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Old 09-05-2008, 07:26 AM   #1
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Im looking at trying out the 17.5 in my B44. I was wondering what gearing i should try to aim for. As in spur and pinion?
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You need to be around 6.0 FDR. With the Stock 84T-spur, you will need a 35T-pinion.

I think you will have problems clearing jumps unless you are running LiPo to reduce mass.
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You actually need to be closer to 5.0:1 FDR in a buggy, depending on what motor you run.
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