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Old 04-14-2011, 11:29 AM   #2251
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"In Development" is usually what I get from software engineers on things I want that I'll never see, but they dont want to tell me officially 'no' in writing. lol

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Thanks Rick for the response, looking for the option parts to start rolling out for TC6 even tho the car is good now, only can get better.
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Looking to get a 3.6 FDR and need an aftermarket spur/pinion combo. What are people recommending?

I'm looking at the spurs offered on Speedtech R/C. Kimbrough, RW Racing, Speedtech, and Xenon spurs are the ones I'm interested in. Number of teeth on the spur and pinion would be helpful.

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Old 04-14-2011, 07:11 PM   #2254
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Looking to get a 3.6 FDR and need an aftermarket spur/pinion combo. What are people recommending?

I'm looking at the spurs offered on Speedtech R/C. Kimbrough, RW Racing, Speedtech, and Xenon spurs are the ones I'm interested in. Number of teeth on the spur and pinion would be helpful.

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If you can find a 49 tooth pinion, a Kimbrough 88 will get you a 3.59. For a 3.6 to fit the motor mount, I think you will need a spur in the 88-92 range.
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Looking to get a 3.6 FDR and need an aftermarket spur/pinion combo. What are people recommending?

I'm looking at the spurs offered on Speedtech R/C. Kimbrough, RW Racing, Speedtech, and Xenon spurs are the ones I'm interested in. Number of teeth on the spur and pinion would be helpful.

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Yep, 90/50 is the closest setup I could find to fit with the adjustment available on the motor mount. It's exactly 3.60 fdr. Tried 85/47 for 3.62 and it didnt fit.
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Or you could use an Associated 69T spur and a 38/39 pinion if you want to stick to 48 pitch. HKSRC carries the 3racing pinions which go up above 40 in 48 pitch. I'm running the 69/38 on my TC6
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Yep, 90/50 is the closest setup I could find to fit with the adjustment available on the motor mount. It's exactly 3.60 fdr. Tried 85/47 for 3.62 and it didnt fit.
Trying to visualize why 85/47 wouldn't work.. what's happening on the motor mount that does not allow for this?
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Old 04-15-2011, 05:42 AM   #2259
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Does anyone know if exotek is coming out with a tc6 chassis
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Trying to visualize why 85/47 wouldn't work.. what's happening on the motor mount that does not allow for this?
Because they will not mesh?

No space for them, you can't move motor for this dimensions.

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Because they will not mesh?

No space for them, you can't move motor for this dimensions.

Check my gear chart!

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Is that you I see on the TC6 Thread Joe? I see Mike G and Matt hanging out in here... Another convert perhaps?

On another note, we have been able to fit all the way up to a 39-40 tooth pinion with a 78 tooth, 48P spur. I have found this to be the most versatile size if running boosted and non boosted 17.5. You can get the ratios on both ends without changing a spur. I guess the equivalent in 64P would probably work well too.

Rick H. I stand corrected, looking at the pictures well, I now see the difference.
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Does anyone know if exotek is coming out with a tc6 chassis
Äh, what? Why should they? The actual chassis is Lipo and asphalt already...
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What shock tower is juho using for support in the back for the body?
which white springs are these??
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