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  1. Zao18
    01-14-2012 03:50 PM - permalink
    Zao18
    You want the mesh basically as tight as you can set it, without it feeling too tight when you push your car. Believe me, you will feel it if it's too tight. There is a way to check it using a strip of paper. You pass a strip of paper between the spur and pinion gear, and the paper should come out with the strip crinkled from the teeth, but not torn. If it doesn't have very clearly defined crinkles, it's too loose. If the teeth puncture through the paper, the mesh is too tight. You adjust the mesh by sliding the engine from side to side, once you loosen the 4 screws on the bottom of the chassis that hold the motor mounts.

    The way I check my mesh is I set it as tight as I can without the rotation feeling tight or binding. I then gently turn the spur gear with my finger, and watch to make sure there is no excessive wiggle or delay of the pinion gear turning when I move that spur gear.
  2. okla_elite_RC
    01-07-2012 01:59 PM - permalink
    okla_elite_RC
    Hey! I am the guy the posted about the spur gear for the 810! Thanks for the help i just order 3 cheap ones just to get the engine broken in good then ill up grade to metal! How do i check the mesh of the spur gear! and how to i tight it or loosen it thank you so much for your help!

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    Hotbodies D8T, Hitec 7955TG servos, "Clocked" Werks B5 w/ 2013 pipe, M2C 4-shoe clutch
    Losi 810 buggy (converted Ten T), M2C Racing clutch, Hitec 7955TG servos, 125cc fuel tank
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