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Old 05-28-2010, 12:53 PM   #1
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Default Slash 2wd 13.5t Brushless motor gearing

Can anybody tell me what gearing to use for a 2wd Slash with a 13.5t motor?
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Can anybody tell me what gearing to use for a 2wd Slash with a 13.5t motor?
Start At 23/86
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Thats to much gearing to start with. I run 19/86. I got enough speed and acceleration. It depends on your track and turns and jumps.
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I dont know how accurate this may be but i use this tool as my guide

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I dont know how accurate this may be but i use this tool as my guide

Interactive gearing table
According to this i should use 27/86. Actually that was in line with what I was thinking.
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According to this i should use 27/86. Actually that was in line with what I was thinking.
I ran mine 25/86 on a smaller indoor track and it was plenty fast. After 7 minutes the motor starts to warm up pretty good though so if you go with a 27 keep checking your temps
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Depending on track layout I use either 25 or 26 pinoin on the 86 tooth spur. Using a novac SS and MMP with conservative timing advance motor temps are about 140 after a 6 minute race.
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