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Old 01-18-2013, 11:39 PM   #1591
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17.5 no timing: 4.0
13.5 no timing: 4.5

I hardly change my gear ratio from the above at the local track. Its a smaller carpet track.
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Old 01-18-2013, 11:50 PM   #1592
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A DCJ has 2 joints, a UJ/CV has one, it's easy to spot.

And how does his provide extra performance? I've never even heard of these before
Bottom line, they make any car easier to drive. When I first tried dcj's I felt like I lost some steering but thats just beacuse the front driveshafts arent causing a drag brake effect from all the chatter at full steering lock. Its an easy setup change to add more steering. You end up being way more consistent on your lap time spread when you have an easier car to drive even though you might not be faster on your flying single lap.
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Old 01-19-2013, 12:03 AM   #1593
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I'll be running a 13.5 motor with an 81T spur gear. What pinion would you recommend? I was thinking 27-33 from past experience, maybe 25 or 26 still
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Old 01-19-2013, 12:28 AM   #1594
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Will that mesh right? Ive never tried a spur that small on any car so I can't say. Right now im using the panaracer 96t spur. On my tamiya I usually run a 104 spur.
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Old 01-19-2013, 01:02 AM   #1595
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Well I've never really used anything above a 90T spur... Right now I'm racing my Sakura S zero with a 81T spur and 26T pinion with 9T Ezrun combo. Nice speed and winning races. Thats all thats counts
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I'll be running a 13.5 motor with an 81T spur gear. What pinion would you recommend? I was thinking 27-33 from past experience, maybe 25 or 26 still
blinky or boosted
blinky you look around 4.5
boosted 6.6 to 8 depending on track
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does anybody knows what is the lb rate for the spring pink and blue yokomo?
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does anybody knows what is the lb rate for the spring pink and blue yokomo?
This spring chart has everything

http://www.petitrc.com/reglages/1-10...ingChartv2.pdf
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Does anyone know if my Schumacher 89T spur gear will fit in replacement for the standard kit spur gear the car comes with?

Thanks

Here's what it looks like

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blinky or boosted
blinky you look around 4.5
boosted 6.6 to 8 depending on track
Im not sure about Blinky, as I might be running a small amount of timing on the engine.
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Does anyone know if my Schumacher 89T spur gear will fit in replacement for the standard kit spur gear the car comes with?

Thanks

Here's what it looks likerom
No it won't different bearing size, order some panaracer spurs, maybe HH has some.
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Nah man, they only have the thicker kimbourough ones. No use to me
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Nah man, they only have the thicker kimbourough ones. No use to me
Try RC Market or Mushroom.
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