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Old 12-30-2006, 01:16 PM   #31
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for me and yok bd, the 13.5 likes a tall spur gear 112, pinion is a 40 final ratio is a 5.6, i have the upgrade rotor installed. temp is 125 degrees, but we are running 8 minute heats and mains. i did try higher ratios, lap times were the same but the temp went up. hope this helps.
Sounds Good! Turtlemaster Thanks! I would try maybe down to 35t pinion and work my way up!
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I have anovak speed control so do i still use #3?
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Old 12-30-2006, 04:57 PM   #33
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I have anovak speed control so do i still use #3?
if you have the GTB yes use #3
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Old 12-30-2006, 06:28 PM   #34
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Old 12-30-2006, 06:55 PM   #35
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Sounds Good! Turtlemaster Thanks! I would try maybe down to 35t pinion and work my way up!
i assume your gonna be racing at norcal seeing how your sig says union city. mid 5's should be fine for thier track, both of them. i haven't ran there just visited over thanksgivin, (i grew up in fremont).
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racing freak you running rubber or foam?
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I'm curious what track conditions you guys are racing in to have to gear the motor that hard. I got 130-150 degree temps out of the motor running the same ratio I'd use on a CO27 stocker. Track temp was 120, running Sorex 36 rubber on a medium technical asphalt circuit.

To give you an idea, most guys running the 5.5 Systems ran at 14/87
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I run 4300 foam. #3 is deffinitly the best with 13.5 and foam.
I would run a higher min drive% if running rubber on carpet. #1 or a custom program.
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nexxus I'm running carpet indoors. Probably small compared to outdoors. That is the big factor when on the net its hard to put visual on the layout.
Generally a 29mm to 32mm roll out depending on layout.
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Run 5.2 at NorCal with the 13.5. If you need any help while you are there just ask for Art.

(edit) with the sintered rotor...

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Yes well, we can't use foam tyres here for club racing, even on Carpet you need to run rubber tyres.
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i assume your gonna be racing at norcal seeing how your sig says union city. mid 5's should be fine for thier track, both of them. i haven't ran there just visited over thanksgivin, (i grew up in fremont).
Yes I'll be racing at Norcal... And I ran it today and dayum! this motor is freakin' fast! runnin' it with 112/35 and the motor is not even hot just warm so, I guess i could gear up more for top end with that kind of track.. whatcha think?
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Run 5.2 at NorCal with the 13.5. If you need any help while you are there just ask for Art.

(edit) with the sintered rotor...

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Fo sho! Art... What days do you usually race/practice?
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Fo sho! Art... What days do you usually race/practice?
You will see me at NorCal on every race day. Most times I am there practicing on Sunday also. Unfortunately right now I am at work so I can't make it. Next week is the North West Carpet Champs at Stockton RC so most of us (the crew) will be in Stockton. After that....any weekend I should be there!

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