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Old 03-11-2005, 02:11 AM   #1
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Arrow gearing help.

i have a little hpi sprint that i use just for bashing around,but soon i want to start using it at the local track which is made up of 2 netball courts

it currently has a orion stock core motor in it (27t) and the gearing is 87/36.i dont know if this is right for the motor.it gets very hot and its not hard to smoke it! (how do i fix the motor after that???) what gearing would you guys recomend for a 27t motor on a tight and twisty track?

also i have just purchased a 15x2 motor that i'll use to bash around in too.what gearing would be recomended for that one?i'm not concerned about top speed,more about acceleration

thanks for your help
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Old 03-11-2005, 02:18 AM   #2
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i think its best to consult your maunal for proper gearing, but your best bet is to go to the local track and ask them for recommendation, because every tracks it different and for you to get the best gear its best to ask the people who go there often.
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