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Old 06-04-2009, 09:27 PM   #16516
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does anyone know what spur gear would i be able to use to run 13.5 and 5.5 pinions with out having to change spur gears.
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Old 06-04-2009, 11:19 PM   #16517
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Mike E I think your math is off if your running the TC your ratio would be 4.33
not 4.7 .
Ya that's my bad. I had a 46 pinion not 50.
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Old 06-06-2009, 06:53 AM   #16518
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Well, I'm back in Bellingham doing the normal school stuff. I'm taking a break from my studies to post up my Reedy Race setup. The car was very easy to drive in the given conditions. Track was pretty high grip, and we were using Jaco Blues.

Front:

Spring: HPI Pro 4 Pink
Oil: Losi 45
Piston: HB 1.1mm 3 hole
Shock position: 3 on tower, 2 on arm
Rebound: Full rebound with no foam
Camber link Position: long, with 2mm under the inner mount.
Camber: 2.5 deg
Toe: 1 deg out
Caster: 4 deg
Toe block: 2.0 deg
Shims under suspension blocks: 1.0mm all around
Swaybar: 1.4mm w/ new style mount, with the screws backed out 3mm
Droop: 9.0mm from the center of the outer hinge pin to the setup board
Ride height: 5mm
Wheelbase: .7mm behind arm, 2mm in front

Rear:
Spring: Silver
Oil: Losi 35wt
Piston: HB 1.1mm 3 hole
Rebound: full without foam
Shock position: 4 on tower, 3 on arm
Camber: 2.5 deg
Camber Link Position: long with 1.5mm under the inner pivot, and 1mm on the outer pivot.
Toe block: 2 deg
Shims under suspension mounts: 1.5mm all around
Swaybar: 1.2mm on new style mount with screws backed out 1mm.
Droop: 8.5mm measured from the outer hinge pin to the setup board.
Ride Height: 5mm
Wheelbase: 2mm in front of arm, .7mm behind it, and 2mm in front of hub, .7mm behind it.

Other:
Front Drive: Ver 3 spool with MIP CVD's
Body: LW Protoform Mazdaspeed 6 mounted a tick forward
Wing: LW wing
Tires: Jaco blue premounts
Sauce: tweak/buggy grip
Motor: Team Trinity Duo 13.5
ESC: LRP SPX
Gearing: 100/40

Hope thats everything! Let me know if you have any questions.

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Hey Korey,
I have question on this set up for the rear, "the long camber link set
Camber Link Position: long with 1.5mm under the inner pivot, and 1mm on the outer pivot." The rear hub carrier has 2 positions, using the positon (inside wheel) to make the longest link possible won't it rub with the wheel rim??
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Old 06-06-2009, 11:01 AM   #16519
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I think what I said was misleading... It's basically just the kit link setup, but with the 1mm under the ballstud on the rear hub carrier. We were running Jaco Blues at the reedy race, and they have the edge of the wheel that is very rounded, so there is plenty of room for the ballcup.

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Old 06-06-2009, 11:12 AM   #16520
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I think what I said was misleading... It's basically just the kit link setup, but with the 1mm under the ballstud on the rear hub carrier. We were running Jaco Blues at the reedy race, and they have the edge of the wheel that is very rounded, so there is plenty of room for the ballcup.

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Hi Korey, what is the outside diameter of the Jaco Blues you ran?
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Old 06-06-2009, 12:13 PM   #16521
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Without compressing them a bit to get the airgap out... it's 63mm. When compressing a bit.. it's roughly 61.

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Old 06-06-2009, 03:17 PM   #16522
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my cyclone update
& waitting this new parts
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Old 06-06-2009, 08:37 PM   #16523
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Ya that's my bad. I had a 46 pinion not 50.
I ran 55/96 today and wanted to go higher (ended up running 28' total timing to get the straight away speed).... I think a 94t spur would be ideal, then you could run 51-57t pinions for our tracks.
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Old 06-06-2009, 08:53 PM   #16524
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how did you do that?
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how did you do that?

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i think he diy himself......
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Old 06-07-2009, 06:46 PM   #16528
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It looks like it just gives a lot of room for electronics if you use low profile servos. It could also move weight a littlemore forward making the car smoother to drive... but I doubt it's veyr noticable.

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Looks like you have to shoe goo it to the chassis. Not something I like doing.
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Looks like you have to shoe goo it to the chassis. Not something I like doing.
u can use servo tape to stick ur servo on d chassis....
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