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Old 02-23-2003, 10:27 PM   #1
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Anybody have a clue on gearing for the xxx4 running stock spur and a monster horsepower pro stock motor, any sugestions? For a fairly quick open, loamy track and also for a tight clay track. thanks
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I haven't ran a stock motor in my XXX4 very much. But I did run a couple batteries on a larger outdoor track and a 24 tooth pinion was pretty close. I probably could have went up to 25.
BTW, the stock spur gear in 92 tooth.
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