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Old 04-24-2004, 07:34 AM
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Originally posted by ongbenghui
Becareful with thread lock. Some thread lock will melt plastic.
Read instruction on the thread lock before use.
Have had no problem with Yoke plastic or Graphite material.

You don't need any thread lock with the new lightweight kingpins. They elimiate the problem of comming loose, as long as you don't overtighten the screws. Each screw has a sleeve and it makes sure that the screw goes in perfectly straight each time, there is no binding.
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Old 04-24-2004, 07:36 AM
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Alright I got a new host. I think I have everything running. Go check my site for Tosilini's carpet nats setup.

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Hi, we are currently setting up a sort of database for setups. may we link to your file or can we download it and host it on our site????

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Old 04-24-2004, 07:52 AM
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Post Internal ratio

can somebody pleasee tell me the internal ratio for the belt driven MR-4tc Special

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Old 04-24-2004, 08:05 AM
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Old 04-24-2004, 08:14 AM
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Originally posted by AzNDRAGster
Just to make sure, can a 122t 64p gear fit on the SD? Oh yea, its a Kimbrough one.
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Why do you need a 122 tooth spur. I run 8 turn motors with 104 spur and 26 pinion, which is 9.4 to 1.

It should be plenty, unless you're running 6 turn motors or something as outrageous.

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Whoops, typo 112 tooth spur, I have a bunch of 64p pinions that I want to use again, 35t is my kinda in the middle one so I can gear up or down. And I'm aiming at a ratio of 7.5 anyway. So a 112 tooth spur is perfect.
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I don't think 112 x 35 will fit.

I suspect the motor won't move enough, but I may be wrong.
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Originally posted by Matt Howard
I think that's a little too big. I don't remember exactly what the biggest spur gear size you can fit on the car is but I "think" it was between 110-115
good run yesterday. We're headed to speedworld in about a hour to practice somemore on a real track..... Their layout was cool but the traction was terrible. Good luck next weekend.
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Originally posted by STLNLST
good run yesterday. We're headed to speedworld in about a hour to practice somemore on a real track..... Their layout was cool but the traction was terrible. Good luck next weekend.
STLNLST, Thanks for that Reedy 19T motor, Alex set the track record with it during qualifying yesterday. It was fast.
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Yeah I dont mind If you use my sheets. Either download them or else just link them to my host. Maybe you could add a link on your site to mine or sumthing.

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STLNLST, Thanks for that Reedy 19T motor, Alex set the track record with it during qualifying yesterday. It was fast.
Just remember to tell people that it's an Integy motor since some people think they sell crap. Those were Integy motors and batteries that you saw at the track today that were ahead of a Reedy driver.. C-ya next weekend.
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Originally posted by STLNLST
Just remember to tell people that it's an Integy motor since some people think they sell crap. Those were Integy motors and batteries that you saw at the track today that were ahead of a Reedy driver.. C-ya next weekend.
Hey Sorry I missed practice today, I woke up kinda late... Are you guys gonna practice anytime during the week?
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Hey Sorry I missed practice today, I woke up kinda late... Are you guys gonna practice anytime during the week?
my work schedule won't allow me too but you missed out. We all got our cars dialed. The Schuie turned some heads today and it was pretty nice to get positive feed back for a change. See you next weekend.
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my work schedule won't allow me too but you missed out. We all got our cars dialed. The Schuie turned some heads today and it was pretty nice to get positive feed back for a change. See you next weekend.
So what's the hot setup for the Reedy quad mag motor? hook a brotha up.
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Originally posted by STLNLST
Just remember to tell people that it's an Integy motor since some people think they sell crap. Those were Integy motors and batteries that you saw at the track today that were ahead of a Reedy driver.. C-ya next weekend.
Yeah, it was crap or you wouldn't have given it to me. After I worked a little magic on it, it came to life.
Hey everybody has been ahead of that guy more than once.
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