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Old 07-01-2007, 01:47 AM   #1
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Hi everyone, im looking for an idea on where to gear my xx4 for stock, i'll be using a co27 motor, so im after everyones overall gear ratio if they can be bothered, doesnt matter for what car, for example for xx4, Spur 78, pinion 21 internal ratio 2.3, 78 / 21 x 2.3 = 8.54 overall ratio.

the track is reasonably flowing, basically i figure i can find a middle point, then have a pinion either side of that to cater for how tight or flowing the track is. You can ignore the fact that the xx4 is not quite as efficient as BJ4 etc, im interested in what other types of cars are running too

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Hi minnie

i found a roar stock nats setup http://www.teamlosi.com/pdfs/setups/xx4we/xx4wecb.pdf and the ratio he was running in his xx4 was 22/82 which is an overall ratio of 8.57, hope it helps
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