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Old 04-17-2007, 02:35 PM   #1
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Default good gearing for a 8x1 motor in pro 3????

i have my pro 3 geared at 108 spur/30 pinion with a 8x1 cobalt 2....its pretty quick, but do any of u have better ideas?

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i have my pro 3 geared at 108 spur/30 pinion with a 8x1 cobalt 2....its pretty quick, but do any of u have better ideas?

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Go with 116/35.
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Go with 116/35.
thats stock gearing......

will i still have low end?
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That gearing was perfect for me, the car kept accelerating. I was running an 8 single, P-94 at 14 degrees. The only other gearing I ran on it was 116/31, for shorter, winding tracks. Other than that, you can go 10 double, D5, fiddle with the timing and run 116/37...SWEET!
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That gearing was perfect for me, the car kept accelerating. I was running an 8 single, P-94 at 14 degrees. The only other gearing I ran on it was 116/31, for shorter, winding tracks. Other than that, you can go 10 double, D5, fiddle with the timing and run 116/37...SWEET!
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