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Gearing a Neo 1 Brushless w/ 415MSX

Old 04-26-2007, 04:17 PM
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So I'm confused as to what the ideal gearing is for my brushless motor. Any of you local Socal Tamiya guys can chime in if you're familiar with this motor. I ran a 102 spur, and a 40 pinion...which gave me a final drive ratio of about 5.57. My car felt REALLY slow in the 19T mode on my LRP Sphere Brushless ESC.

Any suggestions? Note: I was practicing at the Tamiya racetrack in Aliso Viejo with the brushless, since some of you might be familiar with the track size/layout.
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Old 04-26-2007, 05:04 PM
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I was using a Neo 4 star and the Sphere comp esc combo at the Tamiya track to practice 19T. The manual said you have to gear at something like 9.x internal ratio, so I used a 22T pinion with a 102T spur on a 415. To make it like a 19T speed, I have to turn down the throttle end point to about 80% of full throttle. The Sphere Comp esc dont have the 19T mode.
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Old 04-26-2007, 05:51 PM
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LOL....I already asked you. =P

Hey, what class are you running in the "fun race"? I'll be there this Saturday with Mike and Sunday as well.

I'm going to be like Scott Speed....DNF.
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Old 04-26-2007, 06:21 PM
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I kind of guess it was you but want to verify. I won't be there this Sat but Sunday I will probably run GT1. Even you guys are going so it will be lots of people on Sunday, probably will be like a regional race.
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