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Old 10-05-2008, 07:26 AM   #16
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Would a 7.5 or 8.5 have the grunt to clear triples and scream down the straights
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Would a 7.5 or 8.5 have the grunt to clear triples and scream down the straights
I would get a 7.5
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Thanks HEAT.....Novak seems like a very popular setup anything else LRP,CASTLE,TEKIN and TEAM LOSI??? There all around the same $$$$
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Thanks HEAT.....Novak seems like a very popular setup anything else LRP,CASTLE,TEKIN and TEAM LOSI??? There all around the same $$$$
Ive ran Novak for years and like them a lot not that the others are not good but Novak has never done me wrong .
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5.5 is too much motor for any 2wd IMO. For truck a 6.5L might be OK but 8.5 or 7.5 sounds about right. What kind of track are you going to be running on, size, traction?
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5.5 is too much motor for any 2wd IMO. For truck a 6.5L might be OK but 8.5 or 7.5 sounds about right. What kind of track are you going to be running on, size, traction?
what you said. Not to mention that with 6.5 or lower diff life really becomes an issue.
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