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Old 11-10-2009, 02:32 AM   #1
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i was just wondering are most racing truggies single speed or 2 speed?

Is it hard to change a single speed to a 2 speed?

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If you are going to race leave it single speed, And yes most truggies come in single anyway.
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If you are going to race leave it single speed, And yes most truggies come in single anyway.
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Its not that hard to convert in to 2 speed but as yuppi1 said its best to leave it as single speed.
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If you are going to race leave it single speed, And yes most truggies come in single anyway.
cheers thats whats in my car but wasnt sure if that what poeple race with
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cheers thats whats in my car but wasnt sure if that what poeple race with
Class rules for Truggy is single-speed.
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There's no reason to have a 2 speed trans in a truggy. 1 speed is pleanty even on large tracks.
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