link (for both 1/12th XL and Gen X-10 LE).
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And what rollout would you be trying to achieve?
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Just looking to see if by running a smaller spur there would be any advantage?
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Just looking to see if by running a smaller spur there would be any advantage?
For gearing purposes, I like my spurs to be as large as possible; so, my gearing ratio increments are are small as possible for fine tuning the gearing. Therefore, all of my ramped setups have used a 100T spur. For non-ramped, I use 88T.

A Kimbrough 88T is the smallest spur gear you can use their dust covers with. Great for outdoor racing.
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Hi, can you tell me how calculate the roll out on a CRC genX 10.

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Hi, can you tell me how calculate the roll out on a CRC genX 10.

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Pinion x tire dia. x 3.14 / spur=rollout
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spur /pinion=fdr
tire diameter x 3.14 = tire circumference
circumference / fdr = rollout

example
100/40= 2.5
tire size 52mm x 3.14 = 163.28/2.5 =65.31
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