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Old 02-05-2008, 07:32 PM   #1
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Default Roll Out - 13.5 vs 27t

I'm looking for some info for a couple of our new On-Road racers...

We've gone from 27t Brushed to 13.5 Brushless for our On-Road Touring cars.

This is asphalt/rubber tire racing...fairly technical track.

What should these guys be looking at for Roll-Outs with the B/L vs the Brushed 27t's.

(Someplace close would be a good amount of help)
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Start at 4.0 FDR and go from there. Just watch the motor temps
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40mm should put you in the ballpark, give or take a bit. I think I end up somewhere around 42mm with mine using LiPo, and on carpet. If you guys are running NiMH, you might start around 39 and work it around from there.
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i ran a 27mm rollout with a monster stock and went up to a 40mm rollout with the novak 13.5 and it was right on
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Thanks guys - I will pass this info on this weekend... It should prove very helpful!~
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Start at 4.0 FDR and go from there. Just watch the motor temps
Disregard my previous post...I thought you were asking for 17.5 info....my bad
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