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Old 04-28-2016, 05:59 AM   #781
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so,is there any hb/hpi modified team drivers left or they all gone...?
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Old 04-28-2016, 02:42 PM   #782
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All the factory on-road guys have left. Just the regular sponsored guys left for on-road.
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Old 05-04-2016, 09:04 PM   #783
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Hi All,

I'm looking at gear ratio of around 3.6
I received detail changing to a 48P set up with around 71/40 would be easier? Not sure I should change.
With the 116 spur that would be a 65 pinion. Do I change to 110 spur with 62 pinion? Are there any other lower tooth spurs available that will fit from other suppliers?
Its for my little one running a 21.5T motor until he gets the feel then changing to 13.5T.

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X-ray is what I have on my car currently. MST delrin 48p wil also work, if you can find. I'm sure there are other brands that will work.
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Old 05-04-2016, 11:09 PM   #785
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So your saying 48P is better to use than 64P?
Is there less/more acceleration speed with 48P? Better top end?

I found RWracing in UK that supply same parts.
Wide choice of spur and pinion for both 48P / 64P
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Old 05-04-2016, 11:19 PM   #786
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Hi All,

I'm looking at gear ratio of around 3.6
I received detail changing to a 48P set up with around 71/40 would be easier? Not sure I should change.
With the 116 spur that would be a 65 pinion. Do I change to 110 spur with 62 pinion? Are there any other lower tooth spurs available that will fit from other suppliers?
Its for my little one running a 21.5T motor until he gets the feel then changing to 13.5T.

Thanks
You will have better luck finding 64p Spurs many manufacturers make them.
Xenon, panaracer Kawada and many more
Try to find something around 96T
96/53 would give you a FDR of 3.62.
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Thanks for info.
I'll stick with 64P.
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Hi All,

I'm looking at gear ratio of around 3.6
I received detail changing to a 48P set up with around 71/40 would be easier? Not sure I should change.
With the 116 spur that would be a 65 pinion. Do I change to 110 spur with 62 pinion? Are there any other lower tooth spurs available that will fit from other suppliers?
Its for my little one running a 21.5T motor until he gets the feel then changing to 13.5T.

Thanks
You can use 50-52 pinion and 94 spur gear in 64p module..
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Old 05-24-2016, 06:34 AM   #789
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Hi,

I was just wondering if the pro 5 shocks are the same as the HB TCXX short shocks that came in the 2014 upgrade package?

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Hmm HB Pro 5 wouldn't that make it a shaft driven car, Pro4 was the best car I ever owned
Picked one up off eBay dressed in pink for the wife & she loved it once I fitted a d-box. For some strange reason she won't let me have a go, she's left handed so is her Tx & I'm right handed.
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Now hpi got bought out, hopefully parts supply improves like they stated.
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is this really gonna happen?
I hope the PRO5 - 16 comes with parts.
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Hpi was just bought out by ripmax, so hopefully they can get things turned around and improve parts supply.
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