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Old 02-23-2011, 03:38 PM   #1
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Default how to gear a b44.1 for a 13.5

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http://www.comeseethis.com/gearing/Default.aspx is great for a general idea.

The site claims a 7:1 overall ratio. I like to run a higher ratio in my stuff than what the site claims.

You may have to change your gearing to track conditions/size.
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also what esc,timing no timing
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How long is a piece of string....
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How long is a piece of string....
As long as anyone wants to make it!

(I see what you did there...)
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yes timing advance esc is a havoc pro sc
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When running advance, boost, whatnot you definitely want to add to your ratio.

IE bigger spur/smaller pinion.

2-3 teeth less on the pinion is a good start.
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thanks gizmo
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