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Old 12-19-2012, 12:15 AM   #556
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for the rear of the car is there specific 1 piece blocks that uses the inner mounting holes for the RF hinge pins without rear belt rubbing?

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Old 12-19-2012, 02:32 PM   #557
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Default Setup for Asphalt tight slow and very bumby

Hey people half way the built of my TCXX.

Some issues

Front upper belt tensioner does not allign 100% with the belt has to modify it in order to get it aligned.

Was lucky enought that my TCXX came with an extra manual sheet with setup tips from the PROs and also a new setup by Andy Moore for asphalt.

Should i start with the stock setup found in the manual or the updated Andy one?

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Old 12-19-2012, 06:00 PM   #558
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Still nothing new about monobloc servo fixation?

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Old 12-19-2012, 06:01 PM   #559
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Default Drive Ratio Pinion Issue

Another problem cropped up

Our club suggest to run a ratio of 4.2 which mean i need a pinion of around 50teeth.

A 40 teeth can be squezzed in just right but how the hell am i going to fit a 50 teeth????

Please help
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Another problem cropped up

Our club suggest to run a ratio of 4.2 which mean i need a pinion of around 50teeth.

A 40 teeth can be squezzed in just right but how the hell am i going to fit a 50 teeth????

Please help
you have to change the spur.

96 / 44 x 1.95 = 4.255555

what are you running 13.5 or 17.5
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Hey people half way the built of my TCXX.

Some issues

Front upper belt tensioner does not allign 100% with the belt has to modify it in order to get it aligned.


what did you do? re-shim?
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Old 12-20-2012, 06:46 AM   #562
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what did you do? re-shim?
Yes removed the inside screw by a 1mm I beleive spacer.
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you have to change the spur.

96 / 44 x 1.95 = 4.255555

what are you running 13.5 or 17.5
We run 10.5 but with lots of chicanes.

What brand does certain spur gears thy fits TCXX?

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We run 10.5 but with lots of chicanes.

What brand does certain spur gears thy fits TCXX?

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i put on Xenon white spur gear without a problem.
I am sure there are others..which will work.
just not remember thin spur gear.

i am pretty sure RW will work also.
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you have to change the spur.

96 / 44 x 1.95 = 4.255555

what are you running 13.5 or 17.5
The max pinion i managed to fit is a 40t with the stock spur.
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The max pinion i managed to fit is a 40t with the stock spur.
As stated before....change the spur.
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As stated before....change the spur.
So a 44 pinion with a 96 spur will 100% fit?
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So a 44 pinion with a 96 spur will 100% fit?
yes.

don't assume that one setting will work for every track and every kind of layout.

you're best going with the spur gear that will give you the biggest range of gear combos - so while 96t might work, you might not be able to get a huge range of gearing...so you might have to consider going to smaller then 96t

honestly, a lot of times its trial and error - even after asking in a fourm..

check out here - http://www.gearchart.com/ - to build your own chart...try a couple of different pinions in the charts to see which gives you the biggest range...
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yes.

don't assume that one setting will work for every track and every kind of layout.

you're best going with the spur gear that will give you the biggest range of gear combos - so while 96t might work, you might not be able to get a huge range of gearing...so you might have to consider going to smaller then 96t

honestly, a lot of times its trial and error - even after asking in a fourm..

check out here - http://www.gearchart.com/ - to build your own chart...try a couple of different pinions in the charts to see which gives you the biggest range...
Thanks for the above, i will try some combos going from 4.10 to 4.30

From what can you tell that you are running a good gear ratio on track?

A frined of mine told me to watch for motor temp.

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