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Old 03-22-2007, 04:39 AM   #1
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Default truggy spur gear question???and general truggy conversion.question.

hi there i have a kyosho inferno mp 7.5 kania edition buggy that i have just converted by the ezy way of hub extenders and am having trouble with my gearing whats the best spur gear to have for a truggy? how does 54 tooth sound?

also any one with a truggy chassis for a kanai i would be interested in buying it lmk would the shock towers from the buggy still be ok for the truggy chassis?
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Old 03-22-2007, 09:09 PM   #2
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Look into the ring and pinion gears for the Kyosho STr truggy. I beleive that they are geared 10/43 and that should help you with gearing issues. I know that with my LSP I am geared CB13/spur50, ring50/pinion13.
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