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Old 08-19-2008, 03:10 PM   #1
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Default XXX-T Super Stock Truck Gearing 10.5?

What's a good gearing range for a xxx-t 10.5 novak? 82/21 feels good overall. Am I missing a better gearing set up? Let me know.

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Too low!....go up about 3 or 4 teeth on the pinion. Monitor the temps if you can after about 5 minutes....I run 24 tooth in 100 deg heat with no issues at all....Our track races are 8 minutes. In fact I am sure I could go up another few if I wanted to.
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I have the SS 8.5 in my B4 and it is geared 23/81 and that is still too low.
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Too low!....go up about 3 or 4 teeth on the pinion. Monitor the temps if you can after about 5 minutes....I run 24 tooth in 100 deg heat with no issues at all....Our track races are 8 minutes. In fact I am sure I could go up another few if I wanted to.
Wow, up 3 or 4 teeth! I'll pick up some bigger pinions tomorrow. What spur gear are you running with the 24 tooth? thx
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30/82 flies and doesn't thermal in 90+ degree outdoor use from what I've seen. I have to pick up a 30 because I'm currently running 24/82 and not breaking 140 on the motor. Plenty left.
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Wow , I didn`t know you could gear them up that high . I`ll have my T CR tomorrow with a 10.5 and glad I looked into this thread .
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I tried 82/21 the other night and seemed good . I`ll try moving up on the pinion next week .
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