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Old 05-08-2008, 09:55 PM   #691
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syber serulean: considering that the motor was faster in my TC i would assume that it would be even more of an advantage in 2wd car or truck.

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how is it as far as torque goes compared to the co27 since that seems to be the dominant motor for 2wd truck applications?
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Hey Patrick,

Try checking the XRAY web site and start with my set up from the Nats or Ralphs from the Winter Nats race this year..that is the basic set up we all seem to start with at every track these days..with very few changes for personal feel of the car to our driving styles..

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syber serulean: I remember it having good torque, If you get one you may have to gear it a bit different than the CO27 but when you get it right it should be a faster all around motor.
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Hi Paul,

Do you know when the mystery stock will be on the ROAR Approved motor list ?
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B4: sorry for the delay on the responce, i answered on the other thread. Thanks
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syber serulean: I remember it having good torque, If you get one you may have to gear it a bit different than the CO27 but when you get it right it should be a faster all around motor.
how many teeth would i need to adjust from a good co27 geared setup?

maybe drop like 2 teetih like with the monster vs. co27? It says its a higher RPM motor so dropping a tooth or two seems right...
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syber serulean: im not really sure to be honest, it should be very close but you will have to test it.
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Hey when are you ever going to come out to Jefferson Speedway with Turd to watch me race. Or am I guna have to get a sedan and show you how to put some laps down. haha.
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Oh My Gawd!! I betcha paul will still be fast in it
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Prodirt19: hey Kyle, thats awesome. i definately want to come watch you race. Thanks
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Prodirt19: hey Kyle, thats awesome. i definately want to come watch you race. Thanks
you gonna have room on the ride for some BN RACING sticker's???
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Hi Paul,

I have a car that has decent high speed steering and ok turning into corners. problem is when exiting corner (applying power) the car is loose and will do a 360 if not careful on the throttle. running double one ways and 23T motor.

tried a lot of things, nothing works (except putting weight on front, helped a little). thanks again in advance.

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I can't imagine why a rear one-way would kill rear traction when you hit the power while cornering.
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I can't imagine why a rear one-way would kill rear traction when you hit the power while cornering.
No diff action both wheels lock good straight line not so good coming out of corners.

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