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Old 04-11-2003, 08:14 AM   #661
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i have a novak racer on mine which is pretty big (same case as an HPC, Hammer, Dually...) and it is still possible to tape an xxl (on its side) between it and the servo, I didn't do it cos i thought perhaps there would be to close
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I prefer 64 pitch. A 94 tooth spur is just a tiny bit smaller than the 70 and a 95 is just a tiny bit bigger than the 70.
mo: how close to the bottom of the chassis does your 95tooth spur come? I prefer to run RW spurs whenever I can, but the smallest size I could find was 96tooth, will this still fit the car without extending past the bottom?

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BTW: even after looking at the downloaded directions, I still don't get how they pulled off the spur gear changes without removing the upper deck, think you can explain it? If its too hard to explain with words don't worry about it.
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Old 04-11-2003, 08:44 AM   #663
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you just have to remove the 4 screws of the motor mount, then you have an access to the spur gear screws .
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Old 04-11-2003, 10:17 AM   #664
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Spur gear changing: remove the rear diff case (2 screws), pull out the diff, push out the pins for the shaft drive cup and spur gear hub, pull out rear pinion gear/shaft from rear and lift spur gear/hub up through the top brace. This sounds a little weird, but it really only takes about 1 min. to do. You can probably fit up to a 100t 64 pitch spur, but you will not be able to lift the spur up through the top deck if you go bigger than a 95 or 96.

Darkseid: If you like the RW gears, I know you will like the Xenon Perfect gears. They are just like the RW's, but you can get them in just about any size you want, in single tooth increments. Speedworld Raceway should have all the sizes in stock.
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Darkseid.

I use RW spur gears in 64dp. They make anything from 86 up.

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Johnbull: I was looking at them on SchumacherUSA's website(the only U.S. importer of RW gears) and the lowest 64 pitch gear I saw was 96tooth, so thats what I had my local shop order. That and a 70tooth 48pitch gear(for racing on not so clean tracks ). I really don't have to have a 95 tooth, I just wanted to make sure that the 96tooth would fit. So, since it does, I'm all good in the gearing department now.

mo: thanks for the answer on both topics. I'm sure I would like the Xenon gears, but I figure, why switch from something that I know works well and like. Especially since the RW gears are carried by some of my local shops and are cheaper than Robison's or Kimbrough. Those RW gears are the best I've ever used, so I'll stick with them.
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Johnbull: I was looking at them on SchumacherUSA's website(the only U.S. importer of RW gears) and the lowest 64 pitch gear I saw was 96tooth, so thats what I had my local shop order. That and a 70tooth 48pitch gear(for racing on not so clean tracks ). I really don't have to have a 95 tooth, I just wanted to make sure that the 96tooth would fit. So, since it does, I'm all good in the gearing department now.

mo: thanks for the answer on both topics. I'm sure I would like the Xenon gears, but I figure, why switch from something that I know works well and like. Especially since the RW gears are carried by some of my local shops and are cheaper than Robison's or Kimbrough. Those RW gears are the best I've ever used, so I'll stick with them.

I belive that the Smallest Xenon 64p Spur is 95T...but on the 48p side they go all the way down to 66T Spurs

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I belive that the Smallest Xenon 64p Spur is 95T...but on the 48p side they go all the way down to 66T Spurs

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Possibly the largest you can go is 64p 107T spur. / 47pinion
Just saw a setup on the Rayspeed website with that gearing for 23t stock.
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Just saw a setup on the Rayspeed website with that gearing for 23t stock.
I normally run a 69 Spur for Stock with My 23T's it seems to be the best overall size for stock and modifed on my "CUDA"..but the Yoke' SD seems to have a close final drive to that of the Cuda' 2.35(SD)2.44(CUDA)
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I belive that the Smallest Xenon 64p Spur is 95T...but on the 48p side they go all the way down to 66T Spurs

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87 is the smallest 64P
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87 is the smallest 64P
Man that's a Small Spur

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MO the steering wasn't even hooked up in that picture. It was just hanging there looking like it was hooked to the other side of the horn. But thanks for looking out! I didn't want to install the horn/ball stud til I had the servo centered.

Dark, I have the electronics mounted. I'll post pictures tomorrow night. I have room with my small Futaba Receiver and LRP Competition ESC. Kinda like on my EVO3 but with alittle less room.

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it is rumoured that the ssg SD might really be a limited edition as it is time consuming and expensive to manufacture (hence the delay). so for those who might want to wait and see, you have been warned! we will most likely see the bathtub chassis version pretty soon.
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I've been told by Yokomo USA that the SD SSG car will not be a limited edition kit and the bathtub chassis version will probably be out mid to late summer.
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Guys, FYI
link to the ENGLISH VERSION of the SD manual

http://www.teamyokomo.com/japan/manu...1_manual_e.pdf

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