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Old 06-19-2011, 01:45 PM   #331
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Today HK Race S411 Won !
Photo later !
Looovely! Hurry up with the pictures .
I think that S411 will be a winner 2011/2012.
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Old 06-19-2011, 03:11 PM   #332
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Looovely! Hurry up with the pictures .
I think that S411 will be a winner 2011/2012.
used 2mm Carbon Chassis !!
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Old 06-19-2011, 04:40 PM   #333
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My new TC. Not the one RCmarket is talking about winning. Although, I bought it from RCMarket

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Old 06-19-2011, 06:57 PM   #334
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Looovely! Hurry up with the pictures .
I think that S411 will be a winner 2011/2012.
Great! Good news Good beginning
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Old 06-19-2011, 08:16 PM   #335
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Great car Jamison!!!
What kind of spur gear/brand are you using? And how many teeth?
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Old 06-19-2011, 09:13 PM   #336
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Thanks, car is alot of fun to build. Spur is an xray 48p 78 tooth
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Spur is an xray 48p 78 tooth
Ok, thanks. But why so small?? Any "phisycal" reason?

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Old 06-20-2011, 07:24 AM   #338
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It was the only xray spur LHS had that wasnt 116t monster. I still get a 6.0 fdr for 17.5 boosted. A bigger spur will fit for mod.

Remember 48pitch. Its similar in size to my 98t 64p
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Thanks, Jamison!!
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how do I get 5.0 fdr?
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how do I get 5.0 fdr?
Go up on pinion or down on spur. 78spur 31 pinion 48 pitch will give you a 5.0 fdr
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Old 06-20-2011, 03:58 PM   #342
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Hi guys, I've almost completed my 411, this kit seems to be absolutely awesome! I need to purchase spur and pinion, but which one? I've always run 1:8 brushless buggy but I'm totally new to 1:10 touring and I don't know where to start to choose the proper gearing. I'll run on an outdoor track with a Tekin rs-pro/5.5T combo, any input about gearing will be very wellcome
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Hi guys, I've almost completed my 411, this kit seems to be absolutely awesome! I need to purchase spur and pinion, but which one? I've always run 1:8 brushless buggy but I'm totally new to 1:10 touring and I don't know where to start to choose the proper gearing. I'll run on an outdoor track with a Tekin rs-pro/5.5T combo, any input about gearing will be very wellcome
Are you a 64p or 48p guy? The max spur size that will fit is a 112t 64p or an 84t 48 pitch gear. With these sizes, the spur teeth is right next to the chassis. When the car flexes during cornering there is a chance that the teeth may hit. So go a little smaller if you have not purchased spurs yet.

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What is the FDR for this car???
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So the S411 uses standard spurs? Thats good to know because the XRay uses only XRay spurs which have an offset to them.

As for spurs, I personally like these.
http://www.precisionracingsystems.co...e-Spurs-Gears/
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