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Old 10-31-2011, 05:46 AM
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Originally Posted by macnkitty2002 View Post
I'm at 14/41, should I gear down to 13/41? Or even 13/42?
How did you get a 41T spur?
You can try the 13t pinion and see how it does but that ESC runs hot any ways. I'd put the fan on and not worry about gearing. Do you have the fan?
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Originally Posted by muck View Post
How did you get a 41T spur?
You can try the 13t pinion and see how it does but that ESC runs hot any ways. I'd put the fan on and not worry about gearing. Do you have the fan?
It's probably a 42 tooth and I just miscounted the teeth

I'll try the fan on the ESC.
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Originally Posted by macnkitty2002 View Post
It's probably a 42 tooth and I just miscounted the teeth

I'll try the fan on the ESC.
sounds like a good plan.
If you have the extra $ in the future, get the Mamba Max Pro esc. It is much smoother than the SideWinder with this motor. I am ordering 3s this week to try also... Then i need a new lid...
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I'm at 14/42 with SW 3800/no fan, and the hottest I ever got was 130. That was from doing non stop speed runs for a whole 2s 5000 40c pack. On the track I never break 110. I'm gonna try 15/42 this week,looking for more top end. I was thinking of going up to the 4600 4 pole but I think I might just stay with the 3800.
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Originally Posted by elex300 View Post
I'm at 14/42 with SW 3800/no fan, and the hottest I ever got was 130. That was from doing non stop speed runs for a whole 2s 5000 40c pack. On the track I never break 110. I'm gonna try 15/42 this week,looking for more top end. I was thinking of going up to the 4600 4 pole but I think I might just stay with the 3800.
some have had good luck and others not. I hit 160 geared 13/42. When i rebuilt the diffs and and put the fan on, never over 100. I am at 15/42 now with Blitz wheels..
I'm actually thinking about going to the Novak 550 can 4.5T motor.. I want more speed on 2s...
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Originally Posted by muck View Post
some have had good luck and others not. I hit 160 geared 13/42. When i rebuilt the diffs and and put the fan on, never over 100. I am at 15/42 now with Blitz wheels..
I'm actually thinking about going to the Novak 550 can 4.5T motor.. I want more speed on 2s...
I have 5000 in the front/center and 2000 in the rear. I just ordered a mmp w/ the tekin 4.5 for my 10scte but Im gonna put it in the 10tt first just to see how it works.
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Have anyone run dog bones for front and rear? The stock CV in front always bend and wondering if the dog bone would be better option for front instead of always bending it back.
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strc used to have good cvds..

shock wise i am running

front : 35w, white springs and single hole piston.
rear : 70w, orange springs, stock piston.

packs up the rear real good when jumping good rebound, doesnt squat that much on throttle.

on bumpy tracks hard pack tracks, car tracks well.

ESC: hobbywing xerun 60a..
Motor: hobbywing 4000kv
pinion: 15 going 14. for heat management.
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Originally Posted by .AJ. View Post
ive just ordered a set bearings for my steering on my TT, ill report back with my findings
Thanks.. let me know. Wonder if this is an upgrade worth doing to all my RC cars.
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Some nice shiny bits for my TT



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opinion needed,
Do i go 3s with the MMP and 3800 or find a Novak 4.5 550 can motor and stay 2s in this platform....
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Go with Novak.More torque,less weight (3s vs 2s) and cheaper batteries.
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Originally Posted by muck View Post
opinion needed,
Do i go 3s with the MMP and 3800 or find a Novak 4.5 550 can motor and stay 2s in this platform....
Dont know if you would consider a hobbywing setup?
I use the 2700kv 120a on 3s in mine and that outruns my brothers novak 4.5t 550..
It runs perfect with no heat problems and a 15t pinion

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Depends on the skill and the driving style...
And the truck setup of course.
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Originally Posted by AL3xGR View Post
Depends on the skill and the driving style...
And the truck setup of course.
i bash it so using something for defined for small or technical track is not really needed.
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