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Old 08-08-2006, 05:18 AM   #1
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Default Gear ratio for t2 when switching for 48p to 64p

Hi guys i stripped my only 84 tooth (48 pitch) spur gear and all i have now is a 116 tooth 64 pitch spur that came with my car.....and the only 64p pinion i have is a 27tooth......I usually run a 17-18 tooth 48p pinion with my 84 tooth 48p spur.

I will be using my Axiom 27t stock as usual so i was wondering if the 27t (64p) pinion with the 116 tooth (64p) spur will work?

I got the gear ratio for the 27 on 116 and it turns out to be 7.30 so i was wondering if this is within the recommended ratio?
Also i am racing on a track that warrants full throttle 80% of the track.

(Dont tell me about the search function either,i searched heaps and found nothing on T2 gear ratios)

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Old 08-08-2006, 05:21 AM   #2
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I already went to gearchart....thats where i found out the 7.3 ratio of the
27t PINION-166t SPUR

But what i am wondering is if 7.30 is an alright gear ratio for 27turn racing

But thank anyways
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I was told gear ratio on stock motors should be in the range of 6-7.5.

What ratio were you running before?
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84/17 ratio is 8.4 so is nothing like the ratio you have for 64dp.

You will need something like 118/24 to get the same ratio as your 48dp.
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Go To The LHS and Buy A New Spur ?
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Are you racing Carpet Foam, Carpet Rubber, or Asphault Rubber?

What Axiom Motor is it? CO27?

Then I can tell yo more...

Im thinking ur racing rubber cause with teh average 58mm foam tires, that would be 21.69mm rollout and the is super low!
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