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Old 12-13-2017, 06:48 AM
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What gearing would you guys recommend for 13.5 with a Maclan v2?
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What gearing would you guys recommend for 13.5 with a Maclan v2?
Good questions. Thanx for asking
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17mm

guys, do you have slop on akkerman plate? its a step Step 12. Pic 9 from post above
i have just a touch. no more then any other car i have built.
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Originally Posted by MikeGassRacing View Post
What gearing would you guys recommend for 13.5 with a Maclan v2?
High RPM motor or Torque. 13.5 you should be good starting at our around 84/29 or 84/28 unless your motor is a super RPM monster like Tekinís Spec-R 13.5.
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Someone at Yokomo said to fill the diffs to 100% and to leave this screw out.




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IT WAS Shin Adachi

He is a big part of YOKOMO NOW.. He knows ALL!!



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Someone at Yokomo said to fill the diffs to 100% and to leave this screw out.




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so fill the diffs 100%, drop in the other gear so excess is drained out? (saw JQ Racing mention that as well which i do now)
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If you check out Adam Drakes Mugen Seiki video on diffs. That is what I would do. You basically got it already.
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Originally Posted by MikeGassRacing View Post
What gearing would you guys recommend for 13.5 with a Maclan v2?
84 spur, 26 or 27 pinion. Running the same motor as you.
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Originally Posted by Graham11 View Post
what offset wheels does the kit run? can i use my 22-4 wheels?
The hubs are +4 12mm hex front and rear. Not sure if the 22-4 wheels will work but I know t he AE b6 wheels do.
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Originally Posted by dabear View Post
17mm

guys, do you have slop on akkerman plate? its a step Step 12. Pic 9 from post above
I have very little slop.
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Originally Posted by Motorman007 View Post
What is the drive train
2.6?
2.5?
Add what other spurs will work on the buggy?
81 and 78.
Thank you.
I know a guy that's running the AE 75t? spur for 17.5 stock
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I know a guy that's running the AE 75t? spur for 17.5 stock
can you get info on what he did to make it work?
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can you get info on what he did to make it work?
YZ2/4 Facebook group has info. on how to integrate AE spur/Slipper.
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Originally Posted by Norse View Post
YZ2/4 Facebook group has info. on how to integrate AE spur/Slipper.
I did a photo with the information in what you need.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/3207...2341972556817/
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