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Old 06-03-2019, 06:29 PM
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Does anybody know of a car kit or part that is essentially a belt pulley of say 15-38T that directly connects to a brushless motor like a standard pinion gear?

This is for a side project I have in mind where there would not be a any gear meshing in between any pinion and spur, rather a direct belt pinion motor to spur diff.
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Check out sites that focus on drifting, or hobby robotics places.
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Check out sites that focus on drifting, or hobby robotics places.
Oh yea, thanks, i found something that I could use, not exactly what I wanted, but may work

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15T at Servo City

https://www.servocity.com/15-tooth-pinion-pulleys
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Yokomo and Hyperdrive used to have motor pulleys, ypu may be able to find some in the bay or on here. I may have one or two Hyperdrive motor pulleys. I will let you know in the morning.
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Originally Posted by belewis01 View Post
while yes that is exactly what I am looking for, it is 1.25 diameter, so its not gonna fit a 1/10 scale rc car, nor be able to drive a rc car belt. Still, pretty cool site.
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This is what I have, these are for a 540sized motor shaft



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Check out sites that focus on drifting, or hobby robotics places.
What he said^. Some of the drifting guys used to do this. Said to run real quiet.
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Drift forums are the way... But please keep in mind you will have to invert the position of the motor or use a ESC with CW/CCW option in it...
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Look at FingerTech robotics, they have aluminum pulleys that fit 1/8" shafts. Buy a few though, some of them can be very unbalanced.
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