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Old 06-20-2006, 02:32 PM   #1
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i need a gearing for my mf2. i have a checkpoint 19 turn motor. i have the 86 tooth spur gear. the red one. whenever i go it does wheelies. reminder i have a 20t pinion.

it seems like there is no top end. my motor gets realy hot.
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go back to the stock spur gear and get a 17 tooth pinion..try that
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86 is the stock spur gear. i run the 86/17 combo with my monster stock and it has great bottom and top end, I wouldn't think that would work with a 19 turn.
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oh really? i thought 72 was stock..maybe thats just the bk2..or im not thinking straight

btw, i prefer low gearing than high gearing..i guess thats just for my driving style
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well when i had an mf1 i ran a 23/86 with a reedy 19t. and i am pretty sure you gear up the mf2 one tooth from a mf1
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Is this for full packs or for racing (i.e. 5 minute heats)

For racing, the MF2 operator i know uses a 24tooth on his 19t
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yes im racing, qualifiers are 6 mins where im at. ill try the 23
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Stock Spur on MFE2 is 86.
BK2 is 78

Checkpoint 19 turn in MFE2.
86/22-24.Depends on the size of the track and if the infield is FLOWING or tight and changes direction alot.

Play with all 3 in practice and see which one you like best.For BEST results have someone time your laps or if your track has Personal Transponder times.

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