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Old 03-09-2007, 10:41 AM   #1
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How do you convert 48p to 64p?
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Buy a 64P Spur gear...install it in place of the 48P...buy 64P pinions...install on motor...put motor back in car...done.
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48P divided by 1.5 multiplied by 2 = 64P

64P divided by 2 multiplied by 1.5 =48P
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Old 03-09-2007, 10:50 AM   #4
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48P divided by 1.5 multiplied by 2 = 64P

64P divided by 2 multiplied by 1.5 =48P
thank you all my years in rc i didnt know that
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I'm curious what are you trying to figure?
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I'm curious what are you trying to figure?
I want to change 90t 48p to 64p
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Old 03-09-2007, 11:04 AM   #7
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I want to change 90t 48p to 64p
Mmmmmmmm Are you looking for the same diameter?
That fast-ho-cars Dude Is smart, or been doing it to long. 11 years and I didn't know how to figure that one.
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Mmmmmmmm Are you looking for the same diameter?
That fast-ho-cars Dude Is smart, or been doing it to long. 11 years and I didn't know how to figure that one.
LOL. yes and dont really want to buy 48p pinions
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i like 64 pitch its smooth but 48 is alot more easier to me my 64 p spurs used to chip alot as soon as the motor came off mesh even a bit 48 is a little easier
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i like 64 pitch its smooth but 48 is alot more easier to me my 64 p spurs used to chip alot as soon as the motor came off mesh even a bit 48 is a little easier
I run the 48p to, its more reliable with the torq from the brushless or mod motors. But in stock 64p is the best.
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ok i currently run a 72 spur and 22 or 23 pin in my car i want to go to 64 what spur and pinion should i get i cant get a larger diameter spur than i currently have due to the top deck
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ok i currently run a 72 spur and 22 or 23 pin in my car i want to go to 64 what spur and pinion should i get i cant get a larger diameter spur than i currently have due to the top deck
96t spur, and a 30t pinion. Thanks I was itching to try it.
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Thanks for the help guys
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How do you convert 48p to 64p?
xT / 1.5 x2
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