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Old 09-01-2006, 05:48 AM   #856
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what magnet zapper do you use i was thinking of getting one for myself?
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Old 09-01-2006, 06:33 AM   #857
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what magnet zapper do you use i was thinking of getting one for myself?

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Old 09-01-2006, 09:24 AM   #858
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Hi.

Waiting for my Atlas motor, have been searching the web for a suggestions of how low the Atlas can be geared withouth burning up. Is it wise to ge below 6.3? I have seen ppl go as low as 4.8, but I have no idea how hot it runs!

Please give me some suggestions.

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Old 09-01-2006, 01:25 PM   #859
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Hellwheels - Assuming you're running rubber tires, you can gear a blue can Atlas really aggressive. It has a TON of punch right out of the corner, I've run an Axiom Atlas on the dirt oval and On-Road. On a dirt oval with a 240ft line I geared at a 5.50, for on-road on my local track which is 125 x 65 I ran a 5.72. It really depends on your track size, but I would say 5.70 to 6.00 would be a good place to start
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Dave,
I will be ordering a couple Komodo 19t's when you get them back in stock along with replenishing my stock brush supply to get ready for the Indoor Champs.

How do you recommend tuning and gearing the komodo for touring car?

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Komodos are in stock. Does it show different on the site? I dont see it on my end?


I am not up on Gearing for Sedan or I would help out.
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Old 09-01-2006, 06:19 PM   #862
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Site shows Komodos out of stock

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Fixed. Thanks Dayton..
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I will be ordering a couple Komodo 19t's when you get them back in stock along with replenishing my stock brush supply to get ready for the Indoor Champs.

How do you recommend tuning and gearing the komodo for touring car?

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What touring car?
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Old 09-01-2006, 07:43 PM   #865
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T2
116 64p spur
56.5mm tires
track is 77x35 ft, flow is pretty good.

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Not too sure about a T2, sorry. Try the T2 thread. They'll help you.
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1armed1 - start with a 32t pinion and got up or down from there
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Thanks for the info guys!

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Hellwheels - Assuming you're running rubber tires, you can gear a blue can Atlas really aggressive. It has a TON of punch right out of the corner, I've run an Axiom Atlas on the dirt oval and On-Road. On a dirt oval with a 240ft line I geared at a 5.50, for on-road on my local track which is 125 x 65 I ran a 5.72. It really depends on your track size, but I would say 5.70 to 6.00 would be a good place to start
Thanks, I will start the gearing around 5.9 or so.

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Old 09-04-2006, 01:27 AM   #870
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Got my motors today, that was damn fast.

Thanks Axiom!

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