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Old 05-25-2013, 09:27 AM   #301
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What size are the kit sway/roll bars?
The roll bars and the green (16 lb) springs that are recommended by Martin Hofer come in the kit. Great build, car looks awesome.
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What's the recommended pinion for 17.5 with stock 48p spur?
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Old 05-25-2013, 06:09 PM   #303
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What's the recommended pinion for 17.5 with stock 48p spur?
Boosted or blinky might get you an answer quicker also what size track
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Boosted or blinky might get you an answer quicker also what size track
Blinky and medium indoor carpet
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Old 05-25-2013, 08:56 PM   #305
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Blinky and medium indoor carpet
I'm got the same question just wondering about both blinky and boosted, the local on-road track size is 87x40 with tongue and groove subfloor (just 7 feet shorter than the snowbirds nationals).
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I'm got the same question just wondering about both blinky and boosted, the local on-road track size is 87x40 with tongue and groove subfloor (just 7 feet shorter than the snowbirds nationals).
Every car is the same. Whatever spur and pinion fits and gets you a final drive around 3.7 with a trinity/revtech motor. You may need to go up a tooth from there.

With 48p gears you would need a spur around 66t for 17.5 Blinky.
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Every car is the same. Whatever spur and pinion fits and gets you a final drive around 3.7 with a trinity/revtech motor. You may need to go up a tooth from there.

With 48p gears you would need a spur around 66t for 17.5 Blinky.
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question for you builders... are you wet-sanding the arms/wishbones? Or just the chassis? or all the carbon?
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question for you builders... are you wet-sanding the arms/wishbones? Or just the chassis? or all the carbon?
I did....forgot to do the arms though. Lol
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how about CA?
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how about CA?
No CA. I read somewhere that it won't let it flex like it should.
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No CA. I read somewhere that it won't let it flex like it should.
Correct. - only ca the chassis to stop delamination in a crash
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Correct. - only ca the chassis to stop delamination in a crash
All around?
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