Smallest spur is 60t. You do have to drill the holes for the spur gear holder though. That would let you get up to something like 40ish pinion.
Or a 65 is the smallest that will actually fit, no drilling.
To get more room you can use the motor mount root from a zero vertical motor mount, or dremel the XI mount. Either way will get you a few extra teeth on the pinion.
Problem solved tho when the new motor mount comes in
Thanks for the setup tips. I do like the MM32, but sorex 36 at edgie (maitland) is maybe just a bit better. It was also cheaper as a bulk price. I have a set of MM32 to run at castle hill tonight.
ride height and so forth, I run that because the track is very bumpy in places, and as it is my chassis does get scraped quite a bit. Same reason for the shock oil. Faster guys are even softer with the oil in their cars, around 30wt. The diff even with 50wt oil can be difficult on corner exit if im to aggressive. And when I first got the car my choice was 2000wt kit (I tried that first), or 50wt shock being the thickest I had. Even 3 racings diff building guide was using 40wt?
I still have a lot of things I'd like to try, springs included.
Is your droop advice a mm amount, or a gauge reading?