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NEED HELP WITTH ROLLOUTS PLEASE

Old 04-01-2007, 12:34 AM
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HI GUYS,

I NEED SOME SUGGESTIONS FOR STOCK AND 19 TURN ROLLOUTS I RUN 62MM RUBBER TIRES.

I AM USING A P2K IN STOCK AT THE MOMENT I ALSO HAVE TWO MOTORS WHICH HAVE A CHROME CAN DON'T KNOW WHAT BRAND THEY ARE.

IN 19 TURN I AM RUNNING A INTEGY V 10R.

ALSO WHAT COLOUR SPRINGS SHOULD I RAN.

IN ADVANCE THANKS FOR LOOKING/ADVISE.

REGARDS

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For rollouts...

www.gearchart.com is tops.
For which 19T on rubber tires that is a toss up. Komoto Dragon or Cheakpoint Money motor.
On the KD I like F brushes with either purple + red - or purple purple.
Hope that helps.
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I USE GEARCHART BUT I WAS LOOKING FOR SUGGESTIONS OF WERE TO START WITH THE GEAR RATIO.
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HELP PLEASE
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Firstly turn off caps.

Secondly, if you can provide us with details of what you are doing, racing, drifting etc, then what size track you are going racing at, then we can help.

Without knowing these sorts of details no one can help you out that much as we would only be taking guesses.

As a general rule start stock about 27mm rollout and 19t about 24mm, depending on the track this can change significantly.
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Sorry may i ask what is rollout? i am new and dun really understand wat it means.
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Originally Posted by hoppie
Sorry may i ask what is rollout? i am new and dun really understand wat it means.
The distance your car travels for every rotation of the motor.

Example - a car with a 28mm rollout, for each revolution of the motor, the car/tires roll 28mm
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http://www.stmcc.com.au/index1.htm

Here is some pictures of our track. Have a look it might help a little.
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Originally Posted by 16skyline
http://www.stmcc.com.au/index1.htm

Here is some pictures of our track. Have a look it might help a little.
By the looks of the lap times, try about a 32mm rollout in stock and see how that goes for you, For the 19 try around a 25 and see how it comes off the track after 5mins
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Thanks, but I don't know what the other guy's are doing still winning verry easy.
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Originally Posted by 16skyline
Thanks, but I don't know what the other guy's are doing still winning verry easy.

Ask one of the fast guys what their rollout is, if you bring us that figure we can help you out.

If you ask for help they should be more than willing to help you.


Also if they are faster than you on the straight while you are killing them in the corners you need to use a bigger pinion, if it is the other way around use a smaller one
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That is the problem no one will help!!!!!

They are much quicker on the straights (about 8-10 car lengths) put I am not even cathing them through the corners.

I am running a team brood komondo in 19 turn 78 spur 23 pinion 48 pitch (final drive is 7.63, roll out of 25.53) in a trf415 with TA05 diffs.

In stock I am running a team brood (it is a black can motor not sure of make)
72 spur 26 pinon (final drive 6.23 roll out 31.26) again trf415 with tA05 diffs.

Both cars run 62mm rubbers on asphalt, does anyone have any suggestions?
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Originally Posted by 16skyline
http://www.stmcc.com.au/index1.htm

Here is some pictures of our track. Have a look it might help a little.
ask the guys(girls) at your track what they are running. maybe even have one of the "fast" guys drive your car if you want.. and they can give you an opinion on how your car is compared to theirs.

rollout all depends too on your battery and motor setup. each little thing changes the characteristics of how your car handles, so... start with what one of the fast guys at your track is running, and adjust to your style.
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That is the problem no one will help!!!!!

They are much quicker on the straights (about 8-10 car lengths) put I am not even cathing them through the corners.

I am running a team brood komondo in 19 turn 78 spur 23 pinion 48 pitch (final drive is 7.63, roll out of 25.53) in a trf415 with TA05 diffs.

In stock I am running a team brood (it is a black can motor not sure of make)
72 spur 26 pinon (final drive 6.23 roll out 31.26) again trf415 with tA05 diffs.

Both cars run 62mm rubbers on asphalt, does anyone have any suggestions?
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Originally Posted by 16skyline
That is the problem no one will help!!!!!

They are much quicker on the straights (about 8-10 car lengths) put I am not even cathing them through the corners.

I am running a team brood komondo in 19 turn 78 spur 23 pinion 48 pitch (final drive is 7.63, roll out of 25.53) in a trf415 with TA05 diffs.

In stock I am running a team brood (it is a black can motor not sure of make)
72 spur 26 pinon (final drive 6.23 roll out 31.26) again trf415 with tA05 diffs.

Both cars run 62mm rubbers on asphalt, does anyone have any suggestions?
no one will help? hmmm... even if you ask nicely and go "excuse me mate, but i am new to rc'ing and i have this car, what is the best gearing and or rollout you can suggest?"

what about the track owner? they usually can point you to someone who can help you...

hmmmm...
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