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Old 08-25-2010, 02:08 PM
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Apparently, the 87T spur is the only option right now? I plan to run a 6.5 motor so, according to the gearing chart, I need to run a 21T pinion. Says ideal FDR is 10:1.
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Is it possible to run ae or losi pistons in the rango???
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Old 08-25-2010, 02:12 PM
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Originally Posted by Shirk
Is it possible to run ae or losi pistons in the rango???
I plan to suit up some Losi #55 pistons and see how they work--used them in both my B4 & T4 and are buttery smooth. I need to measure the diameters so I do not know the answer just yet . . .
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Old 08-25-2010, 02:16 PM
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Originally Posted by dangerwr
I plan to suit up some Losi #55 pistons and see how they work--used them in both my B4 & T4 and are buttery smooth. I need to measure the diameters so I do not know the answer just yet . . .
Let us know, because I'm looking to get a rango and this would help with my decision..
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Originally Posted by Shirk
Let us know, because I'm looking to get a rango and this would help with my decision..
Will do! Grapejuice might actually know. I will likely get it figured out tonight . . .
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Guys you can always make your own 55's. Ca glue the old holes shut and drill new ones.

I'm running a 6.5 in my 410 and fell a 19 tooth for most indoor tracks is ideal. Tekin Redline 6.5 with a 12.5 Hi torq rotor.
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Old 08-25-2010, 02:22 PM
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Ya the comeseethis site is pretty good...but I also think gearing is relative tot he track. "Ideal" may not be ideal for every track size. but according to the site 21-22 should hit the spot...as for me the 20 was running crazy hot. Ill try 22 first
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Originally Posted by Randy_Pike
Guys you can always make your own 55's. Ca glue the old holes shut and drill new ones.

I'm running a 6.5 in my 410 and fell a 19 tooth for most indoor tracks is ideal. Tekin Redline 6.5 with a 12.5 Hi torq rotor.
Thanks for the heads up! I was originally thinking 19 or 20T pinion on the 6.5 motor. What company makes bland pistions you can drill? I know Losi has them for 8th scale stuff . . .
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Originally Posted by Randy_Pike
Guys you can always make your own 55's. Ca glue the old holes shut and drill new ones.

I'm running a 6.5 in my 410 and fell a 19 tooth for most indoor tracks is ideal. Tekin Redline 6.5 with a 12.5 Hi torq rotor.
Why do that when you could just throw in a piston, its less work than ca'ing and drilling...
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Originally Posted by Shirk
Why do that when you could just throw in a piston, its less work than ca'ing and drilling...
I am with you! I will stop by the track tonight and get some Losi pistons to see if they fit correctly. They make another size for 10mm shocks too . . .

http://www.amainhobbies.com/advanced...osi+55+pistons
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Originally Posted by dangerwr
I am with you! I will stop by the track tonight and get some Losi pistons to see if they fit correctly. They make another size for 10mm shocks too . . .

http://www.amainhobbies.com/advanced...osi+55+pistons
Are the 10mm's for smaller shocks or bigger???
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Originally Posted by Shirk
Are the 10mm's for smaller shocks or bigger???
I have no earthly idea! Looks like on-road? I will try and find out tonight . . .
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Originally Posted by dangerwr
Thanks for the heads up! I was originally thinking 19 or 20T pinion on the 6.5 motor. What company makes bland pistions you can drill? I know Losi has them for 8th scale stuff . . .
Its gonna run way too hot with those pinions. Trust me Ive tried the 20 and it wasnt right.
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Originally Posted by tonyv2382
Its gonna run way too hot with those pinions. Trust me Ive tried the 20 and it wasnt right.
So bigger? 23t or something??
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