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Old 06-30-2014, 12:21 PM   #331
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First run EVO 6 at Tamiya Raceway today with 17.5T.
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First run EVO 6 at Tamiya Raceway today with 17.5T.
How much timing are you putting into the X20?


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I saw it only the bit, I found it.
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[QUOTE=cplus;13371382]How much timing are you putting into the X20?

The X20 is different with the X12 using a dot on the insert. On the X20 they have a numbers, the highest timing is 37.5 is on flat position, that what I use for now.
You can go more by flipping the timing insert to the opposite way. To get more timing.
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Yeah I've got a 13.5T X20. Running at 37.5 as well.

Being blinky I think that is pretty mild still.
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Guys what spur and pinion are you using for stock ?
With a 2.5 internal, spur would have to be quite small ?
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Guys what spur and pinion are you using for stock ?
With a 2.5 internal, spur would have to be quite small ?
Getting close that you would have to under drive it
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Guys what spur and pinion are you using for stock ?
With a 2.5 internal, spur would have to be quite small ?
You need to use a thin spur gear, otherwise it will touched the motor mounting, for 17.5 you can use a 76/50 or 78/51 = FDR 3.8
That's what I have in my car.
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That would be 48p?
What brand spurs and pinion do you use? I've never seen as high as 50t pinions?
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That would be 48p?
What brand spurs and pinion do you use? I've never seen as high as 50t pinions?
I have crc pinions that I use for tc blinky racing that's way over 50.

Also check out panaracer at rsd, beamcat, crc, prs,

Referring to 64 pitch that is.
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That would be 48p?
What brand spurs and pinion do you use? I've never seen as high as 50t pinions?
Is a 64p, if you can get RW brand at AU that is a perfect size of spur.
If you never seen a 50T pinion, I don't know what to say.
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I got lucky and got one from tower.
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Mine was delivered yesterday.
Looks sexy :-)
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Are there other brands "spur gear holder #13458130" Modified it?
because the spur gear holder inside ball bearing can't to remove
and have a little wobbly
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Nice to know about this car,its really awesome in technology.i check it out you submitted blog and about a detail sketch of this electric car.I love to see all this and its very helpful to arrange the parts and made a new one.
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