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Old 10-23-2012, 01:39 PM   #751
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For anyone running 13.5 BLINKY what kind of fdr are you running? I just picked up a schurr speed 13.5 and am looking for a starting point for indoor carpet 96x40ish

4.3ish should get you very close
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4.3ish should get you very close
We run on asphalt and we run 100/51 ...3.92 FDR
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Old 10-23-2012, 02:26 PM   #753
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4.3ish should get you very close
Thank you, any idea on timing?

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We run on asphalt and we run 100/51 ...3.92 FDR
Thanks, how large is your track?
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Old 10-23-2012, 02:43 PM   #754
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Thank you, any idea on timing?


Thanks, how large is your track?
i run a Plutonium Brushless Motor(Sensor) 13.5 and the timing turned to +3
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100/51 fits? Did it require any modding?
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Old 10-23-2012, 04:46 PM   #756
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100/51 fits? Did it require any modding?
CORRECTION... THAT IS MY 17.5 GEARING.. DO NOT USE ON THE 13.5..

i was using 100/42 in the 13.5

our track in about 125ft by 65ft at the widest point

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Lol got it. I went 96/44 and it was ok I'm ordering some 100 spurs. Can the bd7 fit 100/51?
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Old 10-23-2012, 05:45 PM   #758
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For stock I think 88-92 spurs are best. You want to be able to use a smaller pinion(less rotating mass) on the stock motors for maximum Masami power. I run a 91 at the moment on my BD5, I imagine its still is the same with the BD7.
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FYI a .1 shim underneath the shock pistons eliminates all play also the tini coated shock shafts with the 2 blue o rings and thin spacer make the shocks like butter!
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Lol got it. I went 96/44 and it was ok I'm ordering some 100 spurs. Can the bd7 fit 100/51?
no, it did not fit that is why we are using the bd5's for 17.5 now
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Does anybody know where I can buy a padded pit board?
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Does anybody know where I can buy a padded pit board?
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Does anybody know where I can buy a padded pit board?
i think the loony bin has them.. Oh that's walls not boards.. my bad
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What about some rubber hex wrenches? I want to be very careful.
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What about some rubber hex wrenches? I want to be very careful.
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