Well, does anyone have a dyno sheet for these motors?
Because they put out their max power at a certain RPM. And at that RPM, you want to be going pretty much the average speed on the track.
If you gear it too tall, you'll be too slow reaching the average speed. I guess you may end up having a faster topspeed on the straight but this will be negated by your losses in the turns.
If you gear it too short, you'll be too fast reaching the average speed and run out of rev-room before hitting high speed on the straights.
Yes, it depends on tracks. But the motors need a metric, and that is given by a dyno.
Anyone have a dyno page for thse motors?