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Old 02-20-2006, 06:58 AM   #14986
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thanks for the set up info about gearing i use 75 spur and 20 pinion and the motor gets real hot is there any way to get more speed with out loosing punch like a compromise between high speed and fast aceleration ??
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Old 02-20-2006, 07:04 AM   #14987
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Hi,

if I'm correct that should be a final drive ratio of 8.82. What motor are you using?
Gear the motor so it reached the top speed after 2/3 of the straight.

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Old 02-20-2006, 07:13 AM   #14988
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i am using team brood stock/ trininty monster stock the straight at the track is like a u shape but first part about 25 metres then left turn 90 degrees then 30 meteres 90 degree left turn the 5 meters left 180 degree turn the mods just get to top speed down the longest section they have to back off on the first turn with stock you can mostly drive through the turn in you are alone in traffic you have to back off

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Old 02-20-2006, 07:16 AM   #14989
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Hi,

for the gearing of this motors you have to ask someone other. In Germany the stock guys are using GM motors with a gearing around 5.0.

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Man I tell you guys I love this car! (LCG) But I hate racing electric cars! Most the tracks in our area are small so MOD is out of the question. If you were to sell your NEW LCG with maybe 5 race days on carpet what would you ask for a roller?
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Old 02-23-2006, 07:37 AM   #14991
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how does everyone cut down the rpm ballcups and what part for the dremel do you use. i tried to cut it and the ballcups was not cut even. any ideas or help would be great.
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Old 02-23-2006, 08:12 AM   #14992
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how does everyone cut down the rpm ballcups and what part for the dremel do you use. i tried to cut it and the ballcups was not cut even. any ideas or help would be great.
I use a X-Actoknife instead and a digital caliper to measure the length.
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Man I tell you guys I love this car! (LCG) But I hate racing electric cars! Most the tracks in our area are small so MOD is out of the question. If you were to sell your NEW LCG with maybe 5 race days on carpet what would you ask for a roller?
Why don't you switch to stockmotors? Selling your car so quickly is a wast of money!
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We run stock and well that is BORING! I a nitro kind of guy. There is more to my reasons for selling. One of the faster guys is leaving the State and well it would be even more boring taking turns with another driver. Basically the fun of racing would be going away.
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i was wondering if anyone that had a cgm here would help me with something. i put some 28mm foams on my cgm and they are rubbing against the hub carrier. any suggestions/help would be great
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if you are running jacos, you'll need a .75mm spacer. parma tires will fit w/o a spacer as they are offset about that much more.

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they are actually trc foams. by spacer what do you use?
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they are actually trc foams. by spacer what do you use?
You can use Tamiya spacers they come in assorted sizes. Or you can shave off 1mm using a hobby knife on your tire truer. Spacers would be the way to go.
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any1 have any team suzuki parts? I am in desperate need of a TS-2102 the aluminum Upper Deck mount.
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