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Old 05-28-2011, 02:03 AM   #481
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You can find them at all the shops who sell 3racing stuf or and fleebay.

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Anyone know were i can find a ball diff?

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Sorry let me explain a little better,

I have seen different parts for the ball diff but can no find a full ball diff to buy
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Ahaaaaaa.

Well i have a new one here i don't use
Make me a offer.

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I have seen different parts for the ball diff but can no find a full ball diff to buy
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Old 05-29-2011, 06:35 AM   #484
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can someone tell me what parts i will need to build up a ball diff?
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Old 06-03-2011, 03:09 AM   #485
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Can anyone help me with a pinion gear to start with ?

the track is around the size of a bball court

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What motor are you running?
Boosted or none boosted?
Questions questions i know but they are important to figure out what FDR you can run.

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the track is around the size of a bball court

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Oh sorry i ment to add that but forgot,

just silvercan non boosted esc
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Old 06-03-2011, 07:11 AM   #488
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Now there is a motor i can't help you with as i have never tried that one in the Sakura.
The lightest motor i used was 21.5 brushless and is very different then the silvercan.
Perhaps some other one can help you with that.
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Hoe do you determine the desired FDR?
Or is this trial and error, by measuring temp on motor and esc?

Let's say you want a silvercan setup, would it be a good starting point to take the FDR of a tt-01 and try to get close to that?

That would mean a 21 pinion with the standard 80 spur for a silvercan, right?
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When using that pinion and spur you get a FDR of 7.619.
This is to high for a silvercan motor to get some speed in it, or do you have a very small and tight track?
On what circuit are you going to run?
give us a bit more info on what track your planning to run the car.
Lenght? flowong track, tight twisty track and so on.

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Hoe do you determine the desired FDR?
Or is this trial and error, by measuring temp on motor and esc?

Let's say you want a silvercan setup, would it be a good starting point to take the FDR of a tt-01 and try to get close to that?

That would mean a 21 pinion with the standard 80 spur for a silvercan, right?
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it will be mainly parking lot racing, with some friends that run silvercans and 23 turns brushed motors. I currently run a TT-01 with a fdr of 5,72 (25 pinion with a 55 spur). If I can reach the same top end, I will be ok.

I need this to practise a bit more before going to the track.

If I go after the same FDR, that would require a 26 or 27 pinion with the standard 80 spur, right?

We always use the same lay-out of our 'track' being quite a few tight corners and a straight of approx 40 mtrs. Don't need a lot of top end I guess.

I'm new to this stuff and wonder how you determine the ultimate fdr for a motor/esc combination. Is there some logic to this or is it experience and a bit of trial and error?

Thanks for the quick reply.
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You got a internal drive ratio of 1.9 if the car has the stock pulleys.
So 26 pinion makes it a FDR of 5.846
27 pinion makes it a FDR of 5.629
The Sakura will run faster then the TT01 as it is lighter and the car runs smoother.
No there isn't a exact guideline on what FDR you can use as this is different from track to track.
It is all in trail and error.
The 23 turns motor is a lot faster then the silvercan motor.
If you want to free up the car, use the alloy gear adaptor and the 19 teeth side pulley's as this gives you a IDR of 2 and you can adjust the belt a bit more so the drivetrain will free up more.
What city are you from?
Perhaps we could meet some times to do some tech talk

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it will be mainly parking lot racing, with some friends that run silvercans and 23 turns brushed motors. I currently run a TT-01 with a fdr of 5,72 (25 pinion with a 55 spur). If I can reach the same top end, I will be ok.


If I go after the same FDR, that would require a 26 or 27 pinion with the standard 80 spur, right?

We always use the same lay-out of our 'track' being quite a few tight corners and a straight of approx 40 mtrs. Don't need a lot of top end I guess.

I'm new to this stuff and wonder how you determine the ultimate fdr for a motor/esc combination. Is there some logic to this or is it experience and a bit of trial and error?

Thanks for the quick reply.
Bedankt!
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Thanks a lot for all the info! This really helps.

I'm located between Haarlem and leiden, pm for details....
So now i've got to get a hold of some pinions, i'll try bmtuning for them, Although i don't think i spotted these before. Where areyou shopping as I don't want to wait 3 weeks for a pinion from HK.

I also have a ezrun kit with an 8.5 motor but that would be way too fast. I'm searching eBay now for a 17.5 motor or kit.
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hey guys im thinking about getting this car and i have one question, where can i get a cheap 17.5 motor and esc combo. i think i have to run blinky at my track to. thanks
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hey guys im thinking about getting this car and i have one question, where can i get a cheap 17.5 motor and esc combo. i think i have to run blinky at my track to. thanks
You can get the speed Passion cirtix stock spec combo for about $90. Esc and motor.
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