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Old 04-21-2004, 12:30 PM   #1
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Hi just a basic question of what stock and mod motors and what gearing they use, maybe a little info about track size and/or surface.
any info about buggy, truck and 4wd would help us out im sure
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Are you looking for advice on which motors to use, and how to gear them? Or information for a specific motor and car?
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I just asking in general not specific. just want to see what guys are using for motors and gear for the motors. doesnt matter what buggy/truck as long as they say what one
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Losi XXX BK Stock Orion core 82/21
Losi XX4 Stock Orion core 84/20
Small/Med track,Hard packed surface, plenty of punch in the Infield, Still working on Driving tho
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XXX BK...MHP 18-82
fairly small, tight, high bite, indoor.
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XXX-T truck a P2K2 with 18/86.

XXX KE -> Monster with 18/82 or a BK2 with 19/82

I don't ever really change gearing from track to track.
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Old 04-22-2004, 02:05 PM   #7
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Thanks these are some great , starting points for people to try
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