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Old 07-24-2006, 05:59 PM   #16
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On average, the 3.5 needs to be down 1-3 teeth from the 4.5 under the same conditions.

Get your dremel out, time to open up them motor slots...

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Oh damn... you're kidding Charlie.. don't be saying things like that.

Marcos. - got any idea what the smallest pin size that is compatible with the 110 is? My car is packed away at the moment without easy access. After i broke the topdeck, i'm still waiting for parts. I'm having bathroom work done so half my place is sealed up!
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On average, the 3.5 needs to be down 1-3 teeth from the 4.5 under the same conditions.

Get your dremel out, time to open up them motor slots...

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I already done that!!! I can run up to 11.65 FDR on the Cyclone with the 110 spur
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Oh damn... you're kidding Charlie.. don't be saying things like that.

Marcos. - got any idea what the smallest pin size that is compatible with the 110 is? My car is packed away at the moment without easy access. After i broke the topdeck, i'm still waiting for parts. I'm having bathroom work done so half my place is sealed up!
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Old 07-24-2006, 07:44 PM   #20
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Dremel?!

I think I can still fit a larger spur on the 415...I'm running a 106/26 on my 415 now with the 4.5R...
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On average, the 3.5 needs to be down 1-3 teeth from the 4.5 under the same conditions.

Get your dremel out, time to open up them motor slots...

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NAH-Just put a bigger spur gear on and let it hang below the chassis!!!
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NAH-Just put a bigger spur gear on and let it hang below the chassis!!!

And crash the spur upon bottoming out...

Anyway,I'm with you...Just a bigger sppur will do...
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NAH-Just put a bigger spur gear on and let it hang below the chassis!!!
Im working on a different layshaft pulley from 16 to 15 to change the transmision ratio from 2.4375 to a 2.6 and also to a 2.7857 ,Im just waiting for my belts to be made (front and rear) and that should solve the problem for the 3.5 or even the 2.5
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Sounds like hard work... where are you sourcing the parts?!
or are you machining them yourself? and the belts?
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I would have to say that, judging by the speed of the 4.5, the 3.5 is going to be the equivalent of a HOT 6x1. I honestly can't see any use for it in TC unless it's a friggin huge outdoor track. I think the peeps that are going to get the most use out of it are the 4 cell oval guys...

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Thanks for the reply. Anyway, that would be freakin fast when used on TC.

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Sounds like hard work... where are you sourcing the parts?!
or are you machining them yourself? and the belts?
pulleys I got are from different cars to try out, belts are been made by Gates belt , if the prototype works I may come up with a conversion kit.
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Sounds like hard work... where are you sourcing the parts?!
or are you machining them yourself? and the belts?
also you can do it the getto way and raise the layshaft with a piece of lexan under the layshaft bearing and then place a shim under the top brace to hold the layshaft in.that should give you enough clearance to run a bigger spur 110 or 112
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I've seen Steve running this for some time at SoCal. It's fast. I'd say a very fast 7x1. Very quick out of the corners and very fast on the straight. And quiet too compared to most brushed motors.
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Will the new sintered rotor work in the 4300 (w/upgraded endbell) and 13.5?
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