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Old 05-17-2007, 08:11 PM   #1
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Default Two Quick Questions

First, what motor do you guys recommend for all out speed. Probably need to go with a brushed motor because they seem to be much cheaper. This is for an oval track that I don't race on but just want to see how fast I can make my TA05 go on it. Right now it's flat out all the way around. I've been running the front as low and soft as possible without scraping and no rear spoiler. Second, how high can I gear the TA05 for max speed. That being the center drive belt pulleys, diff pulleys, and the spur and pinion gears. BTW these cars are a blast to drift but I want to go for outright speed just for fun.
Thanks for any advice,
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