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Old 05-06-2007, 09:43 PM   #2446
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Whats the hot setup for the upcoming Reedy Race in 19t ?

EU or US version and what other details....?
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I just posted the setup I ran today out at BCR today on RCAmerica.com ... I think that something pretty similar to that will wind up being a very good starting point for Reedy!
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Old 05-06-2007, 10:14 PM   #2447
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Thanks Steve....
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Old 05-07-2007, 12:35 AM   #2448
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i plan on starting electric touring on road racing this summer and was looking at the t2 007 rubber spec. is this car too good for a newb like me? how does it compare to a cyclone? or should i stick with something like a ta05-r
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Old 05-07-2007, 02:00 AM   #2449
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If you are new to racing i would probably suggest the Xray T2R. Great car to get into the hobby, great price and is one of the best cars for 540-19t If you want to race mod i would suggest the T2'007. Go Xray, trust me
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Old 05-07-2007, 03:46 AM   #2450
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I would suggest the T2'007, because the T2R will not be produced until end this year. This is caused by high demands for the other models of Xray.

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Old 05-07-2007, 03:21 PM   #2451
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What is the smallest 64p spur that folks are running and what brand? I need to get to about a 4.8-5.0 fdr running ss13.5.
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Old 05-07-2007, 03:28 PM   #2452
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Good luck...I bought a 108 RW spur from Nexusracing. I'm gonna try it tonight to see if it'll work
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Old 05-07-2007, 04:00 PM   #2453
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I can get a 40 on a 112 PRS = 4.76
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I ordered a 104 and 100 rw from nexus. Probably have them in a couple of days. Just hope they work with the motor screw.
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Hey Tom, I use an RW 100/34 on my 007. To use it, you need to take off the spur. Mount up the motor... leaving the motor screw a hair loose so that you can move the motor to set gear mess. Toss the spur back on. Set gear mess and tighten down the visible motor screw. Take out the spur again. Tighten down the other motor screw. And you are set. No need to worry with a Brushless setup. Anyways, 5.00 ratio is a good one for both Rosewood and Durham. At least for me....
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wheres the cheapest place i can get an EU spec t2 007?
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Thanks Jimmy, I figured 5.0 is what I would try to begin with though Mark is running 4.80 supposedly. See you in a couple of weeks.
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does any one know the size of the bearings that come with the x-ray rear blocks???
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Tom, I started with 4.6 (13.5 sintered). It has tons of speed down the back straight at both tracks. But I find 5.0 is more consistant in lap times. I also reset fast lap and track record at Rosewood with the 5.0 final. So you definitely can't go wrong with that ratio. A 5.15 ratio (100/33) will give you just about an even speed down the back straight with a CO27. The CO27 will be just a hair faster at the end of the straight. So I figured adding 1 tooth to a 100/34 would give me back my straight-a-way speed with gobs of torque still. A good compromise while trying to make things somewhat fair for the brushed motors.

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Thanks Jimmy, thats where I will start then. Cant wait.
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