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Old 04-14-2009, 11:47 PM   #1
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would like to ask if what will happen if i install a 48t spur gear on my truggy(Hobao st)the hyper st has 52t spur on it and i just want to try putting the 48t spur,and i wonder if my engine would be really stressed with the 48t?i know the hyper truggy is a bit heavy but i have done some mods to lightened the truck a bit..
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thats a pretty significant drop in gearing for the spur, just try going up a tooth or 2 on the clutch bell
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