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Old 04-20-2012, 09:39 PM   #1
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wht is the best tekin redline for mod sc racing in a f sc10. from what i have found most commonly used is 8.5-10.5 range. i dont know what the difference is though.
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I use the Tekin 10.5 Redline motor. In my oppinion you don't need any more motor. I have the current limiter set at 40% and the slipper nut currently set to the stock position and this thing still pulls wheelies down the straightaway even with the slipper slipping.

If you go with a more powerful motor, you really wont be able to use any more of its power. Spinning tires looks faster, but your laptimes won't lie.

The difference between the motors is the higher the number ie:10.5 isn't as powerful as a lower number turn motor ie:9.5-8.5-7.5 ect.
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