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Old 07-29-2007, 05:47 PM   #1
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Default Gearing

Right so, I figured its about time I modified my TT-01...Gearing...

I used gearchart to figure out that I wanted a car that could do 35 kmh with the stock setup in terms of motors and ESCs and all that but different spurs/pinions...Of all the combinations I saw, 61/27 seemed the most promosing with a higher gear ratio than any other combination, thus meaning less engine wear, but the top speed is the same none the less....

I wanted to know what other tt-01 owners are running, whether its a stock motor, or modified, but im more interested in the stock ones as I have the stock 540 type motor...I wasn't sure if this wa sa noob question...since I know what I am talking about..but blah?


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