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Old 01-30-2008, 05:50 PM   #1
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i just bought 3 mambas ......just had enough with novak ...i needed a change

we race a t4

motor size 7700/4600/5700
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buy a whole bunch and see which ones work best

I ran 19t in my B4 with the 5700 and that worked well for speed and temps
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I think you will like the mambas I would recomed that you download the new version of the software off of the castle creations web site. Its smoother than the software that will come with the systems. As far as gearing I would recommend using the 4600 or the 5700 depending on how big of a track your running on. With the 4600 I would say 18-19 and with the 5700 16-17.
Hope this helps I would run them for 2-3 minutes and then check motor temps.

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buy a whole bunch and see which ones work best

I ran 19t in my B4 with the 5700 and that worked well for speed and temps
Yup, get this for $10.99 plus $4 shipping at Tower Hobbies and enjoy.
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I think I've been running a 18t on my 5700/T4. BTW, the 5700 is VERY fast in a T4.... it can pull the front end off the ground even when rolling on the throttle and 50ft down the straight. I pulled my MM out of the truck recently, but with the new software.... I really want to try it again.
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