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Old 11-22-2007, 10:23 AM   #31
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That is true but with the given weight of todays layshafts, the effect that it has is very minimal if any. To be honest, The higher layshaft was more of a internal ratio thing. The car needed a huge spur. That can always be adjusted by changing to the IR and spurs we use now.
Tell that to everyone who thinks the only way to build a car is with everything slammed as low as possible.
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Thats because they think it looks faster.
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ding ding ding!!!!

I really liked my old Tamiya 414. Other than being a pain in the ass to work on, I thought that was one of the most balanced car's I've ever run.
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Yeah, that was a kick ass car.
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