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Old 07-02-2014, 10:44 PM   #346
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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.

Chris, you are funny. I need to visit tamiya soon.
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Will Robinson spurs fit the car?
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Old 07-04-2014, 01:17 AM   #349
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Dear anyone:
Could somebody tell me what gears(48p or 64p) and fdr should use to run on 17.5 blinky class, please?

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Old 07-04-2014, 01:31 AM   #350
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Could somebody tell me what gears(48p or 64p) and fdr should use to run on 17.5 blinky class, please?

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What motor, how big a track?
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Old 07-04-2014, 02:07 AM   #351
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What motor, how big a track?
Hi, not quite sure size, i never be there, but i could should the picture.http://rc-evo.com/xbbs/data/attachme...r9z6bfs1w0.jpg
In fact i didn't have yet car on hands.
About the motor, didn't buy yet, due homologation matter
But could you tell me which maximum spur could reach without touching motor mount, please?

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Old 07-04-2014, 05:53 AM   #352
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Mines in transit, anyone run this chassis in 13.5? If so would appreciate gearing suggestions
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Old 07-04-2014, 07:57 AM   #353
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This car looks very very tempting, but what's with the Tamiya obsession to have a transverse mounted motor in a shaft drive car? I know torque steer reduction will be mentioned but don't most of the Awsomatix drivers use a longitudinal motor mounting and do great with them? Seems to me that adding another 90 deg angle to power transmission negates some of the efficiency advantage that shaft drive offers.

It also pushes the motor mount/motor quite a bit towards the side of the chassit which is the opposite of where TC design has been heading.
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Mines in transit, anyone run this chassis in 13.5? If so would appreciate gearing suggestions
Aim for low 4's with most motors, assuming blinky. High 3's if the track is big. I run a 418 in 13.5T blinky on a rather larger track and run at 3.91 - and the car is no slouch.

Say, 66 spur, 40 pinion as a starter. Just realised the stock spur is also 66! Don't use it with a 48p pinion though, it will eat itself, it's tamiya metric 06 pitch, which is close, but not equal to 48p.

Tamiya don't make an 06 module pinion that is large enough from memory.
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The Evo6 uses normal inner width spurs. An overall thin spur would be ideal. 418/BD7 inner width spurs will need a spacer. For 13.5 on a medium sized track, an 84 spur and 52 pinion will give you a starting point of 4.038 with plenty of room to adjust.

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The Evo6 uses normal inner width spurs. An overall thin spur would be ideal. 418/BD7 inner width spurs will need a spacer. For 13.5 on a medium sized track, an 84 spur and 52 pinion will give you a starting point of 4.038 with plenty of room to adjust.

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How maximum pinion gear could use it?

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How maximum pinion gear could use it?

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Don't know, but I'd imagine that with the design of the mount, anything fits with the right pinion/spur combo. I choose an 84 spur for a range that'll let me use a 17.5 and 13.5. In the picture, you can see there is room in the motor screw slot for bigger pinions.
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Today my Evo 6 ran very smoothly.
Thank you for all the help from my Tamiya fanatic friends to do the set up.
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Today my Evo 6 ran very smoothly.
Thank you for all the help from my Tamiya fanatic friends to do the set up.
Do you still have that Muchmore Legend for sale? Software 1.23D correct? email me at suradajj@gmail.com

Awesome paint btw.

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