right i admit it did and it is fast.. but with real rc cars they take flight .. they cant handle the air .. those cars say 600 pounds of air wieght on them.. so the wire helps that.. but in the case of real rc cars it just isnt there... thats what i meant
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Burbs, do you like being wrong, because you are once again. The tires can't be too small, it doesn't matter what size they are. And if you scale down to a 1/18 scale, it will be lighter, which means a higher top speed.
My tires are 1.375 inches in diameter. My pinion is 31 tooth, and my spur is a 58 tooth.
Also ,do you have mental problems? Because I said I didn't get the stuff today so I can't make a video. So why don't you just wait till I get it, so you can say all your stupid stuff!
because i want u to do it right.. i dont have mental problems man.. if i wasnt right u would get so upset.. im not calling u names.. im simply staing the facts.. and yes tire sizes matter a ton..it effects your final drive ratio.. which is what we use to calculate higher and lower speeds or gear ratios..... dont argue when u dont know..
if u had any clue how important a final drive is u would understand... but by the list on your sig u dont have any real race vehicles.. u have basher toys.... so u dont know....
tire diameter X 3.14 = X
sur divided by pinion = Y X divided by Y equals you final drive
if u have a transmition that dirive is added in to ...
1.375 X 3.14 =4.3146
58 dividede by 31 = 1.870
4.3146 divided by 1.870 = 2.30
your final is 2.30
now lets do this......
take a 10th tire at 2.30 size..
so we have
2.30 X 3.14= 7.22
58 divided by 31= 1.87
7.22 divided by 1.87 = 3.86 final drive
2.30 or 3.86 which is a higher final drive?????? thanks next
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