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Old 11-24-2007, 01:29 PM   #31
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well......i know ur clutch will be fine and it will not BOG OUT

ur 777 will be useing a 22T on the bell and 47 on the spur right??? well my inferno gt is running ur same diff ratio and im running with ONE motor 25T on the bell and 36T on the spur gear (revo spur gear)

my clutchs have help up fine and the motor does not bog out........yes the motor struggles a little to pul the car from 0-20 MPH (not that bad actually) but from 20 to 75 mph it gets there pretty dam fast

with ur 2 motors trust me ull pull any gear ratio ud like........if u eve wanan rip out the center diff and run a str8 shaft with a small spur gear let me know ill show you how to do it
Just out of interest what is the diameter of the wheels you are using on the inferno gt.
The spur is a 46t on the 777
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Old 11-30-2007, 08:57 AM   #32
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i use OFNA FOAM wheels and there exactly 4 inches tall when new.....
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Old 11-30-2007, 02:17 PM   #33
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i use OFNA FOAM wheels and there exactly 4 inches tall when new.....
Well that would explain a bit why your car can handle such an extreme gear ratio. The wheels i am using are 5 inch.

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yea but its a big plus even tho i loose and inch of tire height the wheels are alot lighter than any rubber wheel.......ud serously notice a big pick up from rubber to foam......try it out jsut make sure u get the BLUE compound those are the hardest and last the longest
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yea but its a big plus even tho i loose and inch of tire height the wheels are alot lighter than any rubber wheel.......ud serously notice a big pick up from rubber to foam......try it out jsut make sure u get the BLUE compound those are the hardest and last the longest
I've never actually used a foam tyre, but i can see how they would make a big difference.The thing i like about rubber is that they balloon, so a tyre starting off at 4.5" at low revs gives you better acceleration, but when the revs and speed pick up the tyre will ballon to aprox 5" to 5.5". This kinda give's you a the same effect of having a 2 speed gearbox if you see what i mean.
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ur 100% right but jsut switching to the foams ull notice how much lighter they are and how much quicker ur car will pic up.......

about the balloning u can make up for that with taller gearing id help you out set it up
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wicked buggy you got there mate.
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