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Old 07-31-2006, 01:08 PM   #1
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For those who are running FK04 foam with internal ratio of 1.77 you could use this.

Do a print of this calc and no more calc needed everything that the tire are getting down.

Any comment, let me know

PS: I'm pretty new to foam so I think it will be good for me and for people that don't have access to a PC during a day race or practice.
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Hey maxime - you can try this one as well...

I created a cheatsheet on one page that will give you the calculations to find xx.xx roll out as well as what pinion is needed to make xx.xx roll-out (if someone says "the roll out is 29.8"

I've sent this over to xray - so hey, I might be famous one day and it get printed in xray's materials
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Hey maxime - you can try this one as well...

I created a cheatsheet on one page that will give you the calculations to find xx.xx roll out as well as what pinion is needed to make xx.xx roll-out (if someone says "the roll out is 29.8"

I've sent this over to xray - so hey, I might be famous one day and it get printed in xray's materials
It would be easier to just use this web site www.gearchart.com
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It would be easier to just use this web site www.gearchart.com
That's fine, but the one I did is adjustable whereas the gearchart one isn't - at least once you got it on paper
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