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Old 04-17-2003, 07:02 PM   #1
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Anyone know what gearing to run on a medium size, track running a trinity Monster.
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Not sure if the XXX4 instruction manual includes it, but the old Losi manuals would give suggested gearing for their cars, see if yours has anything like that, it is a good starting point.
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I haven't ran a stock motor in my XXX-4 a lot. But seems the fews times I did I was geared about a 92/23 or 22. I would start with a 22 pinion and go from there.

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If its the Revenge then you might try 18/92. If its the original then I agree with Johnb... try a 22... Have fun


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18/92..Thats what I run with a 10x1,I think I would run 22/92,and run trinity red springs on the motor.
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I haven't ran a stock motor in my XXX-4 a lot. But seems the fews times I did I was geared about a 92/23 or 22. I would start with a 22 pinion and go from there.

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what pitch is that 22 pinion...I am using 22 with 48 pitch..is it ok? you guys know where can I downlaod the manual for this buggy?
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