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Old 07-09-2014, 05:57 PM   #1981
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Does it sit flat on the chassis or raised up so it can float?
Its raised up around .75mm. Just enough for the chassis to flex under it.

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Old 07-10-2014, 01:51 PM   #1982
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I'm looking for Spur Gears for my new T4. Which brand fit except the original and have large assortment?

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Old 07-10-2014, 02:56 PM   #1983
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I'm looking for Spur Gears for my new T4. Which brand fit except the original and have large assortment?

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Serpent gears fit, though I found them to be a little out of round.
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Serpent gears fit, though I found them to be a little out of round.
Go to www.teameamotorsports.com. EA carries leespeed and they have a huge variety.
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Old 07-10-2014, 04:04 PM   #1985
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CoreRC make spur gears for XRAY. I think they might be distributed by Schumacher.
They have worked very well for me for the past couple of years. I plan to get a few leespeed gears to try out though. I'm sure they will be great. EA doesn't sell junk.
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In a variation of this theme... who sells spurs that fit that are smaller than the standard 92+ sizes, and are readily available in the US...? And what is the smallest 64p spur that will fit? 90+ is just too big.
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Old 07-10-2014, 05:52 PM   #1987
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In a variation of this theme... who sells spurs that fit that are smaller than the standard 92+ sizes, and are readily available in the US...? And what is the smallest 64p spur that will fit? 90+ is just too big.
Click on the Schumacher link in my post above, LasagnaCat. They have some pretty small spur gears (down to 72t 64p).
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Old 07-10-2014, 06:36 PM   #1988
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In a variation of this theme... who sells spurs that fit that are smaller than the standard 92+ sizes, and are readily available in the US...? And what is the smallest 64p spur that will fit? 90+ is just too big.
The 112 84p leespeed is close to 85 teeth in 64p. Ive been using the 64p stuff in my 1/12 and just received some 84p stuff to try on my T4. Very impressed with the quality!
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Go to www.teameamotorsports.com. EA carries leespeed and they have a huge variety.
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Hey guys, would any of you have a setup I could use for running on a very cold track surface? The track that I'm running at is a concrete surface(although the surface is about to be repainted), and it's the middle of winter.
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Hey guys, would any of you have a setup I could use for running on a very cold track surface? The track that I'm running at is a concrete surface(although the surface is about to be repainted), and it's the middle of winter.
Last orange race, with stock setup and RE25 tyres mine hooked up stupidly well. It would do anything I asked of it and didn't have to fight at any time. If it wasn't for being 2.5 seconds a lap faster than everyone else, so lots of over taking, it was boringly good to drive.
I really don't think you'll need to do much.
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In a variation of this theme... who sells spurs that fit that are smaller than the standard 92+ sizes, and are readily available in the US...? And what is the smallest 64p spur that will fit? 90+ is just too big.
http://www.amain.com/product_info.ph...r-Gear-84T-R10

Fits a T3 and T4 fine with FDR's that work well outside at Leisure Hours.
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For those talking about Leespeed gears thanks for spreading the word!

They are excellent gears and what is on all my cars now. Keven Hebert has also been running them for about a year now. They are truly round and super quiet (Both 64 and 84P). Keven and I both run the 84P stuff but have ran 64 as well. No issues with stripped gears on either one. I have several oval guys that have been running the 84P gears and they really like them too. I have a large order coming in next week hopefully. They were out of 3 pinions and waiting on the production run so they can ship my whole order together.

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Old 07-13-2014, 09:21 PM   #1994
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Quick question... when you guys go to lower the roll center on the T4, do you increase the camber link shims on the tower, or do you (also?) decrease the shims on the hubs?

I ask since the kit setup has 2mm on the front hub and 4mm on the rear hub, and I was wondering if any of you lower those first/too?
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Quick question... when you guys go to lower the roll center on the T4, do you increase the camber link shims on the tower, or do you (also?) decrease the shims on the hubs?

I ask since the kit setup has 2mm on the front hub and 4mm on the rear hub, and I was wondering if any of you lower those first/too?
I assume you mean, when changing roll center inserts at the hinge pins, do I/we change camber link shims too?

No, that would further lower the roll center, and change camber gain at the same time.
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