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Old 12-26-2006, 01:29 PM   #1336
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I ran into a little challenge with the stock 116t spur, I believe a 35t pinion was as large as I could go.. So, I'd recommend a 112t spur for the smaller tire sizes..
Same here. The 112t spur allows you the range from running a high torque motor (Checkpoint), almost all the way down to high rpm mod motors. Keep in mind that the high torque or stock motor gearing will move the motor all the way forward. It will be opposite for the high rpm motors with the motor being moved to the rear.
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Same here. The 112t spur allows you the range from running a high torque motor (Checkpoint), almost all the way down to high rpm mod motors. Keep in mind that the high torque or stock motor gearing will move the motor all the way forward. It will be opposite for the high rpm motors with the motor being moved to the rear.
I went even smaller. 108.
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Old 12-26-2006, 01:40 PM   #1338
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Got my 007 in the mail today.
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Old 12-26-2006, 01:45 PM   #1339
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Clint, what pinion and spur are you runnng with the 4.5?
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Clint, what pinion and spur are you runnng with the 4.5?
116 WITH THE 4.5. i CAN'T REMEMBER THE PINION BUT i DON'T STRAY TOO FAR FROM 11.1 FINAL DRIVE RATIO. I WILL PUT THE 118 ON AFTER I SLIGHTLY DREMEL THE BACK GRAPHITE BRACE. THE 118 RUBS A LITTLE ON IT. I LIKE THE BIGGER SPURS FOR THE 4.5 AND 3.5 AND THE LITTLE ONE'S FOR THE 4300.
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Old 12-26-2006, 07:55 PM   #1341
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where are the blank 007 setup sheet available for downloading ?
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Old 12-26-2006, 08:54 PM   #1342
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All of the documentation is available for download on www.teamxray.com in the 'Homepage -> T2'007 -> Downloads' area...

Here is a Direct link
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Old 12-26-2006, 10:55 PM   #1343
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What servo is best choice for the T2 007? Is it the Futaba 9550?

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What servo is best choice for the T2 007? Is it the Futuba 9550?
I run the 9550 in mine with great success. Its perfect for a TC.
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I run the 9550 in mine with great success. Its perfect for a TC.
Same here. You can't beat the 9550 for size and a smooth feel. However, if you want a more 'edgy' feel, then the new KO low profile servo (not sure of the model) would suit you better.
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Old 12-27-2006, 09:46 AM   #1346
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I am debating between the Futaba-9550 and the KO-2413 also. The way I look at it, I switch my servos, ESC, and receiver over to my offroad stuff. Wether it be Nitro or Electric. I think I should keep full size servos in a 8th Buggy/Truggy.
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Old 12-27-2006, 10:00 AM   #1347
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Ben:

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I have both. I really like the KO better. I have two of them and they are both in my 007's. I tried the 9550 and took it out. (it's in one of my TA-05's now). the 2413 seems smoother overall. the speed is about the same.....I think. I don't have the specs on the 9550 but even my son likes the KO and he's never happy with any servo.....there all to slow for him!!!!!!!

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2413 is 118 oz in at .10
9550 is 83oz in at .11

The extra torque would be nice
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I tried the 9550 and felt the tq was lacking. Switched to the KO and very happy, plenty of speed and tq and the less weight is nice over a full size.
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I tried the 9550 and felt the tq was lacking. Switched to the KO and very happy, plenty of speed and tq and the less weight is nice over a full size.

I had the exact same result and followed suit. I had a 9550 in 2 different cars (T2's).
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