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Old 04-27-2003, 07:16 AM   #16
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What gearing are you using for the monster stock in your evo? And how big a track do you run on? How long is your staight?
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Do you gear the monster stock kind of like you would gear the green machine 3 pro?
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Old 04-27-2003, 01:41 PM   #18
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What gearing are you using for the monster stock in your evo? And how big a track do you run on? How long is your staight?
Hi Jedi,
Its a fairly fast flowing track for the best part with a long back straight. It has a Variable layout... I use 88T Spur and 34T-36T Pinion Mostly..

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is that 64 pitch?????

how bout the dyno tuned core. is that any good.
im planning to get a stock too and our track has a long straight to. it not very tight but alot of turns?

what do you recommend

im using a p2k right now and im using a 81 spur and 30 pinon? should i make any changes to my gearing?
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Wil give it a try. I could not get the monstre stock to run weel at all. Using an evo 3 in a large outdoor track with a 150 foot straight.
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is that 64 pitch?????

how bout the dyno tuned core. is that any good.
im planning to get a stock too and our track has a long straight to. it not very tight but alot of turns?

what do you recommend

im using a p2k right now and im using a 81 spur and 30 pinon? should i make any changes to my gearing?
Hi Calvin,
Using original Tamiya 0.4 Module (metric 64Pitch).
Unfortunately I have no experience with the Orion Core so it would not be appropriate for me to comment.
If your track is a fairly high speed track then try the Monster Stock.
I don't know which chassis you are running so I am not sure if your gearing with the P2K is right or not. Let us know what you are running.

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Wil give it a try. I could not get the monstre stock to run weel at all. Using an evo 3 in a large outdoor track with a 150 foot straight.
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Try the 88Tooth Spur with a 34 or 36 Tooth Pinion. Depending on what the twisty bits are like..

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im running a trf414mII its about the same as a losi i guess or better.

does the motor get hot???

so the monster is the same as a 13 turn which one????



this might be a stupid question but when you guyz say p2k 2 are you saying p2k 2 pro????
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im running a trf414mII its about the same as a losi i guess or better.

does the motor get hot???

so the monster is the same as a 13 turn which one????



this might be a stupid question but when you guyz say p2k 2 are you saying p2k 2 pro????
Calvin start with a rollout of about 34 to 35mm on your 414 when using the monster.
As far as being as fast as a 13 Turn well let me put it into perspective a bit better. My brother was running his TA04R which is a little heavier than my TB EvoII. He is using a Team Orion Chrome Modified motor which is quite well maintained and geared well. My Evo II with Monster Stock Pro was matching him almost inch for inch all around the track and kept up with him in the long straight. My monster was probably looking for another tooth or two on the pinion as it was quite hot at the end of the run.
But certainly in this situation the monster was an even match.

In all honesty I have not tried the new P2K 2 Pro, but the old P2K that I have is an excellent motor with good torque best suited to tighter circuits.

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will the Monster Horsepower Stock Pro be a diffrence with the Monster Horsepower Stock Motor?????

any tricks on testing if your over gearing like touching the motor??

if your using one of those temperature laser guns thing what temperature should it be at?
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Generally if you can't keep your finger on the can for 5 seconds after a run your over gearing.
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the way steevo is gearing does it sound right to you??? its about 2.40 i think

will it damage the motor
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TEST AND SEE,

you will soon find out that we really cant help you for your specfic situation, just get you close.

the "pro" is just trinity's way of saying that the motor was spun up on a dyno, doesnt make any difference. dont get hung up on that.

buy a monster and try it, if it works, great, if not, more knowledge to you. everyone generally has a good feeling about them. as far as gearing, ask at your track.
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the way steevo is gearing does it sound right to you??? its about 2.40 i think

will it damage the motor
Hi Calvin,
I am not sure how you got the figure 2.4 but if you use the rollout figure (34mm to 35mm) that I gave you then that will be a good start. Exact gearing for your track can only be worked out by you. Do you know how to calculate rollout?? If not let us know and we'll show you.

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